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Daegu BMW MINI
Jun 21, 2013
Royal Canadian Legion #17
May 23, 2014
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Sep 16, 2015
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Aug 13, 2016
Kyiv Global Surgery Congress 2018, Powered by PechaKucha
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Sep 19, 2018
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BY ERIN REILY
@ VOL 15
ON APR 20, 2012
Photographer Erin Riley was curious about the role of military chaplains, and so she set out to find the stories behind these people. Her presentation reveals the results of her interviews and photographs.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 8, 2013.
Ed Houben is passionate about history -- most especially Napoleonic history -- and spends much of his free time participating in historical re-enactments in the Netherlands and beyond. Here he tells us about the details of his hobby, and shares pictures from his re-enactment group in Maastricht.
Landscape in Lens
BY DAVID HANSON
@ VOL 1
ON AUG 02, 2013
David Hanson takes us on a journey of his work. He examines the social landscape in America. Dealing with the issue of terrain being shaped by humans in order to suit their needs. [All photos by David T. Hanson]
"Presentation of the Day" on September 9, 2013.
Speed, Sex, Firepower
BY THOMAS TRENOLONE
@ AIA 2013 CONVENTION (JUNE 20)
ON JUN 20, 2013
Thomas Trenolone speaks about how the modern car, fashion, and architeural industry is keeping up with todays fast-growing society. He explains the use of speed, sex, and firepower in maintaining growth and stability in today's companies. He also promotes his new non-profit organization, design alliance OMAha.
Fighting Gods and Monsters
BY DYLAN TETE
@ VOL 18
ON OCT 22, 2015
Dylan Tete is the Executive Director and founder of Bastion Community of Resilience, an innovative housing program for returning warriors with lifelong rehabilitative needs. Dylan earned a Bachelors of Science in Economics and Systems Engineering at West Point, as well as an MPH at the LSU School of Public Health. During a combat tour in Iraq as second-in-command of an Infantry company, Dylan established multiple recovery projects in collaboration with the Department of State. He moved to New Orleans in 2005 where he managed the construction of several FEMA housing facilities after Hurricane Katrina.
In this presentation, Dylan shares his path of finding redemption and discovering that the only way around something is through it.
The Fight for Democracy
BY BRETT WACHSMITH
@ VOL 8
ON JAN 20, 2017
Deployed to Iraq to defend “Liberty and Freedom” in 2004, Brett Wachsmith feels privileged to have been a part of the efforts, perfect or not. Brett puts democracy into prospective by comparing the current struggle in America to those worldwide. Today he serves as the Kittitas County Treasurer, embracing diversity and with a call for unity form both sides of the aisle to preserve our liberties for years to come.
Story of new occupation of military man from Presidental Regiment.
BY DENIS TAINITSKY
@ VOL 2
ON JUN 07, 2017
Was military in Kremlin Regiment. After it he decided to leave for his home city and opened coffee hub in Volgograd.
Создатель Городской кофейни Long Bird.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
PKN Kosice Vol. 5 and 6
We get a double-header from PechaKucha Night in Kosice today, as organizer Miso Hudak sends us reports for both volumes 5 and 6. We've also included a few photos from the events, but there's lots more to see in the following Flickr photosets: Vol. 5 and Vol. 6. Vol. 5 was a special event, where we invited small NGOs to show their works and projects. We decided to invite all these organization on one night because of past experience. If you bring together organizations who educate kids in poor regions populated by Roma/Gypsy minorities, and after that some great designer shows his plans for a new light airplane you will have mixed feelings. So we chose organizations and individuals who works with handicapped people, minorities, social disadvantaged groups and similar. The audience had the opportunity to focus on different topics like at any other other PechaKucha Night. Vol. 6 was also a special event, but for different reasons. We held a PechaKucha Night on March 8th -- International Women's Day. In our central Europe region we used to celebrate this holiday for decades. Now we have two similar special days for girls and women -- Mother's Day and International Women's Day -- and we celebrate them both equally! We invited nine ladies (fashion designer, architect, jewelery designer, stage designer, graphic designer, painter, dancer, graphic designer and experimental printmaker) who also received a flower before the presentation. We moved to a new venue, old military warehouses in the city center that are transforming into a cultural centre. We love this place and as you can see in the photos, everybody loves it. You would too! We used three projections, we greeted our thousandth spectator (now we are on number 1140 after 6 nights) at PechaKucha Night in Kosice -- it was a great night with outstanding vibes and atmosphere. It was the greatest PechaKucha in Kosice ever! Below, photos from PKN Kosice Vol. 6.
