SITEWIDE Search Results: “Indigenous People”
Club Vkusnaya Tema
Mar 24, 2011
Dec 01, 2011
Seattle Art Museum
May 06, 2015
Dec 27, 2015
Dec 02, 2015
Sep 21, 2016
Lilongwe Wildlife Centre
Aug 25, 2016
Central Exhibition Hall ‘Manege’
Jul 02, 2016
Aug 18, 2017
Haeata Community Campus
Mar 05, 2018
Indigenous People and Cultural Art
BY NICOLAS GALANIN
@ UNITED STATES ARTISTS 2014 ARTISTS ASSEMBLY
ON MAR 24, 2015
Nicolas Galanin was brought in a traditional creative environment. He studied Jewellery design and Silversmithing, and dedicated his life to the continium of cultural art and to regain the displacement of his culture. He is also a musician and is interested in creating progress for the next generation.
Bario Agrobiodiversity Hub
BY JULIAN LIAN
@ VOL 4
ON APR 15, 2017
Julian Lian shares how conservation through the indigenous living culture is a greater and better methology to prevent climate change. This living culture has already been a part of the Bario Highland ecosystem, and it is crucial to raise the public awareness to preserve it before it is lost.
The Seneca-Salamanca Leasehold Study
BY BRADSHAW HOVEY, PH.D.
@ VOL 18
ON SEP 24, 2016
"They wanted to infuse architecture with research and they proposed to build a pedagogical process around project work."
In The Seneca-Salamanca Leasehold Study from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 18, Research Associate Professor at the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, Bradshaw Hovey, Ph.D., recounts how one of the great student research projects from the school's 50-year history was devised by the school's founding leadership. One of the very first projects to engage UB students was a paid commission for the Seneca Nation of Indians to advise them on negotiations for a new lease between the nation and the residents of the City of Salamanca, NY whose homes sat on Seneca land. That such a project would be undertaken by architecture students was a signal about how expansively the founders of the school conceived of its professional domain.
Inviting the Indigenous Sports World to Edmonton
BY JODI STONEHOUSE
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 01, 2017
"We have to get back to that circle where we're sitting together because that was the intention—that we're all Treaty people. We have a responsibility and an obligation to the lands, the waters, to each other and to our children."
In "Inviting the Indigenous Sports World to Edmonton" from PechaKucha Night Edmonton Vol. 28, Jodi Stonehouse sheds light on the beauty of the World Indigenous Nations Games soon to visit Edmonton—what they mean for the city, for Indigenous peoples, and for every one of us looking to grow and reconcile together.
Reawakening of the Indiginous Kitchen
BY MARIAH GLADSTONE
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 09, 2017
Mariah Gladstone is the creator if Indigikitchen , an online cooking show where she specializes in creating meals based on foods that would have been found in the diet of her Indiginous ancestors. Mariah spotlights the issue of nutrition in indiginous communities around the nation and shows us how she is helping to get people back to eating healthier through recipes based on her cultural heritage.
The YES Project
BY AMBERLEE ERDMANN
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 07, 2017
Amberlee Erdmann moved from Alberta to the Okanagan in 2009 and finished her Bachelor of Social Work at the University of British Columbia Okanagan. Upon graduation Amberlee was invited to join the International Golden Key Honor Society due to academic excellence. Amberlee was named as one of Kelowna's Top 20 to watch and Penticton's Top 40 Under 40. Currently, Amberlee is a community advocate who works for the South Okanagan Victim Assistance Society and The YES Project (Youth Engagement Strategy).
BY DARYL KILLIN
@ VOL 25
ON OCT 24, 2018
Daryl Killan & Lou Van Rikxoort say they have the best job in the world. They talk about how they support the traditional owners of the Cape York Peninsula undertake early controlled burning. For countless generations indigenous Australians have used controlled fires for land management. They work with the landowners to manage fire plans and provide training to implement fire management plans.
How I Grew to Love and Make Indigenous Graphic Novels (and How I Became a Superhero)
BY NIIGAAN SINCLAIR
@ VOL 39
ON SEP 05, 2019
Niigaan Sinclair is an Anishinaabe professor, writer, and activist who loves graphic novels. However, growing up, he noticed a lack of heroes that looked like him, and any mention of Indigenous people in comics are more often than not base caricatures or stereotypes. In this enligtening PechaKucha 20x20 talk, Niigaan tells us how Indigenous culture and graphic novels are connected, what he did to help counter the negative representation of Indigenous people in graphic novels, and how he himself became a hero.
