SITEWIDE Search Results: “places”
The Ivy Room
Apr 25, 2014
PechaKucha Night Istanbul MIXER Special: “Contemporary Art in Places through the Eyes of Architects
Apr 29, 2014
Impact Hub Oakland
Jul 26, 2014
The Al Whittle Theatre
Sep 18, 2014
The Place Theatre
Dec 04, 2014
Jun 07, 2016
May 18, 2017
Urban South Brewery
May 19, 2018
Nov 07, 2018
Second Street Brewery - Rufina Taproom
Mar 21, 2019
My Life with Herbs
Hannah Sylvester, one of the 40 medical qualified herbalists in the country, tells us all about her life with herbs in a nourishing and organic presentation. She reflects on the importance of listening and observing nature to flourish with it. After all there's no better design than nature itself.
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food." ― Hippocrates
Bringing a Big Boat Back to Life
BY LIZ MCENANEY
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 04, 2016
Liz McEnaney is an urban historian and preservatioist who has worked in exotic locales such as Maputo, New Delhi, and even New York City! She co-founded BldgBlok - an app that provides tourists with location-based historic content.
Liz's latest restoration project is a big one! The SS Columbia - America's oldest excursion steamship - is making its way back to the Hudson River - listen to her tale of bringing the ship back to life!
Learn more about the SS Columbia project here
Foraging and Picking
BY BRIAN CARTER
@ VOL 17
ON SEP 15, 2016
"Architects are hunters and gatherers."
In "Foraging and Picking" from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 17, professor of architecture Brian Carter provides a retrospective of twenty postcards from his many travels, highlighting what each image signifies in the mind of an architect. Carter reminds us that architecture can be an international language. It prompts travel, causing us walk into buildings, to meet people, and to listen, sense and smell the places that we go.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, November 21st, 2016.
A Brief Memoir of Architectural Space
BY JOANNA GILLESPIE
@ VOL 17
ON SEP 15, 2016
"This is my 6-minute memoir. A mediation on impermanence."
In A Brief Memoir of Architecural Space from PechaKucha Buffalo vol. 17, independent arts consultant and co-organizer of PechaKucha Buffalo, Joanna Gillespie, delivers a meditation on twenty of the fifty places she has lived since birth. From Victorian-era structures in Buffalo, NY and San Francisco, CA, to the wilds of the 1970's California coast, to modern and efficient rural Japan, to a Postmodern art utopia in Maine, and beyond, Gillespie recounts a particular memory from each space. Through all of the temporal landscapes we find ourselves in, Gillespie concludes, "We forge on, either clumsily or assuredly. We keep on keeping on." Even if we move fifty times.
A Printmaking Dreamatorium
BY MARY ALICE MILLER
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Mary Allice Miller is an editor, writer, and story-telling enthusiast! As a kid, she spent most of her time at her family’s letterpress shop—an ancient dusty dreamatorium where an imagination can wild. She is currently on the editorial staff of Vanity Fair magazine and is hard at word on a short film.
BY AVIVA ROWLEY
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Aviva Rowley and friends founded Keiki Club - an open social community for friends and flora fanatics to come together and grow plants, share knowledge, and trade collections. Attend a Keiki Club meeting in NY or California - more info here.
Aviva is a ceramicist / artist / florist from Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from Cooper Union in 2011 with a BFA. She has been finding nature in Brooklyn her whole life and stubbornly refuses to leave NY - thus forcing her to create an indoor jungle.
Pavilions of Dreams
BY JESSICA SHERIDAN
@ NEW YORK BUILD
ON MAR 16, 2017
Architect Jessica Sheridan talks about the annual Figment Pavilion design competition on New York City's Governors Island.
Jessica Sheridan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a Senior Associate at Mancini Duffy. She manages accounts for international financial and technology firms. Jessica is a NY Regional Representative on the AIA Strategic Council. She is passionate about Resilience and Placemaking.
Cricket Shelter: A Modular Insect Farm
BY MARIA AIOLOVA
@ NEW YORK BUILD
ON MAR 16, 2017
"Eating bugs is good for you, good for the planet, and good for the future!"
In "Cricket Shelter: A Modular Insect Farm" from PechaKucha Night New York Vol. 18, architect Maria Aiolova discusses her obsession with cricket farming. Her firm, Terreform ONE, built a sustainable insect shelter on site to conduct extensive research on crickets - studying their growth, social development, and reproductive habits...before harvesting the adults and turning them into tasty treats!
