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Visions through a unifying flag

BY FEDERICO FARACI
@ VOL 8 ON JUL 13, 2017

In a recent project, physicist and artist Federico Faraci focused his thoughts, ranging from social changes that are currently taking place in Europe and the World in general, all the way to the connection of each of us with the universe, to design a new flag for Europe, reflecting openness and and a welcoming society.

 

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Tokyo Design Week Channel

PechaKucha Nights at Tokyo Design Week are where audiences can catch presentations by some of the brightest and most interesting design talent in Japan (with a few welcome guests from abroad). Each year's event fills up the TDW venue where it is held, with upwards of 700 to 1000 in attendance.

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Dome Architecture in Porto
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in Orlando
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National performance poet/author. Founder and host of "Diverse Word" the longest running open mic in Orlando

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Zilina @ Stanica Zilina Zariecie
Mar 28, 2008

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Hyderabad @ Lamakaan
Nov 27, 2010

PAST VOL 4

Umeå @ Studion. Umeå Folkets Hus
Dec 08, 2010

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Belgrade @ MIKSER festival
May 27, 2011

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Helsingborg @ Helsingborgs Stadsteater
Dec 06, 2011

PAST VOL 1

Kiruna @ Hotell Ferrum
Feb 15, 2012

PAST VOL 9

Salt Lake City @ The State Room
Jun 06, 2013

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Marseille-Provence @ "Les Grandes Tables" Restaurant Friche de la Belle de Mai
Sep 28, 2013

PAST VOL 12

London @ The Geffrye Museum
Sep 19, 2016

PAST VOL 16

Williamsburg @ Ignition
Nov 12, 2016

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Welcome to Omsk, PechaKucha!

BY IRINA MALYGINA
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Irina Malygina, one of the organizers for PechaKucha in Omsk, talks about the history and origins of PechaKucha and about how PechaKucha came to Omsk. (in Russian) 

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Welcome to Europe as an American

BY OLIVER OLSON
@ VOL 22 ON JUN 04, 2014

Oliver Olson has spent 17 years of his life in Europe. In this entertaining presentation, he takes us on a whirlwind journey through the many funny surprises he has encountered as an American living in Europe.

"Presentation of the Day" on June 30, 2014.

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Thüringen Welcoming Culture

BY MUSTAFA KHAN
@ VOL 2 ON NOV 22, 2014

Mustafa Khan talks about the shortage of foreign workers and students in Germany. He talks about policy, reform, and better culture to welcome more foreigners into Germany. 

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Welcome to Fascinating Suribachi Town, Roppongi!

BY NORIHISA MINAGAWA
@ VOL 135 ON APR 27, 2016

六本木の裏通りには、 名もなき「スリバチ」が潜んでいるという。 凹凸地形が奏でる東京・六本木の魅力をスリバチ流に紹介します! 東京スリバチ学会会長の皆川典久さんがお送りする、地形とまちづくりの歴史がクロスオーバーする、感動のプレゼンテーションです!

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Atlanta Has Something to Say: Refugees Welcome

BY BEE NGUYEN
@ VOL 29 ON MAY 22, 2016

Bee Nguyen has something to say on behalf of Atlanta: Refugees are welcome here. But, what exactly does that mean? What is involved in welcoming a family who is immigrating to the United States? Bee's family knows firsthand what that means having immigrated from Vietnam. Now, Bee is growing her Syrian family right here in ATL and she wants to tell you all about her "ice cream boo"! 

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Welcome to Twin Towers

BY KATE ERVIN
@ VOL 27 ON JUN 09, 2016

Leslie Sheward & Kate Ervin's presentation from Pecha Kucha Dayton, Volume 27, recorded June 9th, 2016. Leslie Sheward has lived her whole life in Dayton's TwinTowers neighborhood and has seen dramatic changes over the years. As president of the Twin Towers Neighborhood Association, Leslie helps lead change for the better. Leslie lives on Clover Street with a large pack of dalmatians, and is considering painting dalmatian spots on her house as her contribution to the neighborhood's public art campaign. Kate Ervin is an urban planner who works to improve East Dayton neighborhoods as Director of Community Development at East End Community Services, a nonprofit just a block away on Xenia Avenue.

