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Julia Zyubyairova

Artist in Tokyo

Through Craft to Art

PRESENTED ON SEP 11, 2019
IN TOKYO @ VOL 166

Julia Zyubyairova realizes her artistic vision through various mediums and artforms, such as graphics, collage, and even dolls, the latter of which she’ll focus on in her upcoming PechaKucha presentation. She’ll elaborate on creating characters and combining modern methods and traditional techniques of Japanese masters to achieve a unique result.

Juliaはメディアやアートを通して、自分の芸術観を磨き続ける。絵だったり、コラージュだったり。ときには人形も作る彼女に、新しいキャラクターの生み出し方、モダンと伝統の組み合わせ方など、彼女のオリジナリティの秘密を教えてもらおう

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Dolls and Plants

BY LINDA SPÅMAN
@ VOL 2 ON MAY 18, 2012

Linda Spåman shares her passion for art and contemporary gardening, and as you'll see in her presentation, she finds a way to combine both.
(in Swedish)

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Soap Making 101

BY RACHEL BRUCH
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 29, 2015

Rachel Bruch explains her do-it-yourself method of soaps and other products of Sang Run Soaps! She goes into depth on how she got started and where her business has taken her.

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Lialka-motanka as an Amulet for the Soul

BY ELENA NAZARENKO
@ VOL 1 ON MAR 20, 2016

Lialka-motanka – is a traditional doll made by winding layer upon layer of cloth without sewing. It is a symbol of well-being and woman wisdom. Elena Nazarenko's story is about using dolls in a therapy and curing the soul.  

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The Agave Plant and the Art of Craft Spirits

BY LOU BANK
@ VOL 38 ON JUN 07, 2016

"There is only one true craft spirits movement. It is in Mexico, and it started hundreds of years ago."

In The Agave Plant and the Art of Craft Spirits from PechaKucha Night Chicago Vol. 38Lou Bank explains the practice of making craft spirits and how he's leveraging this to revitalize small Mexican communities with the Agave plant.

"This was PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, August 5th, 2016. 

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The Puppeteer

BY LINDA FRYER
@ VOL 11 ON SEP 29, 2016

Linda Fryer tells us about her journey into the wonderful world of doll making, which has taken her all over the world. She discusses recycling, learning your craft, encounters between humans and trolls, and a lucky meeting in a toilet! 

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Processes of Making: Ideas and Risk-taking

BY ANDREW MACKENZIE
@ VOL 3 ON AUG 31, 2016

"Process is more important than outcome."

In Processes of Making: Ideas and Risk-taking at PechaKucha Night Galashiels, Vol. 4, Andrew Mackenzie presents his most recent exhibition pieces as he walks through his laborious yet captivating creative process. 

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017.

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The Art and Science of Craft Confectionery

BY PAT SANTUCCI
@ VOL 30 ON FEB 23, 2017

"This is really where it started for me, in the land of pure imagination."

Creativity can be found everywhere! Even in candy! In "The Art and Science of Craft Confectionery" for PechaKucha Night Dayton Vol. 30, Pat Santucci dives into the little known art and science of craft Confectionery showing us that beautifully-crafted candies are possible even from a home kitchen. From hard candy to buttered fudge, Pat gets us right in our sweet tooth. 

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Cerita Cemprut

BY APHRODITA WIBOWO
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 28, 2017

Indie crafter Cerita Cemprut loves to make a dolls or plushies present to us a several concept of her masterpieces. Every dolls that she created have a their own story, each one of them.

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The Necessity of Creativity

BY HILARY JEAN TAPPER
@ VOL 38 ON NOV 08, 2018

Hilary Jean Tapper is an illustrator and dollmaker, and currently undertaking a formal study of the therapeutic nature of art and creativity. Throughout her youth, she received numerous awards for her films on mindfulness and self-discovery, which led to further opportunities of leadership and presenting to youth nationally and globally. At 19 she was brought to India for filming her first documentary on women and devotional yoga, and she presented the film on tour of the USA and Europe. She undertook her Bachelor in Hindu Theology, which is where she found her passion for the transformation of the self through the arts. In this Pechakucha, Hilary shares her story of losing and rediscovering her creativity, and her journey towards a deeper understanding of how powerful, necessary and available creativity is for all of us.