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Activating new audiences, hearing new voices
BY HOLLY CHAPPELL
@ VOL 30
ON MAR 15, 2017
After an experimental theatre performance, Holly Chappell-Eason and Tom Eason shares their vision for Christchurch to be the innovative theatre capital of New Zealand. They are determined to support theatre practitioners, educate young creatives and challenge how much a show reflects or deals with the lives of the audience and their city.
BY ADELE BATES
@ VOL 10
ON JUN 21, 2018
Adele Bates gives us an insight into being locked in a room full of teenagers and the surprising amount of engagement that grew when questions they actually want to know were anwered. Bates shows us the amount of interest teenagers can have when it comes to learning despite their negative stereotypes. Adele's unique outlook on education and youths challenges us to see children -our future- as a vast amount of knowledge and opportunity rather than burdons or misifits.
BY JONATHAN EATO
@ VOL 17
ON OCT 30, 2018
Site specific', 'promenade performance' and 'immersive theatre' are terms liberally sprinkled through arts marketing materials, with varying relationships to the actuality. How about an 'immersive roast potato pop-up experience' anyone? You think Jonathan Eato is joking...
But whether it's the latest show from the internationally acclaimed Punchdrunk theatre company, or a well-known oven chip manufacturer jumping on the bandwagon, there are a number of common questions that experience makers are confronted with. Why are audiences being asked to move around? (aka what's wrong with a comfy theatre seat?) How can we move audiences without resorting to sat-nav type instructions or relying on unpredictable wanderlust? And once audiences are out of their seats, what's the pay off?
Jonathan (sound designer for Hannah Bruce & Company) will attempt to answer some of these questions, and make the case for resonance and reverberation as key tools in the immersive experience.
Phantom of the Rest Home
Travel with Jed Wolf through his journey in finding his audience. Jed was always a performer but couldn't connect witih traditional audiences. An unfortunate experience of having to put his mother into a rest home resulted in the fortune of findind an audience that Jed could finally reach and enjoy.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
It Was Just a Matter of Time
This is one that we just found now, but dates back to Vancouver's PechaKucha Night Vol. 5, held back in March of last year. Below, an explanation from the PKN Vancouver organizers about what you are seeing pictured above. As PKN continues to grow and sell out shows are now the norm, we wanted to take advantage of this captive audience and share some of our own thoughts on Vancouver. "It was just a matter of time" is part art piece, part pep talk, reminding Vancouverites to look inward and see the people and places that are making our city a global leader rather than rely on our past identity. Our audience at PKN Volume 5 responded whole heartedly and we were able to capture this moment in time.
PKN Okayama Vol. 3
Okayama held its third PechaKucha Night earlier this month, and here's a peek at what looked like a crowded event filled with a rather attentive audience.
4000 at PKN Tel Aviv Vol. 11
We'll have a proper report on the event up on the blog this week, but in the meantime, here's a piece from the Jerusalem Post on the amazing PechaKucha Night that was held earlier this month in Tel Aviv (Vol. 11), which attracted an audience of 4000.
PKN Fresno Vol. 14's PechaKucha Mix
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CREVlBcwVyQ One of the best things about PechaKucha Nights is that each city does it slightly different -- we actively don't like to give too many directions to new organizers, as we prefer seeing how they approach it -- and one of the things that Fresno has been doing is an "Audience Participation" presentation, in which they put together 20 images, and then invite audience members to come to the stage and adlib as the presentation runs. We loved the idea, and suggested that other cities try it out as well -- we did it for the first time in Tokyo last week, and it was a huge hit. The video above was recorded at last week's PKN Fresno Vol. 14 -- part of Global Cities Week -- and shows off the city's latest "PechaKucha Mix," as we're now calling it.
NYT Gives PechaKucha the Thumbs-Up
The New York Times has a post dedicated to making your thoughts more organized and succinct. In the article, the PechaKucha 20x20 format is used as the primary method to go about doing so: Make sure you speak loudly and slowly. Make eye contact with the audience. Your goal is to keep your audience interested by reporting the interesting information you have learned, but also by maintaining a conversational tone as you explain it. Check out the full write-up here.
We recently shared news of Chengdu's first PechaKucha Night, and we couldn't help but share the photo you see from last week's Vol. 2 -- despite rain hitting during the final presentation, the audience stayed until the end.
PechaKucha LLW vol.2 -- coming soon...
Great news: We're in the process of securing a venue for PechaKucha LLW vol.2! Stay tuned for updates Above: PechaKucha LLW vol.1 -- our excellent audience
Attention all Travellers!
Interest in both travel and photography is growing across Pakistan. PechaKucha Night 'Travel Diaries' brings these two together. If you have travelled to any of Pakistan’s breathtaking deserts, mountains, valleys or beaches or explored its myriad-faced cultural heritage or archeological wonders, dig out the pictures folders from your trips and get ready to present! The live audience are the people of Islamabad and the virtual audience will be anyone and everyone across Pakistan who visits the Kuch Khaas page or the PechaKucha Islamabad city page. Show them the beauty that Pakistan is! Send in your ideas and a few sample images on firstname.lastname@example.org latest by 7th February 2018 for a chance to share your travel diaries with the world!
PechaKucha Night Townsville VOL. 18
A wonderful audience and brilliant speakers at PechaKucha Night Townsville's VOL. 18!