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A Journey in Hats
BY ELEANOR O'CONNELL
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
New York based and originally from Papua New Guinea, Eleanor O'Connell has been working within the Theatre, Performance Art, Film, Fashion and Design industry as a Costumier, Costume Designer, Wardrobe Manager, Milliner and Artist from London to Melbourne and now New York. Listen to her journey here!
Conversation Prints: Artful Dialogues about Reproductive Rights
BY DARCY FALK
@ VOL 3
ON DEC 08, 2016
"Conversation print" is the industry term for fabric prints that re not floral or geometric. Darcy Falk talks about her project that moves beyond prints that featuring golf clubs and kitchen appliances. She is developing garments using vintage patterns and unique fabric that sparks conversations about topics that we don't usually talk about at the dinner table. The result is conversation prints that stimulate artful dialog about reproductive rights.
60 Years of Textile Art Inspiration from Honolulu
BY JOSH FELDMAN
@ VOL 28
ON NOV 11, 2016
In 60 Years of Textile Art Inspiration from Honolulu at PechaKucha Night Honolulu Vol. 28, Josh Feldman explores the inspiration for Tori Richard prints and explain why he thinks Honolulu is perhaps the only place where a company like Tori Richard is possible.
Josh is the president and CEO of Tori Richard, Ltd., a resort apparel company founded in Honolulu in 1956. Tori Richard is the largest textile and apparel manufacturer in the state of Hawaii with nearly 200 employees and over 2,000 points of distribution. Tori Richard is unique in that it creates and copyrights 100% of the textile artwork it uses. This is relatively unique in the industry and an area of expertise shared by just a few dozen companies globally.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on April 4th, 2017.
From 2D to 3D – the design process of MECA’s Textile and Fashion Design department
BY PAUL LEWANDOWSKI
@ VOL 30
ON FEB 20, 2015
The Family of Jin, A Master-level Costume Presentation
BY STACE FELDMANN
@ VOL 26
ON APR 12, 2018
Stace Feldmann, owner of Strange Land Costuming and founder of the Madison Area Costuming Society, presents a breakdown of the five-month build on four complicated costumes for competition, created and worn by two other members of MACS. These award-winning costumes show the range of skills and techniques learned by this group of hobby cosplayers, as well as the challenges of bringing characters to life.
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PKN Raglan Vol. 2
Raglan held its second PechaKucha Night just last week, and here's organizer Rodger Gallagher with a report on the night that was: Thursday night’s PechaKucha Night Vol. 2 at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre in Stewart Street hit new heights both literally and metaphorically. Brigid Allan showed and amazing set of images from the Milford Sound area, but these weren’t the standard tourist shots. Instead the photos were taken on mountain climbs she had down in the area. The audience appreciated the variety and high quality of all the presentations. Robyn Gallagher’s talk on interestingness couldn’t help but raise interest as she talked about Flickr’s interestingness algorithm. And of course the homemade kai during the beer break was also appreciated. Rodger plans to have two more PechaKucha Nights later this year, and is already on the lookout for presenters -- do get in touch through the Raglan city page if you'd like to present or if you know someone who would. Below, the list of presenters from Vol. 2, as well as a few photos -- there's more to see in this Flickr photoset. Nelson Lebo III – Thinking like a swale Karma Barnes – Earth circle art. Fine Art, Multi-Media, Textiles and Installation Artist Clare Wimmer – Wood Firing. Abode Pottery, Waitetuna Robyn Gallagher – Interestingness Brigid Allan – My Milford Sound John and Julia – Raglan Ramblers Virginia Gallagher – Raglan 1910. The William Price postcards, photography by Gilmour Brothers Patti Mitchley – The history of Whaingaroa Youth Movement
Cabinet of Curiosities Unveiled
Investigating quirky collections big and small, public and private, known and unknown, Pecha Kucha #21 will be hosted by the Otago Museum with presentations from avid collectors, museum professionals and aficionados of the collecting world. Presenters from a spectrum of creative and academic institutions are lined up for our first Pecha Kucha night for the year, including: the Otago Museum’s Director Dr Ian Griffin, who will tell the captivating story behind HMS Bounty objects in the Museum’s collection; Emma Burns, Curator – Natural Science, who will share the unique world of whale bone collecting; and Dr Jane Malthus, Honorary Curator of the Museum’s fashion and textiles collections, who will uncover a life enriched with lace. Offering a glimpse into the future of collections is Eva Gluyas, Otago Polytechnic’s innovation workSpace manager, who will speak about the potential inherent in the relationship between collections and 3D printing technology. Collections Supervisor Barbara Wheeler from the Dunedin Botanic Garden unearths a colourful array of weird and wonderful plants. Her presentation will reveal the breadth of the Garden’s botanical collection. The full list of presenters: Dr Ian Griffin, Director of Otago Museum Dr Jane Malthus, Honarary Curator of Textiles at Otago Museum Emma Burns, Curator, Otago Museum Amanda Mills and Katherine Milburn from the Hocken Library Cam McCracken, Director of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Barbara Wheeler from the Botanic Gardens Ian Chapman aka Dr Glam from the University of Otago Gavin O'Brien, Designer, Otago Polytechnic Eva Gluyas from Innovation Workspace at the Polytechnic Lemuel Lyes self-confessed history geek (and collector) Ian Loughran aka Prof Goff, poet, comedian music aficionado Noel Waite, Designer lecturer and City of Literature enthusiast THURSDAY 17 APRIL HUTTON THEATRE, OTAGO MUSEUM 7:00PM DOORS OPEN, 7:30PM START $10 ENTRY Don't miss our first event for the year! Book now at dashtickets.co.nz Photo: The intricate and delicate lace creation of Brenda Bell as presented by Dr Jane Malthus, Honorary Curator of the Otago Museum’s fashion and textiles collections
Textile-Reinforced Concrete: Material of the Future
When you hear the word "concrete" you don't typically think free-flowing fluid or organic structures. ...It's likely you might think of bunkers, gray urbanity, and bleak high-rise structures. However, in "Textile-Reinforced Concrete: Material of the Future" from PKN Maastricht Vol. 20, Kevin Pidun of Lehrstuhl für Plastik shows us that textile-reinforced concrete opens a new universe of surprising uses and forms for this gray material.
