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Le rucher créatif
BY SIDONIE MARTINEZ
@ VOL 2
ON JUN 13, 2018
Sidonie Martinez présente les portraits des acteurs du rucher créatif, nouvel espace de travail au centre ville de Troyes. Un nouveau lieu prometteur pour cette association qui a déjà fait ses preuves en 2017 dans un autre local en proposant beaucoup d'évènements et animations: ateliers, conférences, afterworks ...
SITEWIDE Search Results: “association”
The Third Line
Dec 06, 2007
The Myer Horowitz Theatre
Oct 02, 2009
Creativity Zone (InQBate),
Nov 25, 2009
Mar 12, 2010
Tajalliyat Art Gallery
Jul 14, 2010
Stockholm Exhibition and Congress Center
Mar 05, 2011
University of Otago, Common Room
Sep 23, 2011
Nov 18, 2011
Aug 30, 2012
Dec 15, 2018
Jumping the Wharf
BY REUBEN WILLIAMS
@ VOL 17
ON OCT 09, 2013
Reuben Williams is a wharf jumper. The New Zealand Wharf Jumping Association members jump from wharfs, cliffs, and boats. Reuben shows us some of the different kinds of jumps they do. He then shows us some projects they have undertaken, what a regular outing is like, and what kinds of things you need to join.
Le Garage 2067, qu'est-ce que c'est?
BY FLORENT MOULINARD
@ VOL 14
ON JUN 30, 2016
Florent Moulinard: L'idée vient d'un constat simple : à Limoges, l'écosystème (compétences, financements et cadre de vie) est idéal pour développer des startups, mais, paradoxalement, elles sont très peu nombreuses. Le Garage 2067 est un accélérateur d'idées qui a pour but de faire émerger des startups.
Les objectifs sont une aide à la structuration, une lisibilité vis-à-vis de l'écosystème local et un réel accompagnement dans le processus de création d'entreprises.
Arizona Trail App
BY AARON SEIFERT
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 02, 2017
In the over 30 years of the Arizona Trail Association’s existence, there hasn’t a better one-stop navigational tool than the Arizona Trail App. Aaron Seifert, GIS Director for the Arizona Trail Association contributed greatly to the content of this new App with re-created and precise geography from the Arizona National Scenic Trail. The Arizona Trail App uses your GPS to locate you on the trail plus contains the trail track, over 1100 waypoints of details, profiles, pictures, and more all within an App that one can use with an Android or a iOS mobile device.
Associazione META FORTE
BY ELEONORA MILNER
Associazione META FORTE - Eugenio Ambrosin
Meta Forte nasce con l’intenzione di fornire un punto d’incontro comune, l’opportunità di vedere e pensare una trasformazione del Forte in modo creativo e attivo con la collaborazione della comunità. La finalità principale è la salvaguardia di un Bene Storico e Architettonico dal degrado del tempo e dall’incuria delle autorità preposte.
BY MARLENE OROZCO GÓMEZ
@ VOL 6
ON APR 06, 2017
Doctor Sonrisas nace en el año 2003, como una inquietud de un grupo de jóvenes, con la idea de hacer algo por los demás, un proyecto enfocado en niños que padecen enfermedades que ponen en riesgo su vida durante su tratamiento como puede ser cáncer, VIH sida, fibrosis quística, entre otras.
BY DOUNIA FERT
@ VOL 32
ON OCT 25, 2018
Initié en 2013 d’une démarche de recherche appliquée autour du lien entre résilience humaine et urbaine, le projet « Les Bâtisseuses » a pour objectif de contribuer à un leadership écologique féminin, non-exclusif, social et pluridisciplinaire. La rencontre en août 2017 de plusieurs actrices et acteurs de professions diverses a abouti à la création d’un collectif ayant pour mission la valorisation des matériaux écologiques à travers la formation, la transmission (ateliers pédagogiques) et le renforcement de filières. Lors du Pecha Kucha consacré à la Frugal(c)ité, Dounia FERT présentera le bilan de la première année du collectif et des projets réalisés.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
PKN Mauritius Vol. 2
Last week saw a second edition of PechaKucha Night in Mauritius, and organizer Stephen Ng again reports on a successful event. For me, being the organizer, Vol. 2 was a much better orchestrated event. This time, I had an actual idea of how the event should be running and what to expect: from technical difficulties to last minute changes from presentators, things went pretty smoothly. With a public of around 150 who were still mostly new to the concept, it was with amazement that they discovered how Mauritius needed this kind of event to promote designers/artists/creators. Feedback was all positive. Here's a look at that night's lineup: Jason Lafolle & Annick Sandian, (video conceptors) Ravior (jewelry maker) Architects Studio Kolektif Revey Twa (association of artists against AIDS/HIV) Gilberte Marimootoo (artist/painter) Doorgesh Mungur (photographer) Arnaud Goviden (cartoonist and design student) Bernard Thanay (artist/painter) Some of these presenters will be featured here at PechaKucha Daily in the coming weeks. Photos from the event are courtesy of Clyde Koa Wing.
PKN at Interactivity
PechaKucha Night made an appearance in Philadelphia late last month at "Interactivity," the annual conference of the Association of Children's Museums, and from this post over at the Living in Kidcity blog, it sounds like it was good fun. I would definitely support the drinking game suggested at the end of the post -- all in the name of charity! Pictured from left: Jane Werner (CEO of the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh), Jon McEuen (co-organizer of PKN Philadelphia), and Peter Exley (organizer of PKN Chicago).
