Past Cambridge Event: VOL 14

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VOL 14

March 06, 2018
@ Espresso Library

The first PechaKucha Cambridge of 2018.

You know what to expect!


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An obsession with arts, hearts & buildings

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Andrea Cockerton believes people are capable of more than they think. Buildings can be differently beautiful when used unexpectedly. Colliding these together through the arts is what drives her.

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Small moments of light (which create beauty)

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Claire Rose presents a walk on the wild side...with light. 

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Equality Through Unity

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

After experiencing meeting, interviewing, collaborating, and working with some inspiring individuals in Japan, Hamid Shahi decided to reach out to his friends to initiate a global collaborative community with other amazing creative people who are interested in joining together and contributing to projects in pursuit of a higher purpose. At Unify Design Art, we believe everyone is creative and we think of designers and artists as people who exhibit the attitude, approach and abilities of forward thinking. We believe that creators around the globe can support and inspire each other to make positive change in their local communities. For us it’s not a question of thinking or doing, but what to think about and how to do it through unified systems and strategies. 

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Cambridge - Light & Reflections

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Jean-Luc Benazet shares how light and reflections will alter the perception we have of even the most familiar sights... photography IS light. Reflect on that.

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My Big Adventure

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Jo Twiselton's story is about her big adventure and the life-long lessons going to live in another country taught her.

Don't underestimate the power of adventure. 

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Interactions between Arctic glaciers and fjords

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Seb Baucutt presents one of the highlights of research conducted by ocean physicists at the University of Cambridge. It is a small piece of work that allows a better understanding of how the Arctic is melting, and provides new measurement techniques to aid and protect research scientists in some of the most dangerous areas of the Arctic Circle.

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves

@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Charlotte Ashley-Roberts presents: Limiting beliefs - what they are, how to identify them and break the cycle so we can achieve our goals.

Hamid Shahi
Founding Partner, Architectural Designer , Unify Design Art in Toronto
Claire ROSE
Consultant, in Cambs
Andrea Cockerton
Director, We Are Sound & House of Cambridge in Cambridge
Seb Baucutt
Student, University of Cambridge in Cambridge
Jo Twiselton
Change consultant, Twist Consultants
Charlotte Ashley-Roberts
Careers and Transitions Coach, Your Time To Grow in St Neots
Jean-Luc Benazet
Photographer, Self employed in Cambridge