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Oct 27, 2009
Nambour Civic Centre
Jul 27, 2010
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Jun 14, 2011
Coolum Civic Centre
Oct 15, 2011
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Mar 25, 2013
The Imperial Hotel, Eumundi
Apr 05, 2017
May 18, 2017
Bexhill-on-Sea @ De La Warr Pavilion
All Criticism\\All Design – a Constellation
BY HUBERT MATT
@ VOL 4
ON FEB 27, 2014
Hubert Matt, philosopher, artist and lecturer of University of Applied Sciences, Vorarlberg’s field »Arts & Science« explores the relationship between criticism and design. He gives us a glimpse behind the complex term criticism and it’s various forms in the field of design. (In German)
Christchurch Costal Pathway
BY MEGAN WRAIGHT
@ VOL 18
ON MAR 27, 2014
Megan Wraight talks about the creation of the Christchurch costal pathway. A community initiated progam, the costal pathway will provide better connectivity, improve ecological health for the environment and meet the recreational needs of the community. It is an exciting architectural structure that will hold the cultural identity of Christchurch and be enjoyed for many generations.
BY MELISSA MCGILL
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 31, 2015
Melissa McGill's Constellation is a large-scale sculptural installation installed around the ruins of Bannerman’s Castle on Pollepel Island in the section of the Hudson River that passes through Hudson Highlands State Park. Every evening, as the sun goes down, starry lights will emerge one by one with the stars of the night sky, creating a new constellation and connecting past and present through this inspiring light-based public art project.
Hyperloop - Your Everyday Roller Coaster
BY DAVID CHEW VEE KUAN
@ PECHAKUCHA NIGHT SPECIAL X MINI @ BMW GROUP TOKYO BAY
ON JUL 20, 2016
"He said, 'Young man, just try to do it!'"
In Hyperloop - Your Everyday Roller Coaster from PechaKucha Night Special x MINI @ BMW Group Tokyo Bay, David Chew Vee Kuan shares how he and a team of students is trying to build the prototype of a futuristic transportation system called the Hyperloop. They are bringing their micro version of Hyperloop to compete with other teams from the US and Europe in Space X HQ, LA this October.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, August 12th, 2016.
Restoring a coastal wetland or “how to turn a swamp into a wetland”
BY MIKE NICHOLAS
@ VOL 14
ON FEB 09, 2017
Ex CSIRO, Mike Nicholas continues work with Mungalla Aboriginal Corporation outside Ingham to make their country healthy. This work is ground breaking, award winning and, improviing Great Barrier Reef water quality.
My Roller-Coaster Ride On Social Media
BY CHRISTELLE MAIGNAN
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 05, 2017
Christelle Maignan shares her ups and downs on social media as she tried to promote her new coaching business, what she learnt from the experience and the unexpected outcome that changed her life. This talk is about dreaming, taking risks, staying strong and embracing new opportunities.
Coasts, Critters and Caracas: Rocky Shore Surveys in the Falkland Islands
BY EMMA BEATON
@ VOL 24
ON NOV 27, 2018
Emma Beaton discusses the shores of the falkland islands
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
PKN San Jose, Costa Rica Vol. 2
The second volume of Pecha Kucha Night hit San Jose, Costa Rica a couple of weeks ago, packing in over 400 at Jazzcafe Escazu, and garnering some well-deserved press, including a full-page article in Costa Rica's largest newspaper, Nacion, and coverage in business magazine La Republica as well. Below, more images from the event, courtesy of coordinator Mauricio Herrera-Palma.
PKN Sunshine Coast in the News
Sunshine Coast's inaugural PechaKucha Night is all set to happen tomorrow night (October 27) at Villa Noosa. Organizer Sue Davis sends in a scan of an article from the Noosa Journal covering the launch. Below, a scan of the entire page.