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Welcome!

BY SIMONA POP
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 19, 2016

In 'Welcome' a talk given by Simona Pop at PechaKucha London Vol 12, Simona definitely pops!

Simona takes us on a weird and wacky tour through all things that represent 'Welcome' to her - such as the PINEAPPLE!! - Any guest who was invited to a party where a whole pineapple was displayed, knew that no expense was spared in guaranteeing the guests' enjoyment. It was this that made the crowned fruit the high symbol of social events and became the meaning of welcome, friendship, and hospitality.

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Welcome to Unity House

BY MAGGIE VAN EMMERIK
@ VOL 13 ON SEP 27, 2018

Maggie Van Emmerik works for the Canadian Mental Health Association as the coordinator of Unity House clubhouse. She has worked in mental health outreach and a variety of other supportive roles for over twenty years and is continually inspired by the creativity and resiliency of the individuals she meets in her professional life. This presentation was created in collaboration with Unity Clubhouse members and CMHA volunteers.

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Envision. Inspire. Improve. Welcome to The East Tennessee Community Design Center

BY DUSTIN DURHAM
@ VOL 28 ON AUG 16, 2018

Non-profits are not typically thought of as resources for architecture, design, and
planning services. Dustin Durham is here to change that mentality. He works for The East Tennessee Community Design Center, a local non-profit that has been around since 1970 with the sole purpose of making East Tennessee a better place through design. He runs through who they are, how they operate, and shows examples of a few of the 1,000+ projects they have designed in our region over the previous fifty years.
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Welcome Home!

BY MIA LIPSTICK
@ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

Join Mia Lipstick on her journey of finding peace, love, music, and brotherhood as she shares her annual trek to the base of the Catskills in order to return to the garden -- unplug and chill out!

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Welcome to PechaKucha Daily

With PechaKucha Night now running, amazingly, in over 140 cities and with events happing around the world on daily basis we decided it was time to try and give everyone a daily snapshot of what's happening, who's presenting and what's hot. We are not quite how this blog will develop, but if we don't start we will never know... so here goes. Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, PechaKucha Night Founders

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Welcome to the NEW PechaKucha Website

If you're a regular visitor to the PechaKucha site, then yes, things are a bit different as of today. If today is the first time you visit the site -- and the PechaKucha Daily Blog -- then welcome! We've been working hard on this latest iteration of the PechaKucha website -- our 4th or 5th version of the site -- and we're still working hard at making sure everything works correctly and behaves like it should. But we're certainly happy to be able to share this new phase in the PechaKucha adventure, and there's lots more to come! Over the coming weeks, on top of our regular posts that cover the latest happenings in the world of PechaKucha, we'll also be highlighting some of the new features and new sections of the site, so stay tuned.

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PechaKucha, welcome to Omsk! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50YzGmXLgjo

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The Heroes Who Welcomed Me

In this edition of Presentation of the Day, "The Heroes Who Welcomed Me" from the Global Night edition of PKN Tokyo (Vol. 106), Luis Mendo tells us how he spent years trying to relocate to Tokyo, and now, finally, he's here to live. Here he shows off 20 illustrated portraits he put together of those who have assisted him, inspired him, and welcomed him to this wonderful country.

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Welcome to Europe as an American

"What do you call someone with two languages? Bilingual. One language? American."  Oliver Olson has spent 17 years of his life in Europe. In "Welcome to Europe as an American" from PKN Maastricht Vol. 22 he takes us on a whirlwind journey through the many funny and unexpected surprises he has encountered as an American living in Europe. 

