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Antigua Fábrica Estrella Damm
Oct 01, 2010
Feb 22, 2012
Feb 09, 2011
Sep 27, 2012
Former Power Plant
Nov 27, 2015
Konan CUBE (Hirao School of Management)
Apr 15, 2016
Katoomba Brewing Company
Sep 24, 2016
Sep 20, 2017
Remnant Brewing Company
Sep 18, 2018
Sep 26, 2018
My Life in Transition: A Personal Journey to Living Authentically
BY MARNI PANAS
@ VOL 25
ON JUN 09, 2016
"This may suprise you but I'm Catholic. When I asked my priest if our family could continue to practice our faith, he said, 'I have no idea...but we will walk this journey together."
Marni Panas shares a heroic story of transitioning from her assigned male gender into the woman she always has been. She talks the challenges and joys of finally living one's life authentically and proudly as a transgender woman.
Gute Zeit für (Asylwerber) Menschen mit Potenzial
BY STEFAN BITSCHNAU
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 02, 2016
Charles Onyebuchi Chubuzor ist seit April 2015 in Österreich. Gewalt und kriegerische Auseinandersetzungen bewogen ihn dazu sein Heimatland Nigeria zu verlassen. Inzwischen hat er seine eigene Firma in Vorarlberg. Gemeinsam mit Stefan Bitschnau gründete er Bergzebras. Wie das möglich war und was er mit seiner Firma macht, erfahren Sie hier! An Einfallsreichtum und Mut fehlt es den beiden jedenfalls nicht! http://bergzebras.at
Brewing a Creative Community
BY MAXIME PECSTEEN
@ VOL 142
ON DEC 14, 2016
"What we create is a 360 degree experience for the taster."
In Brewing a Creative Community from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 142, Beer Lover Maxime Pecsteen goes into depth on his craft beer project and the possibility to create an alternative brewery based on the principle of community and co-creativity. The Brussels Beer Project was founded in 2013 in a garage and now aims at shaking up the Tokyo craft beer scene!
Twenty Beers That Changed My Life
BY MARK PHILLIPS
@ VOL 9
ON APR 25, 2017
Mark Phillips talks about his discovery of craft beer and shares the 20 beers that have changed his life. A personal journey of discovery and appreciation, whilst trying to remain sober! Cheers to good beer and a wonderful life!
Artificially Intelligent - No! - Yes for Real!
Hew Leith gave his PechaKucha at Vol. 17 of the London Series and introduced the audience to IntelligentX, the world's first beer brewed by artificial intelligence which he created with Dr Rob McInerney.
When The Guardian hear about A.I Beer they agreed it may be the first use of AI they feel okay about - "AI might be shaking up life as we know it, but like any good party guest, it’s about bringing the beers. That’s according to the work of London-based company IntelligentX, which is using artificial intelligence to brew the perfect pint"
Right after Hew's talk I know most of the audience were already Googling to find out more - order your own AI Beer here - http://intelligentx.ai/
BY MATTHEW CUMMINGS
@ VOL 26
ON FEB 08, 2018
This is the journey of a “classically” trained glassblower into the tipsy world of brewing. Matthew Cummings discusses how those two passions intersect, and why in the hell someone would even think to open a glassblowing studio and brewery together. Craft Beer has become as much a part of my artistic expression as sculpture and glassware design. This is Craft(ed) Beer.
Stesti Brewing Company: Brewing Czech-Style in Texas
BY DENNIS GORE
@ VOL 18
ON MAR 05, 2019
Dennis Gore talks about his inspiration for and the artistry of brewing Czech-style beer.
Climbing and Beer
During the 14 years that Joel Irby lived in Colorado, he spent hundreds of days climbing in the mountains. Every once in a while he would come across one of those great endless views, composed of layer upon layer of mountains, which eventually dissolved into the clouds on the horizon. These stone clouds gave him his company's name and continue to inspire its sense of adventure and quest for new beer experiences.
