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Seattle Art Museum
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All about Agile
Oct 04, 2013
The City Club of Cleveland
Feb 21, 2014
Powered by PechaKucha
Jun 12, 2014
Summer Reruns: Presentations People Want to See Again
The Ellen Theatre
Jul 22, 2014
Cafe Delight/ Off the Grid
Feb 25, 2015
Jan 14, 2016
The Belmont Filmhouse
Nov 27, 2018
Our Treasured Non-Moments
BY CONNIE TSANG
@ VOL 121
ON JAN 28, 2015
In Our Treasured Non-Moments from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 121, photographer Connie Tsang returns to her hometown on a yearly basis to see her parents. She speaks about the seemingly dull yet vibrant moments she captures of her parents as they transition from busily running their family restaurant, to easing into retirement, to slowly ageing before her eyes.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 6, 2015.
BY ASHLEY MCCORMICK
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 01, 2015
"A time capsule buried here in 1935 led me to think about how we communicate with a future that we will never know, via objects from the present."
Like many of us, Ashley McCormick wrestles with time - there just never seems to be enough time to achieve everything we think we need to do! In "On Time" from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea Vol. 1 she threads together some ideas and images exploring ideas about time, duration, age, aging, pace, measurements and pressures of time.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 10th, 2017.
Soft Interaction for Connectedness and Well-being
BY JINSIL (HWARYOUNG) SEO
@ VOL 6
ON MAR 01, 2016
Jinsil (Hwaryoung) Seo presents some of her interactive art research using soft/organic materials for children with autism and older adults. Her research focuses on promoting social/intergenerational connectedness and wellbeing.
Learning Long Life
BY GARY MARKLE
@ VOL 21
ON SEP 24, 2016
"When we value something, we put money and energy into it, we get a result."
In "Learning Long Life" from PechaKucha Halifax Vol. 21, Gary Markle discusses his innovative approach to fashion trends for the aging population. Gary is an Associate Professor of Fashion at the Nova Scotia NSCAD. He is currently the Chair of the Craft Division. In 2013 together with Professor Glen Hougan, Markle was awarded a two-year Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CHIR) grant to investigate strategies for designing for healthy ageing.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, November 25th, 2016.
From Barrel to Bottle
BY WILL DRUCKER
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Will Drucker is a sustainability practitioner and whiskey lover. At PechaKucha Night NYC, Will takes us through the history and process of whiskey making - from the tree to the bottle!
Will is devoted to building businesses that support the circular economy. Will hails from the cities and farms of the Midwest. College took him to Vermont where he studied neuroscience and deepened his love for the natural world. Will can't resist music, birds, biking, good food and adventure.
The Art of 'Her'
BY LORETO VALENZUELA
@ VOL 9
ON APR 25, 2017
Loreto Valenzuela talks about "The art of 'Her'". “...real adventures, I reflected, do not happen to people who remain at home: they must be sought abroad." From An encounter by James Joyce. Human encounters, as we all know, are inevitable. Most humans, adhering to their daily routine, tend to have encounters with the same people. However, when one leaves the routine and for example goes on holiday one finds themselves with many more fortuitous encounters than usual. What exactly counts as a fortuitous encounter, what effect may it have on ones life? This presentation will invite you to explore the links between art, curiosity and fortuitous human encounters.
A Centenarian Remembers
BY GRAHAM BATHGATE
@ VOL 30
ON OCT 15, 2016
Graham Bathgate lyrically describes his conversations and discoveries with centenarian Thelma McLean as part of a book he presented Thelma for her 105th birthday: about poetry she learned at school and loved, and could still recite; images of when she was growing up; and a life of reflections. Thelma has passed on. This delightful warm presentation enshrines her life and memories. E nga mate, haere, haere, haere atu ra!
Cuando podemos "ver" la demencia: las pruebas de neuroimagen
BY CARMEN M SARABIA COBO SARABIA COBO
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 21, 2017
Carmen M Sarabia Cobo es profesora en el departamento de enfermería, en la Universidad de Cantabria. Ha completado su doctorado en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, sobre el deterioro cognitivo leve y el procesamiento emocional.
Su investigación trata sobre la demencia y a la incapacidad cognitiva suave y cómo podemos detectar principios de esta enfermedad para mejorar la calidad de vida de los pacientes y sus familias.
Ella hablaba sobre la evolución del diagnóstico de la demencia usando la neuroimagen (TAC, RMN, etc.) Es emocionante entender el cerebro cuando podemos "mirar" cómo funciona.
Cycling Without Age
BY RICK NEVINS
@ VOL 19
ON MAY 25, 2018
Rick Nevins talks about the Cycling Without Age program that started in Denmark with one person's idea that an elderly person might just enjoy a ride with the wind in their face. It has grown into a global organization and Rick talks about how he and others are now bringing this program to Williamsburg.