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Waterloo Region Chapter - WELCOME

Waterloo Region Chapter is finally here! Our team is happy to welcome everyone here for this new and exhilarating project. Pecha Kucha 20×20 is a format that encourages brief, concise, visual presentations that keep the audience engaged. Each presentation includes 20 images, displayed for 20 seconds each. The images advance automatically and presenters talk along to the images, accumulating into a 6 minutes 40 seconds presentation. Bringing together our satellite campuses from the University of Waterloo is key to our mission. Over this 2014-2015 year and future years, you will see our community gathering and expressing a new sense of belonging that fun events such as the Pecha Kucha night nurture. Celebrating culture, art, innovation, technology just because "Ideas Start Here". We are really excited to see our V.1 participants' presentations! While celebrating creativity on its own by its originality, this Pecha Kucha Night (TM) is also a way to celebrate works of art by architecture, engineering, and urban planning students, faculty, alumni and community members since it also closes the Engi-Tecture: Eccentricity art show that they had put together.  So don't hesistate and come on down to visit us tonight! Pecha Kucha: Creative Projects - Sat. July, 26th @ 7pm; 60 Main Street, Cambridge. Society of Waterloo Architecture Graduates (SWAG) - BRIDGE - Graduate Student Association of the University of Waterloo (GSA)

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Welcome to Pecha Kucha Lincoln

Meet Elika. Elika had a dream… After spending most of her childhood growing up in Honduras with her Japanese father and Honduran mother, Elika went to live in Tokyo to get to know her Japanese heritage. While she was there, she discovered this amazing new community had opened up to allow creative people to start sharing their ideas and work with audiences beyond their normal circles. She went to one. She was hooked; the Pecha Kucha seed was planted! It’s probably important to point out she also met her husband Joe there. This is a vital piece of information, not just because he’s her husband but also because he’s the reason she ended up in Lincoln. After being in Lincoln for almost a year, Elika had (naturally) made some friends. Meet Atma. Atma, AKA The Wisp, and Elika hit it off immediately. They became great friends and spent a lot of time drinking tea with each other.  One Monday (after a lot of tea) Elika excitedly ran an idea past Atma; she wanted to bring Pecha Kucha to Lincoln. Atma was thrilled by the idea and immediately started planning acrobatics and dancers floating down from the ceiling on beautiful white fabric…. Meet Sam. She said no. After much tea, sushi, yoga and chit chatting Lincoln Pecha Kucha was born. It wasn’t easy to pull it off. This was new to the city so there was no way of knowing of how many people would come or how well the evening would go, but with infectious enthusiasm and a small amount of pressure, the team managed to persuade 7 really interesting local people to share their stories.  It’s incredible what happens when people are asked to do something from the heart… they just say yes.  It’s really important to mention that this isn’t a charity even and no money exchanged hands. With no financial contributions or sponsors the team had to rely on the good will of friends, both new and old. The team added a new member; the youthful, tenacious and fantastically enthusiastic Jay, a student at a local school.  With youth firmly on his side, posters advertising the event found their way all over Lincoln. The posters themselves were stunningly designed by Jack, another great friend of the team.  2015 is a huge year for Lincoln with the castle re-opening, the Magna Carta celebrations, the National Cycle Championships and the 50th anniversary of the Red Arrows. Jack managed to capture all of this in a poster that has caught the attention of Pecha Kucha friends all over the world. It took some considerable effort and patience but the end result was well worth it! The first event was held on 31st May in the beautiful historical Brewhaus bar in Lincoln. Brewhaus itself is a stunning building in the city which for years lay empty.  It’s been thoughtfully restored to be one of the best bars in Lincoln with an ethos on showcasing all the great things that are happening in the city.  The staff were also incredible, managing a last minute room change.  However none of this can happen with a great, patient tech guy. Meet Joe (Elika’s husband) properly, a great tech guy.  Who knew a projector could be so hard to find! After much running around Lincoln, the ladies from another local project, Nerd Nite, the day and loaned a projector. There was light. There was sound.  There were speakers and their presentations. All the team needed was an audience…  The turnout far outweighed the teams expectations, filling the club room in the building, and the audience were completely immersed in the stories from the speakers. After John Knight kicked off the event with a wonderful presentation on Fashion Under Fire in the 1940’s, the speakers really got into the spirit of the event and delivered interesting, enlightening and engaging presentations on painting barons, composing music, stand-up comedy, herbalism and cycling. The evening finished with an incredible talk from David Bramston about his passion for turning industrial waste items from the recycling ‘department stores’ of China into lighting.   Once the event had finished, there was a real reluctance to leave the room as people mingled, got to know each other and chatted to the speakers.  The Pecha Kucha magic extend far beyond interesting talks from passionate individuals; people made new friends. Over the next year, more Pechakucha events will be happening in Lincoln so subscribe, follow, chit chat and join in.  The team has some BIG plans for the year so whether you want to become a sponsor, a speaker, a host or in the audience, come and be a part of celebrating all the great stories and people living in Lincoln today. 