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PKN Tromso Vol. 11
As we mentioned the other day (while showing off the poster), Tromso held its PechaKucha Night Vol. 11 this past Thursday, which doubled as an Inspire Japan event. Below, more from organizer Magdalena Haggarde. We'll also be soon receiving one of the presentations (by Helder Neves) that we hope to share with you online -- you'll find all of the presenters listed on the event page.Everything went so well, with several people from the audience proclaiming our Vol. 11 the best ever! We really did have a great lineup, and a high level of presentations. Lots of interesting facts, knowledge, passions, reflections, projects and stories were shared. From the photos I've sent, you may notice that we tried a new venue...well, new to us but quite old really -- Ølhallen (the beer hall, yes indeed..) is one of the most emblematic "bars" in Tromsø and part of the Mack brewery. In some ways, PKN Tromsø returned "home," since our first 7 PKNs were held in Kjeller5, another space in the labyrinthic complex that is the brewery quarter. The Mack/Ølhallen people are so enthusiastic, sweet and supporting, letting us use their space when our usual venue gallery Kurant couldn't host us due to exhibition preparations -- but as you can see, the interior is...interesting! But we realised that PechaKucha fits in and makes its space anywhere, whatever the surroundings!
PKE in Leeds
There's a special PechaKucha event set to happen in Leeds on July 18, although it will still part of the city's regular PechaKucha Night series (Vol. 11) -- you'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. Below, more details from PKN Leeds organizer Stuart Hide.PKN Leeds has come together with Interior Educators (IE) to hold an independent Pechakucha event their third annual IE Free Range graduate show entitled ‘Re-Imagine’ to be held at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick lane, London on Monday 18th July. The IE Free range Re-Imagine show is the largest exhibition to view the best work from 2011 graduates from leading undergraduate courses in Interior Architecture and Interior Design within the UK. This year will see over 300 graduates exhibiting at the show. In celebration of the students achievements, IE are putting on a number of special events over the course of the show. The launch of the show on Thursday 14th July (6-10pm) will no doubt be a momentous occasion with the initial opportunity to view the show accompanied with beverages and music. Friday 15th (10am-5pm) will see the celebrations continue with a specialist publishers day, where a number of publishers will be providing book presentations, launches as well as stalls around the subject area of ‘Interiors’. Over the Saturday, Sunday and the Monday the exhibition will continue for all to enjoy. On the evening of Monday 18th July (7-10pm) acting as a book end to the show and as the crescendo to the whole event, PKN Leeds in association with IE have organised a specialist PechaKucha Night around the theme of ‘Re-Imagined Spaces’. This is billed as the largest interiors based PechaKucha held this year. With some of the leading UK practioners, academics and thinkers the discipline has to offer. The event is free to all so please join us for an evening of thinking and drinking within a re-imagined space!
PKN Barcelona Vol. 14
Pictured above, that's Petz Scholtus, who has been the amazing organizer of PechaKucha Night in Barcelona since its start, and the recent Vol. 14 marked her final edition as organizer. Don't fret, the PKN Barcelona will continue under the guidance of Marc Morro, and here's a report from Petz. All photos in this post are by Benjamin Julve, and there's more to see in this Flickr photoset.The old beer brewery of Estrella Damm was packed once again last friday night for the 14th PechaKucha Night in Barcelona. Those that managed to get in could enjoy the 11 presentations while drinking beer and eating delicious stuffed potatoes. Amongst others we had Rafa Bonichon explaining why Mad Men is dead, and Marga and Arcadi told the story of their Barcelona pins that got banned by the City Council. Gary van Broekhoven convinced us that creative people should never work for free and our photographer Benjamin Julve did a 'behind the scene' presentation about the last 3 years of PechaKucha in Barcelona. More information, videos and photos can be found on our local blog. Below, new organizer Marc Morro. And a few more photos from PKN Barcelona Vol. 14.