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PKN Gothenburg Celebrates Vol. 20
Only a very few cities have made it to that magic volume number -- 20, of course -- and Gothenburg is the most recent one to hit the milestone. The city has just had its Vol. 21 -- attracting a crowd of 700+ no less -- but here's a look at the big "2-0" event, with comments by organizer Jesper Larsson. On June 6th (before the holidays) we arranged the 20th edition of PechaKucha in Göteborg! Since the number 20 is holy in this context, we also arranged an anniversary party and a previous presenter reunion besides the usual presentations. After all, it was the Swedish National Day and since people don't know how to celebrate it here, we thought we would introduce a new tradition: 20 x 20. Eccentric graffiti artist Grafitta both presented and later performed live dressed up like some beautiful creature out of Avatar. Karin Granstrand & Annika Wahlström presented the Folkdräkt 2.0-projekt, trying to reinvent the Swedish national costume. Indian PK Mahanandia presented his life story – the most heart-warming story ever told at PechaKucha Gothenburg. It was like Slumdog Millionaire but for real, and it ended with PK riding his bike all the way from India to Sweden in order to be with the love of his life. They are still married and living in Borås with their two children. Legendary progressive theatre and music group Nationalteatern warned the audience of their upcoming come back. Brittish Scott Blixen presented postpunk graphics. The chief of Sweden's only design museum, Röhsska, showed pictures of rotten fruit and spoke about the beauty of aging. Since it was the Swedish National Day, designer Dan Henriksson offered a new suggestion on how to celebrate the modern multicultural Sweden. Here is what he had to say about it: "As Swedes in general avoid waving or presenting our flag even on this day, fearing being seen as a nationalist or simply not caring, I wanted to provoke thoughts about how strong of a symbol a flag can be and what it actually means to belong to a nationality. The importance of this action is the context of our own national holiday, while creating all other countries flags but with the exact yellow and blue colours that Sweden flag has, and at the same time not presenting our own. I created hand-held fabric flags for the visitors to wave around, as well as strung up flags decorating the ceilings." The group Pervers Kroki (Perverted Croquis) presented the first issue of their fanzine and also put on a live show including arty videos, DJ Dienasty, live perverted croquis, and a copy-machine where you could xerox your genitalia. DJ Naomi Paradise playing when the people are starting to arrive. Our social media editor Frida Nelhans updating the world on what's happening on the Gothenburg PechaKucha stage in realtime via Twitter.
Hope People to Return and Live Again
To mark the release of our Inspire Japan iBook, we're sharing two presentations today, both included inside the book (see Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham's "Sendai Tanabata" here). Recorded at our Inspire Japan event here in Tokyo, "Hope People to Return and Live Again" sees Atelier Bow-Wow's Yoshiharu Tsukamoto sharing ideas on reconstruction work in Tohoku. The presentation is in English.
Call for Talks
Hi everyone & welcome to a new exciting year! Our call for talks for PechaKucha Night Vol. 14 is open! HOPE. "HOPE" is our theme for PechaKucha Night Vol.14. This theme asks you to think about HOPE. What gives you hope. How can you give hope to others. Maybe you've been thinking about new ideas and hope for healthcare, reinvention, world issues, education, food, or aging? It could be an idea about a new phone app, community initiative, product design, a discussion of tried yet failed ideas, or a crazy idea for the future. This call ends Feb. 28th at midnight. Review selection criteria, FAQs and presenter guidelines on our website prior to submitting. See our PKN vol.13 videos and visit our city page on PechaKucha Global. Please forward this email to a friend, or three, right now! P.S. Registration for PechaKucha Night Raleigh opens March 1st - www.pknraleigh.com PKN Raleigh Team - Cyn, Josh, Larry, Janet PechaKucha Night Raleigh is presented by Cynergie Studio with ideaSPARK, a program of Visual Art Exchange a 501 3c non-profit organization. Devised and shared by Klein Dytham architecture PKN Raleigh Team
Waving GoodBye Again
"I had a new clarity of how midwestern I was, and what the midwest looked like. I got really excited about something that had seemed very ordinary to me." In Waving Goodbye from United States Artists Assembly in Chicago, artist Deanna Dikeman guides us through her photography, billboard and poster projects. Her unassuming work, while humble is rife with intention and artful curiosity, relatable and resonating. Based in the Midwest, she explores the themes of family, childhood memories, dance, fashion, lost and found, life and death.This post is back by popular demand. It was "Presenation of the Day" on September 7th and again October 13th.
"A time capsule was buried here in 1935 lead me to think about how we communicate with the future that we will never know, via objects from the present."Like many of us, Ashley McCormick wrestles with time - there just never seems to be enough time to achieve everything we think we need to do! In "On Time" from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea Vol. 1 she threads together some ideas and images exploring ideas about time, duration, age, aging, pace, measurements and pressures of time.
City Focus: Halifax
PechaKucha Night Halifax takes the City Focus Spotlight for some great presentations from their recent Vol. 21. With topics ranging from craft in pop culture to design for healthy aging, from Gaelic culture in Nova Scotia to an app that makes it easy to meet new people, their presentations are well worth a look!
Learning Long Life
"When we value something, we put money and energy into it, we get a result." In "Learning Long Life" from PechaKucha Night Halifax Vol. 21, Gary Markle discusses his innovative approach to fashion trends for the aging population. Gary is an Associate Professor of Fashion at the Nova Scotia NSCAD. He is currently the Chair of the Craft Division. In 2013 together with Professor Glen Hougan, Markle was awarded a two-year Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CHIR) grant to investigate strategies for designing for healthy ageing.
There And Back Again: A Designer's Tale
"LA was just not the place for me anymore, so I packed up my stuff and moved home to Edmonton. But I had this flashly resume, so where would I fit in?" In "There And Back Again: A Designer's Tale", from PechaKucha Night Edmonton Vol.26, designer Melissa Krystofiak's career has taken her behind the scenes of some Hollywood's biggest movies. In this presentation, she shares how her experiences working in different design discliplines has shaped her ideas about work, community and creativity.
"A time capsule buried here in 1935 led me to think about how we communicate with a future that we will never know, via objects from the present."Like many of us, Ashley McCormick wrestles with time - there just never seems to be enough time to achieve everything we think we need to do! In "On Time" from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea Vol. 1 she threads together some ideas and images exploring ideas about time, duration, age, aging, pace, measurements and pressures of time.