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Welcome to Cheboksary!

Friends!We started PKN project at Cheboksary Russia!Join us at facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/PechaKucha21/and get ready for the night!)Andrey and the Team)

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PechaKucha Welcomes Peatix

We're excited to announce that PechaKucha has a new Global Friend in Peatix - an easy-to-use online ticket service (and so much more) dedicated to cultivating communities and their events, much like PechaKucha Nights. Today we're kicking off a global partnership that aims to bring all of us all closer together! Look out for Peatix at your next PKN and stay tuned here for more info! 

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PechaKucha London Vol 12 - Welcome! #PKNLDN12

GET YOUR £8 TICKET HERE   In July 2016 the Mayor of London launched the #LondonIsOpen campaign, sending a vibrant message to the world that London is a united city where everyone is welcome.    Pecha Kucha is proudly joining this campaign with our 12th London event: #PKNLDN12. Taking place at London's museum of the home, the Geffrye Museum, the evening will host inspirational talks from 12 speakers on the theme of WELCOME. It also happens during London Design Festival - an annual event showcasing London's design heritage, when the world's design community comes to town.   Hosting the evening is author and journalist Sarah Thompson. Among other subjects, Sarah has written about the surprising homes found in some particularly unwelcoming buildings, and about the mixed-up experience of welcoming a child into the world. Welcomed by Sarah, our 12 speakers will then offer their interpretation of the word WELCOME. In true Pecha Kucha style, each speaker has 20 seconds to talk us through 20 slides. With only six minutes to share their thoughts, talks are always fast, funny and fascinating.    Our wonderful line up of speakers includes -  Sarah Buxton / Observational Strategist / In 20 slides Sarah will explain how to tell a great story, to build a narrative that will conjure a feeling of instant connection, and a sense of belonging - no matter the medium you choose to use / http://observereffect.io/author/sarah/ Rachel South / Upholsterer / Drawing on her experience travelling and working with weavers in India, Central America and Europe, Rachael has added exciting flair to her approach to furniture and upholstery. Her aim is to apply traditional technical excellence with a contemporary execution / http://rachaelsouth.com/ Adam Bray / Interior Designer /Adam has a reputation for making comfortable rooms that are luxurious, eclectic and unpretentious is based on a deep interest in comfort, practicality and the intelligent use of materials / http://www.adambray.info/ Kirsty Minns / Creative Director, The Future Laboratory / Kirsty’s multi-disciplined approach has continued throughout her career, which includes experience in graphic design, product design, product development, art direction and curating. Kirsty is heavily influenced by a strong contrast between her concept-led degree course and her practical eight-year commercial experience / thefuturelaboratory.com Donna Churchman / Headspace Mentor to Creative Professionals / Donna teaches an understanding that shows creatives how to navigate the blocks, spend more time in the flow and continuously thrive at being creatively awesome / www.creativeblockandflow.com Maria Jeglinska / Freelance Designer / In 2010, Maria Jeglinska established her Office for Design  & Research, working on a wide range of commissions: industrial design projects (furniture, lighting to products), spaces, filmmaking, writing as well as research-based projects / www.mariajeglinska.com/ Alicja Patanowska / Ceramacist / Polish artist and designer whose collection of  collection of hand-thrown ceramic plant pots that fit inside old glasses so both stem and roots can be seen wowed the design wordl! / http://www.patanowska.pl/ Andreas Helland / Freelance Photographer and Freelance Nurse/ http://andreas.helland.org/