Juan Antonio Costa
Last month we posted about the "Gardenovation" edition of PechaKucha Night in Miami -- held just over a week ago -- and here's a bit more on one of the presenters, courtesy of organizer Carl Hildebrand. Pictured above (and in the rest of this post) is make-up artist Juan Antonio Costa. Not only does he like to pose in such costumes and make-up, he actually did his presentation in the suit you see in the photo. We should add that Tokyo is no stranger to "cosplay" when it comes to presenting at a PKN, as we've had a Stormtrooper and Dragonball's Goku both present in the past.
Flyer for PKN Sunshine Coast Vol. 4
Sunshine Coast's PechaKucha Night Vol. 4 was held last night -- you can see the list of presenters who participated on the official event page -- but we still wanted to share the flyer that was produced for the Halloween-themed event where, as organizer Sude Davis tells us, they asked "creatives to share the 'tricks' of their trade or 'treat' us to their success stories and achievements." The design is by Gary Cobb.
Flyer for PKN Sunshine Coast Vol. 7
PechaKucha Night on the Sunshine Coast Vol. 7 is coming up next week (Tuesday, August 2) at The J (Noosa Junction), and as the poster reveals, the theme is "Green Love" -- you'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. Here's a bit more on the event from organizer Susan Davis:We are excited to feature some amazing presenters at our 'Green Love' PKN next week on the Sunshine Coast. We have an Aboriginal presenter, Samantha Martin, who is a great ambassador for her culture, as well as permaculture designers, green art practitioners and more. We were overwhelmed with expressions of interest for this one -- it seems that folks are certainly keen to share the (green) love!
Places on the Coast
The title of this post has a shortened version of the title of today's presentation by Barry Haynes, but the full title is "Places on the Coast You May Not Know, Places on the Coast Where You'll Want to Go." Recorded at PechaKucha Night in Gibsons Vol. 1, here's what to expect:Photographer and kayaker, Barry Haynes, tests the residents of Gibsons on their knowledge of the Sunshine Coast in a fun, interactive presentation. Many of the areas in these images are accessible only by water.
Pecha Kucha returns to animate the coast
Animate is the theme for creatives to promote as they share their work at a special Pecha Kucha Night on Wednesday evening at 6pm, February at the Old Ambulance Arts Centre in Nambour. Nine presenters from Nambour and across the Sunshine Coast will tell their stories using the highly visual globally renowned Pecha Kucha Night format. Bookings: https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/animate-PKN16 Michael Doneman www.michaeldoneman.com Michael is founding director of Edgeware Creative Entrepreneurship. His presentation will focus on the meaning of 'animation' as the practice of an animateur, expressed in his case through the animation of small businesses, and such activities as the animation of social-cultural plant like the Old Ambulance Station, of which he has chaired the Board since 2014. Michael has considered the heart of his practice as 'social-cultural animation' for some years (after the French concept animation socio-culturelle), Denise Daffara http://www.denisedaffara.com.au/ Artist Denise Daffara’s paintings began in 1999 as a celebration of fun and freedom to create her contemporary figurative feminine style. From 2009 Denise’s work has focused on her own journey of finding inner peace, self-healing with a sense and intention for meditative contemplation. Reoccurring themes include flourishing strength, courage and boldness. Hamish Sewell http://soundtrails.com.au www.thestoryproject.org.au Hamish Sewell is the creator of Soundtrails, (to date eight within NSW), this process and the geo-located recordings connects people to places through stories. It is a mobile app platform allowing users to engage in a richly layered world of audio sound, on location via a map on their mobile device, (or via online). GPS triggered, the stories can be highly produced, and are drawn from the social, historical, creative and environmental narrative subsoil of a locale. Hamish will show how Soundtrails, might be considered for the Sunshine Coast region, the opportunities afforded, and suggested steps forward. John Waldron http://blueskyview.com.au Director of Sunshine Coast based Blue Sky View:John Waldron is driven by the role’s Latin origins ‘to take care. He is interested in curation for social change, designing and orchestrating opportunities to help people thrive, feel good, and in-control. “This presentation will include curating for social change and empowerment, in particular the Makeway Lab project initiative that uses creativity, technology and expertise to improve the mental and physical health