The Role of the Military Chaplain, an Artist Explores Creativity, and Photos from Castellon de la Plana
Presentations Erin Riley was curious about the role of military chaplains, and so she set out to find the stories behind these people. Her presentation (from PKN Toronto Vol. 15) reveals the results of her interviews and photographs. Tyler Weiss follows up his "Thoughtless Experiment" (from PKN Williamsburg Vol. 1) with an exploration (from PKN Williamsburg Vol. 2) of what creativity means to his artwork. Posters We end the week with two additions to the Tumblr blog, starting with what you see pictured above, for PKN Moncton Vol. 8, part of the International Festival for French Cinema in Acadia (FICFA). The other new poster is for last night's PKN Taos Vol. 8. Photos Here's a photo gallery [Flickr] for PKN Castellon de la Plana Vol. 2, which was held just over a week ago. You'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. Calendar The weekend starts with the following events tonight (November 9): PKN Shanghai Vol. 20, PKN Oulu Vol. 19, PKN Las Palmas Vol. 8, PKN San Luis Obispo Vol. 18, and PKN Honolulu Vol. 16. On Saturday you'll find PKN Williamsburg Vol. 3, PKN Auckland Vol. 32, and PKN Olsztyn Vol. 1, and then PKN Azores Vol. 4 on Sunday.
Photographer Erin Reily was curious about the role of military chaplains, and so she set out to find the stories behind these people -- what lead them, as people of faith, to join the military. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Toronto Vol. 15) Erin reveals the results of her interviews and photographs.
A Platform for Aden
"We have talent in our city but there was no platform, so PechaKucha is the platform for the people of Aden." PechaKucha Night Aden organisers Heba Faheem and Elyas Khan speak on the efforts expended getting their event going in Yemen, and the profound effects it has had on their community. In "A Platform for Aden" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 123, we see that though their country is riddled with political and military strife, they have shown that PechaKucha brings out the very best in their city.
Camouflage is the New Plaid
“None of us are stalking prey or being hunted by our enemies…” Researcher and designer Sjef van Gaalen is interested in the history of why this traditionally military pattern has become part of popular fashion culture. In “Camouflage is the New Plaid” from PKN Tokyo Vol. 124, he deconstructs the ironies associated with fashion being at odds with the military and the military seemingly more concerned with the image that camouflage conveys to new recruits than with its practical, tactical use.
PK People: Monica Miller
This week we shine the PechaKucha People spotlight on PKN Ellensburg organizer, and executive director at Gallery One Visual Arts Center (where her PKN are hosted), Monica Miller, a champion of her community's talent and creativity. Having worked with arts organizations for over 15 years, Monica is dedicated to ensuring that her gallery is relevant to the community it serves, providing artists opportunities like PechaKucha Nights for networking, inspiration, and for a sustainable arts community! Monica holds a BA from the College of William and Mary and an MA from Johns Hopkins University in Museum Studies. She grew up as a military brat visiting museums around the world, and for a brief stint wanted to be a potter, and now makes ceramics dinosaur fossils with her five-year-old son, plans camping adventures with her artist husband, and rides her bike when time allows! Thanks Monica for your commitment to PechaKucha Nights in Ellensburg!