CHICAGO Search Results: “Frank Lloyd Wright”
BY MARK CAMPBELL
@ VOL 25
ON MAR 05, 2013
Mark Campbell talks about the history of American-stlye architecture and its origins with a famous architect named Frank Lloyd Wright. Mark talks about how Wright's prairie style houses, that emphaises horizontally shaped houses, an open-planned interior, and copiuos glass windows, have had an empact on architects of the time and on the style of houses created today.
Light is the Theme
BY PETRA BACHMAIER
@ AIA 2014 CONVENTION
ON JUN 26, 2014
Chicago based artist Petra Bachmaier wows the audience at PechaKucha Night during the American Institute of Architects National Convention in Chicago. She shares her husband/wife collaboration Luftwerk, which plays with projections on icons of modern architecture after the sun sets.
"Presentation of the Day" on July 10, 2014.
Nurturing Your Child's Creativity
BY SHARON EXLEY
@ VOL 32
ON DEC 02, 2014
"Creativity is a place you and your child should go."
Memoirs of a Dinosaur
BY JOHN EXLEY
@ VOL 14
ON JUN 01, 2010
"I'm never going to achieve a lot of these lovely thing that we have just been looking at, but the family knows I'm gong to keep on trying. I'm still working and I'm 70 next week. I'm going to carry on my prophecy that 'architects don't retire, we just fall down one day.'"
In Memoirs of a Dinosaur from PechaKucha Chicago Vol. 14, British architect John Exley, father of notorious PechaKucha Chicago veteran organizer and fellow architect Peter Exley, and grandfather of PechaKucha Brooklyn super-pro organizer Emma Exley, shares some wisdom (and charm) gained from practicing 50+ years of architecture. During this visit to Chicago he highlight his love of shaping spaces, while enlightening the locals on beer, Rome, Frank Lloyd Wright, Leeds United, ...and his ornery (and brilliant) progeny.
An oldie ...but goodie.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, December 9th, 2015.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “Frank Lloyd Wright”
Salt Lake City
High West Distillery and saloon
Oct 08, 2010
Just Wright Photography Ltd.
Jun 11, 2011
The Westcott House
Jun 29, 2012
May 21, 2013
Arcata Theatre Lounge
Sep 07, 2013
Magdalinos Room, Havelock North Community Centre
Jun 07, 2016
Kulturcafé Fliegende Ente
Sep 16, 2017
Sandys Boat Club
Nov 07, 2013
Louis Hartlooper Complex
Sep 20, 2018
Oct 31, 2018
BY TOM LLOYD
@ VOL 4
ON SEP 23, 2011
Tom Lloyd is a designer, but also a thinker. In his presentation, Tom thinks about how objects, architecture, and stories are constructed; how we get from point A to point B. He speaks on the concept of "heroic failures", and asks why certain failures are looked back on with an air of love and wistfulness -- failures like the AMC DeLorean, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the rickety bridge trope -- when other failures are simply abject.
World of Lloyd
BY LLOYD LUGSDEN
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 06, 2014
Designer, maker and noticer of interesting things Lloyd Lugsden shows us a selection of things he has made and things he likes in a Pechakucha that encompasses print, tee shirts, beer, and very very old graffiti. From the writing on the wall, to the writing on this page, there is many things in the world to take inspiration from.
Foraging and Picking
BY BRIAN CARTER
@ VOL 17
ON SEP 15, 2016
"Architects are hunters and gatherers."
In "Foraging and Picking" from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 17, professor of architecture Brian Carter provides a retrospective of twenty postcards from his many travels, highlighting what each image signifies in the mind of an architect. Carter reminds us that architecture can be an international language. It prompts travel, causing us walk into buildings, to meet people, and to listen, sense and smell the places that we go.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, November 21st, 2016.
Frank Lloyd Wright: Do I Know Him?
BY CATHERINE BOLDT
@ VOL 20
ON DEC 01, 2016
Catherine Boldt explores her preoccupation with all things Frank Lloyd Wright. She will present original photographs of her workplace, Taliesin. The photos will help tell the story of the time and resources she has invested learning about FLLW and his designs. But the questions stil remains: Do I know Frank Lloyd Wright?
BY TAMARA WENSING
@ VOL 44
ON JUL 04, 2017
Tamara Wensing created her life by following her feelings and believing in herself. She wants to create FRANK as a community in Cape Town by broadcasting inspiring movies. People today get ill & depression, Tamara knows this and feels she can change this. We must dream big.
