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Design Exchange (Exhibition Hall)
Apr 16, 2011
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Asia de Cuba - Mondrian Hotel South Beach
Apr 16, 2011
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Stecca 3.0 Incubatore per l'arte
Nov 28, 2013
La Cattedrale presso Fabbrica del Vapore
Nov 29, 2013
Pike Place Market - Economy Market Building
Dec 05, 2013
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Oct 12, 2017
May 16, 2018
The Whisky Bond
Jun 12, 2019
On Planes, Trams, and F1
BY TERRY CROWE
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 29, 2013
Terry Crowe touches on a few topics set as the theme to Richmond's Vol. 4: planes, trains, and automobiles. He speaks on his personal genetic origins, flight patterns above British Columbia, as well as automobiles of the past and present.
Is New Now?
BY GEERD SIMONIS
@ VOL 20
ON NOV 20, 2013
Real estate project developer and founder of C-mill, Geerd Simonis considers our rapidly changing society and what we must do to keep up with it. Urbanization, sense of life, alienation, and crisis are just a few things we must learn to deal with as society enters a new age.
The People Factor
BY LAURALEE TUPA
@ VOL 23
ON SEP 18, 2014
The only difference from one company to the next, or one group to the next, or one family to the next is the people within, makes a point Lauralee Tupa. Connecting people, building relationships, accepting the people factor,having fun in what we are doing and learning from everything we meet provides positive connection for success.
The Generation Gap
Generations are often used to define a group of people born within the same timeframe. In this presentation Jill Stapleton Bergeron explores the differences between the generations, how they are classified, and what other factors play a role in shaping the characteristics of a generation. The different generations may be more similar than you think...
Generations in Careers: Steve and Will's Story
BY STEVE CLEMENTS AND WILL COURNOYER-CLEMENTS
@ VOL 20
ON AUG 04, 2018
Dos generaciones arraigan más que una
BY VALENTINA QUINTERO
@ VOL 10
ON AUG 23, 2018
La periodista y viajera, Valentina Quintero, nos habla sobre su relación con su madre, y cómo cada una ha sido el motor de la otra. También nos cuenta sobre el proyecto que tienen ambas de mostrar al país desde distintos puntos de venta; Venezuela sigue siendo admirable no sólo en cuanto al turismo, sino en muchos aspectos más.
One Family's Memories: 100 years of our Dayton Stories
BY HEATHER SCHIEMAN
@ VOL 36
ON SEP 13, 2018
Heather Schieman the last in Dayton to bare her family name, is a 5th generation Daytonian who has a strong love of this city, not only for what it is today, but for its rich history and past. A resident of South Park, employee of UD, and frequent visitor of Ghostlight and Warped Wing, Heather is constantly creating her own Dayton stories just a stones throw away from where her family's story first began.
BY KAMI AHRENS
@ VOL 20
ON SEP 14, 2018
Kami Ahrens presentation explores the ways that Foxfire, a history museum, magazine, and book anthology based in Mountain City, Georgia, engages with the local community to capture, preserve, and share Southern Appalachian heritage. She also addresses methods for the preservation and continuation of heritage skills, especially among Appalachian youth, that are unique to the area.
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PKN Posters: Lublin Vol. 3
Lublin, Poland held their Vol. 3 this past Valentine's Day, with the theme "Passion is my Love". PKN Lublin's presentation topics included: amfudbol (football for amputees), skateboarding, slacklining (the art of rope-walking), bicycle education, students’ magazine, illustrating fairy tales, the concept of “generations zone”, subversive art in Palestine, and interior decorating. To see more great posters from PechaKucha Nights all over the world, check out our Tumblr blog.
Ecology as a Model for Agriculture
Can the agriculture industry really be sustainable for generations to come? Francis Thicke explains what agriculture and ecology have in common. In "Ecology as a Model for Agriculture" from PKN Fairfield Vol. 1 we see that he believes that we can utilize ecology in order to create more sustainable agriculture.
