SITEWIDE Search Results: “Identification”
Jun 22, 2012
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Relix Variety Theater
Nov 12, 2014
Dundee Rep Theatre
Feb 25, 2019
Vuoto a (p)rendere
BY NEOSTUDIO | ELEONORA BURLANDO, RICCARDO MISELLI
@ VOL 8
ON MAY 08, 2014
The void is Smart! beacause it is unitary, secret, but also diversified, open, collective. The void is a primary resource for humans, starting with the fact that it is above all place within which it is possible to establish relationship between subjects, objects and places.
Vuoto a (p)rendere is a research axis of Neostudio oriented to the enhancement of the space starting from two main aspects: on the hand the identification and amplification of the specific qualities - both evident that latent - of the context, on the other hand the extension of the potential of fruition places through the establishment of a new balance between public and private domain, between inside and outside, between permanent and temporary.
May I see your I.D. please?
BY RENEE CHATELAIN
@ VOL 3
ON FEB 03, 2017
How do we identify ourselves and how much of our explanation about who we are is voluntary? Renee Chatelain's presentation explores some of the ways we have been made to identify ourselves, the repercussions of those descriptions, and some ideas on how we can change the conversation about our uniqueness.
Non-invasive Techniques for Estimating Mountain Lion Populations
BY PETE ALEXANDER
@ STATE OF JACKSON'S MOUNTAIN LIONS: A CELEBRATION OF BIG CATS IN OUR MIDST, POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA
ON JUL 27, 2018
Pete Alexander is a research biologist with Craighead Beringia South. He recently completed his master's project on non-invasive monitoring for cougar populations in the Jackson Hole area and continues that work using novel techniques to attempt identification of individual cougars to help better estimate the population size.
Pete Alexander is presenting on non-invasive techniques for estimating mountain lion populations.
A 'Top Secret' Hole in the Ground and Other Hush Hush War-Time Construction in Selwyn
BY ROBYN BURGESS
@ VOL 39
ON APR 27, 2019
Robyn Burgess is a built heritage surveyor and historian. She has had the great fortune to have had many years working in the field of heritage identification and management, in both public and private sector roles. In New Zealand she has held senior heritage positions at the Department of Conservation and Opus International Consultants, and currently works for Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga as a heritage advisor covering Canterbury and the West Coast. Her favourite roles overseas have been to record at-risk historic buildings for the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England and, in three brief but glorious stints, surveying ancient archaeological sites in Greece.
Robyn is living proof that if you study what really interests you, then chances are you can thrive in a career working in that field too. She studied history, art history and philosophy the University of Canterbury, museum studies at Massey University and, as a mid-career professional, has had the joy of hands-on heritage conservation training in Italy and China.
In this PechaKucha Robyn will enlighten us about a former ‘top secret’ World War Two construction effort in the Selwyn District.