A Japanese Micro Brewery and a Closer Look at the Brain
Presentations As any true beer connoisseur will tell you, all beers are not created equal. In this presentation (from PKN Tokyo Vol. 94), Shiro Yamada talks about the micro brewery he helped create to make a better beer (Nippon Craft Beer Inc.) and the "KAGUA" scented ale he's been producing. This presentation (in French, from PKN Lausanne Vol. 8) gets rather "heady," as Pierre Magistretti takes everyone on a detailed tour of the brain, and other aspects of newrobiology (the study of the nervous system). Posters New on the Tumblr blog today is the poster you see above, for the upcoming PKN Nagoya Vol. 12. The event will be held on August 24 at Montage Lounge. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QniQ5qxaubQ Videos Dnipropetrovsk's PKN Vol. 2 was yesterday (or is possibly still happening as we write this), and organizer Volodymyr Nedogoda has shared the video you see above, to give us an idea of what the city's Vol. 1 -- held back in May -- was like. Calendar There are two events on tap for today (August 1): PKN Glasgow Vol. 9 and PKN Azores Vol. 3. Tomorrow gets a bit busier, with the following three events: PKN Winter Harbor Vol. 6, PKN Springfield, IL Vol. 8, and PKN Victoria Vol. 10.
PKN Winnipeg Vol. 13 Recap
On March 7, PechaKucha Winnipeg's 13th installment took place at the Park Theatre. We are all in agreement that this may have been one of the best ones yet! Although to be honest, we probably say that every time. Certain themes seem to evolve out of PechaKucha Nights. It's an organic thing; the presenters don't create idea cartels ahead of time. This time the ideas were diverse but kept circling back to (as one member of the audience put it) how design and visual communication can power physical and social change. The 11 presentations were all remarkable in their own ways: some poetic, some more visual, and then there was the musical finale. Our presenters were: Matt Henderson (Teacher and Activist) Andrew Yankiwski (Partner, Precursor Productions) Blair Helgason (Designer) Brian Kelcey (Writer, Speaker and Policy Consultant) John Johnston (Freelance Photographer) Nicole Barry (Co-Founder, Half Pints Brewery) Wendy Sawatzky (Artist), Matt Brooks (Graphic Design, RRC Student) Howard Gurevich (Owner, Gurevich Fine Art) Joseph Ranseth (Purpose-Driven Marketer) Erin Propp & Larry Roy (Singer/Songwriter). The GDC Manitoba Chapter is proud to present PechaKucha Night and to be part of the worldwide phenomenon. To read more about the presenters, please visit the event page at pechakucha.org. Karen Niedzwiecki, CGD has written a recap of the event on her blog, karenia. Carson Samson, CGD has also compiled notes ("snippets," he calls ’em) of each PKNWPG Vol. 13 presentation. You can read his account at DesignBusiness.ca.
Art Week Pecha Kucha
We are pleased to announce presenters for the upcoming Pecha Kucha Night to be held as part of the Otago University Students Association's annual Art Week. Presenters:* Brian Miller // A history of Dunedin illustrator Ralph Miller* Jed McCammon and Clarke Hegan // The Yellow Men present their latest art exploits* Katya Gunn // Bead artist extraordinaire* Sarah Flourish // Artist & gallery manager* Jacque Ruston // Artist & bouquet fancier* Aroha Novak // Artist & cardboard wrangler* Tom Tremewan // On good music* Henry Johnson // Ethnomusicology & Taiko drumming* Keir Russell // Firebug, fire performance & entrepreneur* Catherine Cocker // Sculptor and installation artist* Roel Wijland // Brandbach and poetic brandscapes* Derek Morrison // Photographer and surfer See their images and hear their stories on Wednesday 18 September.Doors open 7.00pm, starts 7.30pmUniversity of Otago, Union Building, Main Common Room, 640 Cumberland Street, Dunedin General Admission: $10, Students with ID: $5Door sales only, Cash only Special thanks to OUSA, Refuel, Emerson's Brewery, the Creative Communities Dunedin Scheme, Dunedin City Council and Klein Dytham Architecture. Don't miss this creative culture showcase!