Digitizing the Arts
Live train-location apps, war games that teach ethics, and haptic-touch devices that allow users to virtually touch delicate works of art. Director of Caper Katy Beale explains their role in connecting the art world with the digital world. In "Digitizing the Arts" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 114, Katy introduces some of the programs they have been developing to make the arts more accessible and fun for future generations.
Conquering Mt. Fuji
Mt. Fuji casts its shadow over Japan — it has inspired generations to take up the challenge of climbing it. Will you accept? PechaKucha's own Johnny Linnert tells his story of climbing Japan's tallest mountain/active volcano: Fuji-san. In “Conquering Mt. Fuji” from PKN Tokyo Vol. 117 he shows us that, from his experience of climbing up with the mountain with his friends, there is much excitement and trials to endure while on such an adventure.
Inspiring Women of All Manner
“I’m talking about the women throughout history who have inspired others through their foresight, ambition, courage, and downright ballsiness.” Tattoo artist and ex-Navy Commander Sailor Cher tells us about some of the women who have inspired generations over the years. In “Inspiring Women of All Manner” from PKN St. Augustine Vol. 5, Cher goes into depth on the one woman who has held fast through the decades, and inspired her most: Betty Boop.
“If you’re going to talk about life, it makes sense to reference death.” Visual artist Krista Steinke speaks on her latest photography project based on a wooded region divided by a dirt road in rural upstate New York. In “Purgatory Road” from PKN Bryan Vol. 1 she speaks about the origins of her project’s name, and how the place itself has inspired a narrative that goes back several generations.
Learning to Speak: Poetry as Pursuit of Truth
"This poem is an ode to every hard working artist who knows the joy of struggle from which their art comes."In Learning to Speak: Poetry as Pursuit of Truth from PechaKucha Night San Antonio Vol. 20, poet laureate, Laurie Ann Guerrero looks back at her ancestors’ history of labor and struggle as art, a legacy of poets, musicians and painters whose artistry was a way to map and ultimately transcend the world. Art, she says, is a pursuit of truth. It was her ancestor’s many generations of that pursuit that ultimately gave her the privilege and position of being asked to make art: the maker, not the object. Through poetry, Guerrero invites us to share in that space of openness, vulnerability and ultimately grace.
Sofubi: Soft Vinyl
"When I say factory, it's often a 60 or 70-year old guy who has a shed out by the side of his house. He's pouring the the plastisol, and running it through the process, pulling out the pieces by hand, one by one."In Sofubi: Soft Vinyl from PechaKucha Night Special @ Autodesk Pop-Up in Tokyo, Don Kratzer discusses soft vinyl as a medium, and particularly soft vinyl toys made in Japan. Versatile and vibrant, it has been used for generations as a medium for making toys and figurines that is proven to last. With advancements in digital technology, new opportunities are presented to those who design sofubi figures and collectibles.
A Myth in the Making
"What's gonna be the myth from our generation? Whats gonna be our legacy? I really hope it's not Game of Thrones, cuz that'll be weird, but only time can tell." In "A Myth in the Making" from PechaKucha Night Silver Springs Vol. 7, Pete Tantisunthorn describes that we typically look at myths from a historical perspective but myths, however, are being made everyday. He takes a look at myths we may be making for future generations in our current media, specifically in comic books.
Learning to Speak: Poetry as Pursuit of Truth
"This poem is an ode to every hard-working artist who knows the joy of struggle from which their art comes."In Learning to Speak: Poetry as Pursuit of Truth from PechaKucha Night San Antonio Vol. 20, poet laureate, Laurie Ann Guerrero looks back at her ancestors’ history of labor and struggle as art, a legacy of poets, musicians, and painters whose artistry was a way to map and ultimately transcend the world. Art, she says, is a pursuit of truth. It was her ancestor’s many generations of that pursuit that ultimately gave her the privilege and position of being asked to make art: the maker, not the object. Through poetry, Guerrero invites us to share in that space of openness, vulnerability and ultimately grace.