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Translating the Digital into the Physical World

@ VOL 5 ON SEP 14, 2015

Jeff Donaldson takes us into his obsession with the glitch world - creating knits and woven fabrics generated by game consoles, websites, data backups, and viruses to create physical, and wearable items!

Jeff  is an artist and designer based in Maryland. In 2001 Donaldson began preparing video hardware to intentionally short-circuit. This practice is the foundation for his textile and surface design practice.

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The United Nations of Food

@ VOL 7 ON DEC 04, 2015

Hear Charles Bibilos, writer of the United Nations of Food blog, talk about his quest to eat food from every country in the world (160 countries), without ever leaving New York City. Yum!

Help Charles finish his quest! Help him eat: East Timor, North Korea, Papua New Guinea, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Botswana, Burundi, Central African Republic, Djibouti, The Gambia, Kenya, Mauritania, Mauritius, Namibia, Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville), Rwanda, Swaziland, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

If you can help, or want to go out to eat with Charles, email him at

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Message in a Bottle

@ VOL 8 ON MAR 04, 2016

George Boorujy was born and bred in New Providence New Jersey, and now lives in Brooklyn, along with almost everyone else. He is represented by P.P.O.W. gallery in New York, and teaches at the School of Visual Arts. 

Check out George's project, New York Pelagic, here!

Read about the bottle that washed up on a beach in France here!


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Ottawa @ Arts Court Theatre and Studio
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Pittsburgh, PA @ assemble, a community space for arts + technology
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Sioux Falls @ Sioux Falls Design Center
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Vancouver @ The Vogue Theatre
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From the Countryside to the Digital Arts


Priscilla Vaillancourt entered the digital arts program because it was the only concentration with places available- she had never used a computer for anything other than sending an email. It has not been an easy path, but she is proud of her achievements.

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Emily Sue Laird

@ VOL 14 ON OCT 14, 2014

Emily Sue Laird is an installation artist, sculptor, and set designer living in Nashville, Tennessee, with her two cats. Here she shows her various designs and projects.


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Emily has a hammer

@ VOL 33 ON MAR 03, 2015

Emily Jaques and Bob Belote work at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.  It's a busy place where visitors test exhibits to their limits.  Emily and Bob make sure nothing breaks.

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Art Barge: Trans Empire Canal Corporation

@ VOL 14 ON NOV 17, 2015

Erika Abbondanzieri, AIA
Watts Architecture & Engineering
Trans Empire Canal Corporation [aka TECCORP]

Erika Abbondanzieri is a member of the Trans Empire Canal Corporation [TECCORP] team, which, in partnership with the Burchfield Penney Art Center (Buffalo, New York), has launched the “art barge” project. TECCORP aims to purpose art as a resource to examine the complex ways the Erie Canal has shaped and continues to shape our political, cultural and economic realities.

To learn more about TECCORP, visit

To learn more about the Burchfield Penney Art Center, visit

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The Birth of a Banana Treat Empire

@ VOL 26 ON MAR 09, 2016

Founder, Chief Banana Peeler. Bobby Walker graduated from the Air Force Academy in 2011 after which he was a program manager and human factors scientist in the Air Force. Bobby foundedFronana in 2014 and has bootstrapped to it's current market position.

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Digital Art: Can it Emulate the Textures of Traditional Art?

@ VOL 15 ON JUN 15, 2017

Jason Hill asks about Digital Art: Can it Emulate the Textures of Traditional Art?A second-year university student, studying Media Design at JCU with a passion for web design and photography, he currently works in IT/marketing at a finance company (Finance One), and runs his own freelance design business.

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The Empire, War & Cricket

@ VOL 17 ON AUG 30, 2017

Dr Dean Allen is a recognised Historian and speaks of his love for a small Karoo town in the middle of no-where just outside Cape Town.

How this little town was created over 100 years ago as the Jewel of Africa where the rich and famous went on holiday, the turbulent history of corruption and bribes established the owner of the town in the upper class through cricket and war to his business relationship with Cecil Rhodes

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Emily! Don't Do That!

@ VOL 11 ON SEP 06, 2018

"I use sound to express things that cause me frustration and joy. I find it cathartic and I find it so much fun. It makes frustrating things tolerable and fun things magical. For me, sound captures experience, truth, and memory in a way that no other sense can."

Despite the seemingly obstructive title, Emily Peasgood shows she is a risk-taking creative who throws caution to the wind (sometimes literally), experimenting with sound and social encounters, her work is original, thought-provoking and uplifting.