Maria is an architect, educator, designer, and community builder in New York City. She is an innovator in ecological design, smart cities, sustainable urban infrastructure, water, transportation, and waste. Maria is a leader in interdisciplinary education focused on future cities.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
San Luis Obispo Is a Happy Place
PechaKucha Night in San Luis Obispo Vol. 14 is happening this very night -- March 11, at the Steynberg Gallery, with presenters listed here -- and after we got in touch with organizer Tom Di Santo to wish him a great event, he shared this bit of news:National Geographic recently published a piece on the happiest places on the planet. San Luis Obispo was in the top four in the world and was the happiest place in the United States. One attribute that they called out was the amazing support for the arts here. We were glad that PechaKucha contributes greatly to the Happiness here.There was indeed temptation to move our HQ from Tokyo to San Luis Obispo. The photo is from this post, found through a Google image search.
Places on the Coast
The title of this post has a shortened version of the title of today's presentation by Barry Haynes, but the full title is "Places on the Coast You May Not Know, Places on the Coast Where You'll Want to Go." Recorded at PechaKucha Night in Gibsons Vol. 1, here's what to expect:Photographer and kayaker, Barry Haynes, tests the residents of Gibsons on their knowledge of the Sunshine Coast in a fun, interactive presentation. Many of the areas in these images are accessible only by water.
A Trip from Byron Bay to Lake Eyre
For this "Presentation of the Day," Tim Exley takes us on an amazing trip from the coast of Byron Bay to Lake Eyre, all across the surprisingly colorful outback of Australia by motor glider.
What if there was a world in which you could find acoustic plants? What would they look like? What sound would they make? That's what Keita Akiyama explores in his "Sound Flora" series.Details on next week's "Powered by PechaKucha" event at the Heineken Star Lounge in Harajuku can be found here. もし植物が音を奏でるとしたらどのようになるだろうか。電化美術に所属されていらっしゃる秋山慶太さんデザインの「音響植物」がPechaKuchaイベントに登場します。
PechaKucha Night Istanbul MIXER Special: “Contemporary Art in Places through the Eyes of Architects”
Ready to new PechaKucha Night Istanbul Special. What is relationship between modern art and architecture? An architect should have good look point of wiev. You are invited to PechaKucha Night Istanbul MIXER Special: “Contemporary Art in Places through the Eyes of Architects” organized by 34Solo for Mixer. Experienced architects will be challenged to speak to 20 images x 20 seconds each on the intersections between architecture and contemporary art. Architects will decorate places they choose with artworks from Mixer Open Space and justify their decisions to the audience. Presentations will be in Turkish. Doors will be open at 7 pm and the presenters will be announced on the event page. For more: https://www.pechakucha.org/cities/istanbul/events/5356573adbdd20d3ae000002
Art & the Places We Inhabit
From 3D printers to software, contemporary artists have numerous tools at their disposal. Designer, artist, and Adjunct Professor at Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, LSU, Justine Holzman shares a few of her projects and collaborations and discusses the detailed processes behind them. In "Art & the Places We Inhabit" from PKN New Orleans Vol. 12 we see her interest centers around the relationship between clay and landscape and the similar processes used to sculpt and modify both.
Planes and Hard to Reach Places
Some of the most unique travel destinations can be reached by two flights or less. Seek them out! Cynthia Drescher, travel editor for Condé Nast's Jaunted and pilot in training talks about small planes, remote destinations, and speed limits. In “Planes and Hard to Reach Places” from PKN Brooklyn Vol. 1, Cynthia goes into depth on discovering the rarest places you likely haven’t heard of that are just a quick flight away.
Bringing Art to Unexpected Places
"The artwork that we left behind would reflect the community." In Bringing Art to Unexpected Places from PechaKucha Night Special x MINI @ BMW Group Tokyo Bay, Creative Director D.H. Rosen talks about his art-driven Journeys in Japan including the Artist Caravan project where he leads a group of artists to places in need.
The Importance of Place
"Places affect us, and we affect places." In "The Importance of Place" from PechaKucha Night Bryan Vol. 8, Eva Read-Warden explains how places have unique features and aesthetic qualities that differentiate them from ‘space’, as well as from one another. They are where we become ourselves, connect to the world, and communities are formed. By making and preserving places, we create the opportunity to not only dwell comfortably but create a continuum on which others can build.
People Make Places
"We managed to dig out all the people's personalities. In doing the interviews we uncovered so many layers of Japanese culture which I didn't expect." In People Make Places at PechaKucha Night Tokyo. 142, Writer and entrepreneur Charlie Spreckley shares stories about the humble geniuses who make Tokyo endlessly explorable: the chef and his restaurant, the designer and her boutique, the barista and his coffee shop, or the art dealer and her gallery. His self-published book about these inspiring characters, 'People Make Places', came out this year