Niigaan's talk was recorded live at PechaKucha Night Winnipeg Vol. 39, on September 5, 2019, at the Park Theatre.
For more information on PKN Winnipeg, follow us on Twitter (@pkn_winnipeg), Instagram (@pkn_winnipeg), or Facebook (www.facebook.com/pechakuchanightwinnipeg). PKN Winnipeg is presented by the Manitoba Chapter of the Graphic Designers of Canada.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
For this weekend's "Presentation of the Day," we focus on this presentation by artist Yuko Hishiyama, in which she shares the striking work she's been producing, mostly in the form of sculptures made of aluminum mesh. The resulting "people" she creates have not only starred in their own shows, but have also been made to interact with other famous pieces.
Transport and Urban Planning for People
Cars take up a lot of space and cost a lot of money, we need better ways to get people around cities. As Julie Anne Genter — a Green Party member of New Zealand parliament — says, "People need to get around the city, but there aren’t many choices." Cars take up a lot of space, create congestion, cost a lot of money, and make cities more dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists. In "Transport and Urban Planning for People" from a special urban edition of PKN Auckland, we see that Julie is working to implement people-oriented infrastructure, and remove outdated planning rules to make Auckland more efficient, liveable for its citizens.
PechaKucha People: Netta Egoz
This week the Pechakucha People Spotlight shines on Netta Egoz of Christchurch New Zealand, whose role as PechaKucha City ORganzier plays a key part in her community's "city-making movement''. In addition to PKN organizer and presenter extraordinaire she's also a community Lawyer AND spends her spare hours on the radio via RDU 98.5fm (Chch).
PechaKucha People: Huwaida Ishaaq
Our City organizer down in Bandar Seri Begawan doesn't really need the Pechakucha People spotlight per se ...that's because she IS a spotlight. Huwaida Ishaaq sets the bar as high as it goes for working hard to connect people, creating the highest caliber of PechaKucha Nights. She proves the point that creativity is hidden in every corner of the globe, even in, and especially in, the tiny nation on the island of Borneo.
PechaKucha People: Erica Austin
Our PechaKucha People Spotlight lands on Erica Austin this week, of PKN Christchurch. As an Architectural Master's Graduate, Event "Awesomist" and Photographer, she's passionate about making Christchurch awesome, and see's it as a place to experiment and grow creatively, which is why she also calls herself "Christchurch Ambassador."
People Make Places
"We managed to dig out all the people's personalities. In doing the interviews we uncovered so many layers of Japanese culture which I didn't expect." In People Make Places at PechaKucha Night Tokyo. 142, Writer and entrepreneur Charlie Spreckley shares stories about the humble geniuses who make Tokyo endlessly explorable: the chef and his restaurant, the designer and her boutique, the barista and his coffee shop, or the art dealer and her gallery. His self-published book about these inspiring characters, 'People Make Places', came out this year
PechaKucha People: Klaus Schlichter
Our PechaKucha People spotlight this week lands on one of the many unsung heroes of PechaKucha, the man behind PKN Aalen's always legendary posters - graphic designer Klaus Schlichter! We salute you Klaus and all the artists who've dedicated their creativity to one of our most favorite aspects of PechaKucha - The Posters!!!"
PK People: Tursunai Brimkulova
Our PechaKucha People spotlight heads to Kyrgyzstan where we spotlight one of our newest organizers, PechaKucha Night Bishkek's, Tursunai Brimkulova. A fresh graduate, journalist, English teacher and traveler, she's open to new adventures and projects, committed to uncovering Bishkek's hidden creativity!
PechaKucha People: Ange Friesen
Few people are more deserving of the weekly PechaKucha People spotlight than PKN Markham's cracker-jack organizer, Ange Friesen. Time and time again, PechaKucha Night Markham curates a top-notch roster presenters whose 20x20 presentations continually stand out as some of the best. We thank and salute you Ange!
Inviting the Indigenous Sports World to Edmonton
"We have to get back to that circle where we're sitting together because that was the intention—that we're all Treaty people. We have a responsibility and an obligation to the lands, the waters, to each other and to our children." In "Inviting the Indigenous Sports World to Edmonton" from PechaKucha Night Edmonton Vol. 28, Jodi Stonehouse sheds light on the beauty of the World Indigenous Nations Games soon to visit Edmonton—what they mean for the city, for Indigenous peoples, and for every one of us looking to grow and reconcile together.