SHENZHEN Search Results: “Diving”
Dada Li - Aquatic Human
BY PECHAKUCHA NIGHT SHENZHEN
@ VOL 36
ON APR 21, 2018
She participated PechaKucha 3 years ago with crutches due to a car accident. Now she has broken the cocoon into a butterfly, becoming the most beautiful mermaid in the sea. It is the best life experience ever, isn't it?
- We are sorry for the poor quality of the recording -
SITEWIDE Search Results: “Diving”
Sep 18, 2012
Jul 25, 2013
Knowledge Salon, GRAND FRONT OSAKA
Feb 25, 2017
Jun 14, 2017
Darrell's Party Hole and other Battlegrounds
BY JILL SHOFFIETT
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 21, 2013
Artist Jill Shoffiett speaks of her childhood friend Mamie, and Mamie's mysterious and inscrutable Vietnam veteran father, Darrell. She spins us lenghty tales of Darrell's odd habits of digging, building, and moving his family from place to place. Jill discusses the influence Darrell, and her young experiences have had on her, and how it inspirits her art.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 25, 2014.
BY MICHIEL GEERTS
@ VOL 12
ON NOV 27, 2014
Op je 21e dirigent zijn van twee koren. Michiel Geerts uit Bavel is er trots op.
Zijn inzet en enthousiasme heeft hem gebracht waar hij nu is. Hij is dirigent van de B-vocals uit Bavel en sinds januari van 2014 staat hij ook voor de leden van GEK Breda, het Groot Evenementen Koor.
De passie van Geerts is tweeledig. Op de basisschool wist de Bavelaar al dat hij docent wilde worden. Later koppelde hij er zijn andere passie aan vast, de liefde voor muziek.
The Cultural Divide
BY ALLAN DALE
@ VOL 7
ON MAR 05, 2015
Allan Dale talks about his new book “Beyond the North- South Culture Wars culture Wars Reconciling Northern Australia`s Recent Past With Its Future“. This book explores the cultural conflict in Austria with its regulation and environmental reservation.
Old, New, Tourist Beacon; Bridging the Divide
BY ALI MUHAMMAD
@ VOL 2
ON JUN 16, 2015
Ali Muhammad, a Beacon City Councilmember Elect, adresses the divide between "Old" and "New" Beacon. Beacon, NY has seen a lot of rapid changes in the past few years, and while most agree it's for the better, Ali uses this opportunity to address the fact that divisions exist within our small but mighty city. How we move forward is a choice everyone who lives in Beacon must make.
Killing the Golden Goose: Reflections on History, Growth & Sustainability
BY LILLIAN AZEVEDO
@ VOL 9
ON JUN 21, 2016
Lillian Azevedo shares on her unique job of taking a look at St. Augustine's land before it is developed. It's an interesting opportunity and probably one of the last before burying what's hidden with new developments.
Divine Inspiration: Te Aho Tapu
BY ANYA SATYANAND
@ VOL 30
ON OCT 15, 2016
Anya Satyanand, "wahine toa", is a leader practitioner in working with young people in Aotearoa New Zealand. Anya shares her journey and learning from working with a wide range of young people and from her own diverse whakapapa (family and other identities). Stunning and thought provoking!
Anatomy of a Discovery
BY DR. RICH PYLE
@ VOL 30
ON MAY 05, 2017
Dr. Richard Pyle of Bishop Museum uses high-tech diving gear to explore deep coral reefs. He will tell the story behind the discovery of a new species of endemic Hawaiian fish, and its relationship to one of the largest protected areas on Earth.
Objects as Magical Decoys and Divine Allurements
BY DANIEL MACK
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 09, 2017
Daniel Mack has been creating rustic work for 30 years, making furniture, architectural and garden structures, and sculptural objects. These 20 images, coming from 20 years of workshops in Making at the Omega Institute, explore the nature of an object-made, bought, found, gifted- as divinations or links between the realms of spirit and matter.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Poster for PKN Bahrain Vol. 4
PechaKucha Night in Bahrain Vol. 4 will be held this Friday (March 4) at the Amwaj Beach Club which, considering the cold gray weather we're enduring here in Tokyo, sure sounds nice. Organizer Mohammed Janahi tells us that one of the presenters will be Bahraini Nourah Al Sayeh, curator of the "Reclaim" project, winner of the Golden Lion for the best National Partcipation at the International Architecture Exhibition (Venice Biennale). The poster for the event was created by Bahraini designer Ebrahim Al Mulla, and here are a few words from him on the concept:The land of pearls, or so did our grandfathers call Bahrain, has always been known for its exquisite treasures. The message of the PechaKucha team is to carry out this tradition, by diving and searching for these shining pearls of Bahrain, and give them the opportunity to cast their glittering creative shine and broadcast themselves.
Diving With Sharks, the Process of an Artist, and Photos from Bowling Green
Presentations National Geographic diver Mark Addison presents (from PKN Durban Vol. 7) his love for the marine life of the Durban coast. We also meet his daughter, who is one of the youngest people to have dived with sharks. In his presentation (from PKN Hjorring Vol. 1), artist Michael Maguire walks us through his works, talking about the process required to produce each, and how they all tie into his vision. Posters PKN Norrkoping Vol. 20 was held earlier this month, and here's a look at the poster that was produced for the event, which is today's addition to the Tumblr blog. Photos We kickstart the week with this photo gallery [Flickr] that gives a peek of what Bowling Green's first PKN was like. From the photo above -- of attendees, or possibly presenters -- it looked like a pretty fun evening. The city's Vol. 2 is already set for November 26. Calendar There are no events happening tonight, but tomorrow night (October 30) you can look forward to the following four PKNs: PKN Eureka (Montana) Vol. 1, PKN Grand Rapids Vol. 5, PKN Buenos Aires Vol. 27, and PKN Pittsfield Vol. 4.
Back to Origin
“I use free diving as a tool to share the beauty of connecting with the water, nature and myself.” In "Back to Origin" from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol.139, by representing the aquatic realm in a way that the world has never seen, Ai Futaki highlights the meaning and expression of the human–water connection. As the winner of Guiness World Record for the longest distance swam in cape with one breath, she uses freediving as a tool to be the bridge between the underwater world and the human world.