The Poor Brewers
“Trust me when I say that sharing beer is not a bad way to spend time.” Marilee and Karl Rutherford really like beer. So much, in fact that they decided to go all in and make their hobby into a business (Rude Hippo Brewing Company). Though their pie-in-the-sky initial plans were downgraded to something more realistic, what they traded in volume, they gained in momentum. In “The Poor Brewers” from a special AIA 2014 Convention edition of PKN Chicago, hear the story of their trials and ultimate triumph.
#PKNADL17 "Sustainable House Day" - the Adelaide Sustainable Building Network (AdelaideSBN) and PechaKucha Night
Come join us at The Joinery for #PKNADL17 "Sustainable House Day" - the Adelaide Sustainable Building Network (AdelaideSBN) and PechaKucha Night - Adelaide event this FRIDAY the 11th for a quick fire display of some of the most sustainable homes in South Australia! Sustainable House Day (SHD) is Australia’s largest national sustainability event giving people the opportunity to see and learn from the best environmental homes. This year the Alternative Technology Association (ATA) is partnering with EnviroShop to hold SHD on Sunday, September 13th, 2015. In the lead up to SHD 2015, #PKNADL17 focuses on six (6) SHD 2015 sustainable homes in Adelaide as part of a fun event where you can meet the architects, designers, builders and owners who created these low footprint homes and buildings - hear about the projects at SHD 2015/PechaKucha Night prior to selecting which house you want to see! Fantastic tastes of South Australia will also be available on the night - Thanks to our sponsors; Cafe Troppo Whistling Kite Wines Goodieson Brewery and Door Prizes and Raffles by De La Liff, Headshots Adelaide and Sustainability House - all be part of what is set to be a cracker of a night! #PKNADL17 – AdelaideSBN / PechaKucha Night - Adelaide Collaboration "Sustainable House Day/Pecha Kucha Night" Date: Friday, 11th of September, 2015 Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm Venue: The Joinery – 111 Franklin St, Adelaide 5000 Tickets: $8 Online at Eventbrite, or $10 at the door. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/pknadl17-sustainable-house-daypecha-kucha-night-tickets-18130336324 Speaker Line-Up: Brett Aylen | TS4 Architecture | The Miller Residence Mark Thomas | Goodhouse | Goodhouse #05 & #07 Mark Clayton & Jeremy Miller | Sustainability House | Emily Street Residence Bohdan Dorniak | Bohdan Dorniak Architects | Peacock House Nathan Mcgair | Passive Resistance House Peter Morrison | Strawbilly House Come join the AdelaideSBN and Pecha Kucha Night - Adelaide for a rapid-fire presentations of some of the most sustainable homes in South Australia!
City Focus: Huntsville
Home of the Space and Rocket Center and one of our newest cities, PechaKucha Night Huntsville takes this week's City Focus for hosting it's first volume at Mad Malts Brewery and Tap Room. While we highly encourage shooting for the stars, we can't condone drinking beer and flying rockets ;-) Be safe now, Huntsville.
Let's Talk About Food
Yes lets. Talk about food. Because it is July which is fast becoming one of Gisborne's calendar highlights with the wonderful GIZZY FOOD MONTH. This month locals will enjoy a long, very long, lunch at a local brewery, a huge degustation event at a French Restaurant, a charity lunch with Ben Bayly and a themed Pecha Kucha night to be held right on the beach front at Waikanae Surf Club. Generally we considered themed PK nights to be too much of a good thing with potential to lean toward that shady place - death by powerpoint. But, who doesn't love food. surely, we thought to ourselves, there must be some amazing foodies around the town and we can quitely tell you in advance tht there is some real talent out there. This is no tv cook off, we have a nutritionist, coffee afficiandos, a chef, a honey man, the master of sourdough and who knew we have a talented food stylist living in Gisborne. Get along and check it out and check out the new Surf Club building at the end of Grey Street. Entry is at the back of the building and up a flight of stairs. See you Friday at 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start. Seating is limited so grab a ticket from the smashing refurbished Interiors at Ballance St Village and don't risk missing out.