Madison in the Sixties
BY STU LEVITAN
@ VOL 28
ON NOV 29, 2018
20 slides that tell the essential stories of the 1960's in Madison---the escalation of civil rights activism and sntiwar protest from pickets to firebombs; transformation of the ethnic Greenbush neighborhood into the Triangle Urban Renewal Area; the impact of university expansion, and the failed efforts to build Frank Lloyd Wright's auditorium and civic center at Monona Terrace; and som sex, drugs and rock and roll.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
At last month's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo (Vol. 59), architect Frank Salama took us on a tour of his projects. Below, a selection of images from the presentation -- visit Frank's website to see more.
PKN Springfield, OH + Inspire Japan
The city of Springfield, OH celebrated its very first PechaKucha Night just over a week ago, and as you'll notice from the poster above, it was also in support of our continuing Inspire Japan efforts. Below, a few details on the participating presenters, courtesy of organizer Marta Wojcik.1. Karen Severns and Koichi Mori -- Filmmakers living in Tokyo, with message recorded from Tokyo about some effects of 3.11 2. Cara Armstrong -- illustrator/writer, on the Japanese influence on Frank Lloyd Wright and her own illustrations from "Moxie. The Dachshund of Fallingwater" 3. Ruby Daily -- recent Wittenberg University alumni, with a talk on the artist Banksy 4. Tanya Maus -- Wittenberg East Asian Department, on the work of Hiraga Gennai 5. James Luckett -- photographer and artist, on his own work inspired by his time in Japan 6. Marta Wojcik -- reminiscing on an exhibition by Junko Yamamoto and a music performance by SOFT (from Kyoto) in Springfield, OH
Flyer for PKN Kingston Vol. 2
The second PechaKucha Night in Kingston is set for June 11, and will be held at the JUST WRIGHT Studios. A few of the presenters are listed on the flyer (above), and you can check in later on the official event page to find the full list.
Today's presentation -- recorded at PechaKucha Night in London Vol. 4 -- sees Tom Lloyd talking about design (not too much).
Frank la Rivière
At tomorrow's PechaKucha Night Vol. 105 we welcome architect/designer Frank la Rivière, who returns to the PK stage, this time to talk about the Aomori Nebuta Festival and its floats.建築家、デザイナーのFrank la Rivièreさんは青森ねぶた祭について発表して下さいます（PechaKucha Night 東京105、7月31日、水曜日にて）。
A Crash Course in Independent Filmmaking
Running through the woods with a hatchet, setting stuntmen on fire -- ah, the life of a filmmaker. Kristin Wright goes into great depth on her experiences working on her own films. In "A Crash Course in Independent Filmmaking" from PKN Atlanta Vol. 20, she talks about how to write great characters, the challenges of directing actors, and what's involved in the production process. Kristin touches on the good and bad points of being an independent filmmaker and gives us some invaluable tips on how to make the most of your work.
Keep Calm and Carillon
If a 4000-pound bronze bell isn’t heavy metal, what is? Orchestral violinist Frank Steijns travels the world to play music, but also plays the carillon bells (the Netherlands’ national, traditional instrument) in the tower of Maastricht’s city hall. In “Keep Calm and Carillon” from PKN Maastricht Vol. 24 Frank tells us he’s “a DJ with a very nice instrument,” how he has taken bells out of the tower, and is now playing for audiences.
Memoirs of a Dinosaur
"I'm never going to achieve a lot of these lovely things that we have just been looking at, but the family knows I'm gong to keep on trying. I'm still working and I'm 70 next week. I'm going to carry on my prophecy that 'architects don't retire, we just fall down one day.'"In Memoirs of a Dinosaur from PechaKucha Chicago Vol. 14, British architect John Exley, father of notorious PechaKucha Chicago veteran organizer and fellow architect Peter Exley, and grandfather of PechaKucha Brooklyn super-pro organizer Emma Exley, shares some wisdom (and charm) gained from practicing 50+ years of architecture. During this visit to Chicago he highlight his love of shaping spaces, while enlightening the locals on beer, Rome, Frank Lloyd Wright, Leeds United, ...and his ornery (and brilliant) progeny. An oldie ...but goodie.
First Person: The Village Voice - 1983 to 1999
“I took news tips that broke stories, I spoke to mobsters, majors, people from outer space..” In First Person: The Village Voice - 1983 to 1999 from PechaKucha Night Easton Vol. 5 Frank Ruscitti presents a sometimes humorous, sometimes hair-raising memoir of his days working for the Village Voice in New York City.
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