PKN Kyoto Podcast #2
This is the second volume of Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto's podcast. Our guest is Australian textile artist Melinda Heal, who tells us about making traditional Japanese textiles, dyeing, and kimonos.www.so-meru.com Hosted by Eric Luong and Ash Ryan. Edited by and music by Ash Ryan.ashryanbeats.com https://soundcloud.com/pecha-kucha-night-kyoto/pecha-kucha-night-kyoto-podcast-vol-2-melinda-heal
Something from Nothing
"If I can give a voice to people who don't have one, I'm all for that."In "Something from Nothing" from PechaKucha Night Forster, Samantha Everett talks about her evolution from a fashion designer to fabric artist to an installation artist. She shares how her experience in textiles, fashion, and recovery has enhanced and rehabilitate her world. An unsuspecting and humble artist gives it here all here.
Quilting and I
“There is a human cost to what we wear." In "Quilting and I" from PechaKucha Night Bandar Seri Begawan Vol. 8, Nur Ahmad urges us to reconnect to the forgotten creative skills of sewing through quilting (it's just squares and straight lines - a good place to start!). She hopes that will eventually lead us to the merrier path of knowing what we wear, understanding the real cost of our fashion choices and hurry us along to finding alternative sustainable textiles.
Dynamic Styles: Change and Continuity in Pacific Visual Culture
"The visual cultures styles... are responsive to change yet they retain the thread of continuity of the past." In Dynamic Styles: Change and Continuity in Pacific Visual Culture at PechaKucha Night Honolulu Vol.28, Dr. Mārata Ketekiri Tamaira introduces a selection of Pacific visual culture styles from across the region, emphasizing the way they express the dynamic relationship between change and continuity over time and space. To narrow her focus, she considers three key sites of aesthetic production, including architecture, textiles, and sculpture. Dr. Mārata Ketekiri Tamaira hails from Aotearoa New Zealand and has genealogical ties with the central North Island tribe of Ngāti Tūwharetoa. She is a Honolulu-based Māori scholar and university instructor whose research focuses on contemporary Hawaiian and Pacific art.
Tori Richard: 60 years of textile art inspiration from Honolulu
"The art we create has been a reflection of our multi-cultural influences in Hawaii and the eclecticism is perhaps the only common thread." In Tori Richard: 60 years of textile art inspiration from Honolulu at PechaKucha Night Honolulu Vol. 28, Josh Feldman explores the inspiration for Tori Richard prints and explain why he thinks Honolulu is perhaps the only place where a company like Tori Richard is possible.
"One of the challenges was they would use a southern indigenous design on them it isn't reflecting anything local." In "Indigo Arrow" from PechaKucha Night Winnipeg Vol. 30, Destiny Seymour speaks about starting up her own textile business that uses local Indigenous designs. She was able to create spaces that reflect indigenous identity in schools but building her own custom furniture and developing her own patterns. She went back to the beginning to create her own textiles and the rest fell together from there.
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John Ennis/ARCADIA: THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY OF CONSTRUCTION 'Arcadia' refers to a vision of environment in harmony with nature. The Ancient Greek province from which the term derives was associated with natural splendour and harmony inhabited by those without the pride and avarice that corrupted other regions. The harmony we seek in our individual lives is deeply dependent on the built environment in which we live as a community which is in turn influenced by architects and designers as they grapple with our pressing need to walk more lightly on the earth. Journeys in Design Scotland presents Arcadia: the Circular Economy of Construction, an exhibition series examining how we recycle our built environment. Arcadia opens 8 June in the Olympia Shopping Arcade Kirkcaldy, part of the former Abbottshall Linen Works repurposed in pursuit of emerging design talent; it explores how this town and others in Scotland repurposes former Linen Buildings. Facebook @design_journeys @journeysindesign ourlinenstories.com Linkedin #journeysindesign #ourlinenstories