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Haiti Progess Report

As you are probably well aware, all of our "PechaKucha for Haiti" efforts are made possible because of our collaboration with Architecture for Humanity. In this post you'll find the latest Haiti progress report from Cameron Sinclair, with details on how things are going, what is currently needed, and more info on how to volunteer. A lot has been happening in the past several weeks as we establish our Rebuilding Design Center in Port-au-Prince and distribute our manual of earthquake and hurricane construction advice on the ground and online (via the Open Architecture Network). Following are some recent news and needs from the Haiti team. We will be sending out updates regularly as Haiti progress reports. Yes, you can unsubscribe:) See below. Immediate Needs: Currently our field team are looking to fill the following immediate needs urgently. If you can help, please email us. 1) Diesel SUV (any brand, Toyota easiest to repair and maintain in Haiti) 2) Creole/French Speaking Design Fellows. Please see the design fellow opportunity. This is a great opportunity to give back and be a part of the long-term recovery effort. 3) Structural Engineers (on-going). Please sign-up to volunteer if you are interested. 4) House Share: We're considering renting house if you are working in the area and want to share accommodation, please email us. We can let you know what the rates would be. Team on the Ground: Our program management team is currently on the ground in Haiti. It includes two regional program managers.... Learn more. School Site Visits: Work is beginning on the Haiti School Initiative. Our Haiti team recently paid a visit to Cité Soleil–an extremely impoverished neighborhood of Port-au-Prince–to evaluate the conditions of schools affected by the quake... Learn more. StudentsRebuild We're very excited to be partnering with the Bezos Family Foundation and Global Nomads Group to inspire students to support and follow the long-term recovery effort in Haiti. We'll be working with middle and high school students over the coming years. Know a smart kid? Haiti Inflation We're beginning to put together preliminary costing for schools and managing the reconstruction program. Inflation means that our funds will be stretched to the limit. Milk? $12. If you are working on costing, email us and let's share notes. Volunteer Opportunities: Our goal is to invite volunteers to support projects in the field starting in the summer. This is contingent logistics and security on the ground. If you read the cost information above, you'll see that housing and transport are going to be hurdles. If you are interested in going, we'll be sending a followup email with instructions in the coming weeks. Please look out for it. Please Note: Architecture for Humanity's funding is limited. All volunteers will need to cover the costs of their own travel, food and accomodation. More details to come! Volunteer Sign-up: Friends who are interested? Let them know how to sign-up. We'll add them to this email.


New City Requests

It has come to our attention that the form on our site for requests to "start a new PechaKucha city" hasn't been working properly for weeks, and so there are probably many requests that we have not received. If you tried getting in touch in the past month or two and never received a reply from us, do get in touch by email, we'd love to hear from you.


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 - 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

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Malware Art

When Roman Milo received an email post-card in his inbox back in the late 1990s he was delighted to open the image. Little did he know that this email would not only destroy his studio's computers, but also change his art style over the course of the next 10 years.  In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Toronto Vol. 12) Roman tells us that this little digital letter was actually a computer virus written by a KGB hacker group based out of Romania. He speaks of his following near-obsession with deciphering and examining the Base64 character set with which the trojan horse was written. As a result, he began to paint and construct art based on these digital runes.


June 3rd Speakers Finalized!

Our speakers for June 3rd are finalized. Here's a couple to whet your appetite!Speaker #1: Joe NatoliGRAY MATTERS: 20 surprising ways your brain influences your experiences@joenatoli-----Speaker #2: Marci DeVriesDefining Ethical Business Practices @marcidevriesFor more information, visit Also, consider signing up for email updates by submitting our email opt-in form:


June 3rd Speakers Finalized!

Our speakers for June 3rd are finalized. Here's a couple to whet your appetite!Speaker #1: Joe NatoliGRAY MATTERS: 20 surprising ways your brain influences your experiences@joenatoli-----Speaker #2: Marci DeVriesDefining Ethical Business Practices @marcidevriesFor more information, visit Also, consider signing up for email updates by submitting our email opt-in form:

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Taking April Proposals Now!

It's official! You have 4 weeks to get us your idea for your mind-blowing PK presentation for April, 2015. The deadline for submitting a proposal is Monday, March 23. Just email us ( 1-2 paragraphs and 3-5 images that give us a sense of what you'd like to present. The next PK Night will be April 21 and April 22 -- join us!  


How to submit

Email Liz Sheehan at Send a link to your current work and your contact info. submissions are juried only for space & time constraints - each event allows for about 8 presentations. If your work doesn't fit on a given night, we'll save it for the next one! Any creative idea is fair game - we only ask that it not be a sales pitch for a business or product (but please, tell us how your idea got started!) Presentations are recorded and shared online. If you are concerned about copyright, you can include a watermark on your images. see Creating a Presentation once you are scheduled!        

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PechaKucha People: Peter Exley

Chicago's PKN Organizer, and co-founder of Architecture is Fun, Peter Exley steals the PechaKucha People Spotlight again with the American Institute of Architecture electing him as At-large Director at the 2016 AIA Convention in Philadelphia. Congratulations Peter! So proud to have such leaders in the crew!