of hospital patients with interactive and digital design and fabrication technology. James Rose www.thekickproject.blogspot.com.au James Rose is the founder of the Kick Project (TKP - one of Australia’s first dedicated ethical investment research providers) and a freelance journalist, media advisor, author and copywriter. TKP's aim is to animate communities and particularly young people in disadvantaged situations around the world who may be the victims of poverty, conflict and/or forms of prejudice. “The “kick” part comes in as we use sport, and particularly soccer.” Robyn Brown www.robynbrown.com.au Nambour resident: Robyn Brown is a Jazz singer and full-time Carer for her son. A regular performer at festivals and jazz clubs, Robyn has a self-titled CD which has received national airplay and performs with national and international jazz stars. As well as her songwriting, performing and recording, Robyn is a sought after speaker for Carers and people with disabilities.Along with caring for her son with multiple disabilities, Robyn has been a Foster Carer for 14 years and has faced many challenges in these roles. All of these experiences have taught her much about adversity and joy and have contributed to her passion for life. Matt Godden http://www.mattgodden.com Matt Godden is a multi-disciplinary artist. His practice covers sculpture, photography and graphic novels. His most recent major project is The Metaning - a gallery-wall-scale full-length comic book, considered by scholars of Australian comics to be the first of its kind created & exhibited locally. This work evolved from a raised middle finger towards authority figures, into an articulated argument about the place of comics within the canon of mainstream drawing education. Robbie Murray Nambour’s Robbie Murray presentation focuses on her life pathway from a stuttering child to clear communicator “The Art of Conversation”. Her community development roles show that strong vibrant communities create more opportunities for participation for Nambour and surround residents. Working and volunteering in local organisations including On Track Co-operative, CREEKSIDE - a collection of 5 disability services, the Old Ambulance Station, Nambour Community Centre and the QCWA, Nambour Event Calendar, The Drawn Together wall art project Nambour Together. Chris Collin www.funkybooks.com.au Chris Collin is an author, presenter and managing director of Funkybooks Pty Ltd, a company he created for the purpose of publishing and promoting his whacky, rhyming Australian Children's books. His books include: Funky Chicken: A Bushy Tale of Crocs and Chooks, A Bug Called Doug, and his latest Funky Chicken: Chooks in Space He’s been shortlisted for the 2014 Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards and is in the 2014 Premiers Challenge Reading List in Queensland and included in primary schools and early learning centres. Chris ‘animates funkiness to read for the joy of reading’.
Poster for PKN Sunshine Coast's spirited revival
PechaKucha Night Sunshine Coast sent us a fantastic poster, as well as a little post with details on their upcoming Vol. 16:We are excited about the re-animation of PechaKucha Night Sunshine Coast next week in Queensland, Australia in the retro, revitalising regional centre of Nambour and the creatives from POMO have designed an appropriately retro style poster. Animate – is about bringing things to life – injecting them with energy and action. While many people might think of cartoon animation, the concept of animation can be performance, communities and places. Our presenters include artists, designers, entrepreneurs, environmentalists at the forefront of projects and activities that are all about animation in all its various forms. The first coastal Pecha Kucha Night on the Sunshine Coast was held in October 2009 and well over 100 folk have presented at these events. Tickets are now available online! https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/animate-PKN16
Hyperloop - Your Everyday Roller Coaster
"He said, 'Young man, just try to do it!'" In Hyperloop - Your Everyday Roller Coaster from PechaKucha Night Special x MINI @ BMW Group Tokyo Bay, David Chew Vee Kuan shares how he and a team of students is trying to build the prototype of a futuristic transportation system called the Hyperloop. They are bringing their micro version of Hyperloop to compete with other teams from the US and Europe in Space X HQ, LA this October.
PKN Poster Spotlight: Sunshine Coast
PechaKucha Santa Fe shines this week’s PKN Poster Spotlight with their event theme on ‘Place’: Somewhere where artists and creatives come together and meet one another to exchange ideas, thoughts and imagination. Where do you belong? Check out what happend at PechaKucha Night Santa Fe Vol.2! For more graphic posters, you can check out our Tumblr and Instagram!