Kolektif Revey Twa
Presenting at PechaKucha Night in Mauritius Vol. 2, AIDS/HIV activists Kolektif Revey Twa brought their message to the audience. Organizer Stephen Ng talks more about the association, and what it means to the country. Kolektif Revey Twa -- literally "The Wake Up Collective" in Mauritian creole -- is an association of artists who are fighting against AIDS/HIV in Mauritius. It is estimated that there are 15,000 HIV positive people in the country -- for a population of 1.2 million, this number is actually quite alarming. One of the reasons for this number is the lack of sensitization and education about the disease and how it is spread, but also a lack of initiative from the authorities to tackle the problem effectively. The "Zarbiens," a group of creative people led by Stephan Jauffret-Rezannah, Nicolas Bastien-Sylva, and Emilien Jubeau (who presented at Vol. 1) have created this collective with the objective getting things moving, along with other associations. Their presentation at Vol. 2 was indeed quite moving. They came up in front of the audience with their masks to send a specific message that the AIDS infected people are unortunately seen differently and that it could be anyone of us. They explained their motivation and their goals, by using their talents to the profit of a very important problem...and that's without asking for anything in return. In fact, they have recently engaged themselves in a huge project to sensitize Mauritians of the AIDS/HIV problem. It will mainly involve the use of billboards in strategic areas of the country that clearly will send their message and hopefully make all of us get a better understanding of the disease and the people involved. They have been doing a tremendous job already by using their time and creativity, and the thing they are waiting on now is to get the necessary funding to get their latest project up and running. Local authorities and other private organisations have already promised to do so but they are still waiting for the actions. Unfortunately this is how it is in the country. Maybe that is a call for the PK Foundation to possibly help them out...a help for the whole of Mauritius...
PechuKucha Event in Chicago
PechaKucha Night in Chicago organizer Peter Exley is teaming up with the Chicago Architecture Foundation and the Association of Architecture Organizations for a special edition PechaKucha event, to be held November 15 at the Graham Foundation. The list of presenters has yet to be announced, but Jean Linsner -- a PKN Chicago alum with her "Marriage Manifesto" presentation -- will emcee the event.
City Focus: Toronto
We're starting a new regular weekly feature on the Daily Blog, in which we highlight a PKN city. First up is Toronto, a city that is kicking off 2013 with two VERY special events, starting with tomorrow's PKN Vol. 20. Yes, it's already been 20 events -- the third longest running series in Canada, following Vancouver and Montreal -- and we congratulate current organizer Vivien Leung on the accomplishment, along with Trevor Embury, who has been producing the posters for most of those 20 volumes. We also need to tip our hat to Jennifer Flores, who started the series back in 2008. For more info on Toronto's Vol. 20, you can check out the officiel event page (pictured in this post), which includes details, and lists presenters too -- with convenient links to their profiles pages on the site. But the PK action in Toronto doesn't stop there, and so next week you can also look forward to a special PechaKucha event in collaboration with the Interaction Design Association (IxDA), as part of Interation 13 -- you'll find more info on the official event page.
PKN Santa Cruz in the News
A nice bit of press coverage for PKN Santa Cruz from the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Chip, director of the Santa Cruz Downtown Association, first became aware of Pecha Kucha several years ago and began the application process to launch "Pecha Kucha Nights" in Santa Cruz. Concurrently, Crystal Birns, coordinator for the City Arts Program, had been discussing a similar idea with the Museum of Art & History. Two months ago, the first Pecha Kucha Night launched at club Motiv in downtown Santa Cruz to a packed house. On Friday, the second "Pecha Kucha Night" will be hosted by MAH, under the leadership of Emily Hope Dobkin, with nine presenters presenting their "works in progress." Read the full story here. The city's Vol. 2 happens tonight.
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)
"Go"dly Nerdism in the Game Go
"God created Adam so he could have somebody with whom he could play the game Go."From "Go-dly Nerdism in the Game Go" from Bandar Seri Begawan, Vol. 3, founder of Brunei Darussalam Go Association Ignatius Chin shares his love and the deep history of the board game Go. He describes how Go is not just some past-time activity but a highly addictive game that carries its ancient origins and unites people (especially nerds) together. Listen as he opens your eyes to the magic that is Go.
St. Joseph - Small Town, Big Heart
"The only way to shed light on ignorance and resentment is to talk about it."In St. Joseph - Small Town, Big Heart, from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 134, Lana Rappette, Assistant and Communications Lead for the Whirlpool Creatives Association reveals that St Joseph, MI is far more than just a sleepy summer tourist destination on the shore of Lake Michigan. Sure, St Joseph has its sandy beaches and an agricultural industry fit for making apple pies, but it also has a thriving, respected and close knit arts community. One that is immune to city borders and has helped heal relationships and restore the beauty in the neighboring city of Benton Harbor. PechaKucha St Joseph was started just one year ago in early 2015. Now all people, everyday people, have a chance to share ideas and fun doing it! The city hopes to fuel a positive and creative culture through its PechaKucha platform.
City Focus: El Paso
PechaKucha Night El Paso takes the City Focus for their recent second Bi–National event in association with their sister city – PechaKucha Juarez. The two cities came together again for a two day, two city, one borderland event. Check out some amazing presentations both in English and Spanish!