いわゆる陰の存在として表だって語られること のなかったトイレを「業種を問わず集客を大きく左右する大切な場所」と捉え、 技術をもって快適なアメニティ空間をプロデュ ースしている瀬古浩史（Hiroshi Seko）さん。
朝日放送「探偵!ナイトスクープ」でも紹介され るほどクリエイティブな瀬古さんの視点を、 ペチャクチャナイトで楽しく共有します!
"The choice isn't about science and are, it's about living and not living."
In "Curiosity without Limits: Play, Art and a T. rex Named Sue" from PechaKucha Night Batavia Vol. 2, Álvaro Amat works at the Field Museum of Natural History, where Sue, the world-famous Tyrannosaurus rex, is the star of a collection of some 30 million objects. His experience collaborating with the Field Museum’s scientists in the creation of exhibitions that inspire curiosity led him to combine art and science in spontaneous explorations and experiments with his son, Nicolas. As an artist, educator, and parent, Álvaro attempts to create an in-between space of curiosity and wonder to break the barriers between reason and imagination for the integral formation of a more complete, creative, and happy individual.
Since 2011, Erica Roffe has run a publishing and cultural events company that proves that Bedford definitely isn't sh*t. She tells us about the pride she has for her hometown and why that has inspired her to collaborate with other residents to build a thriving creative community.
In 'Parenting the sh@t out of life!', Anna Whitehouse, or Mother Pukka tells us about her successes and failures of being a person who just happens to be a parent.
Anna calls on everyone to push boundaries, challenge the status quo, and encourages all parents to also parent the sh@t out of their lives too!
It wasn't until Rayven Holmes was out of school that she discovered on her own that history also included amazing black women, and not just the old white guys that were in the school history books. Here is a small collection of those amazing black women, and why we need to get them included in the history books.