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PAST VOL 2

Winnipeg
May 20, 2010

PAST VOL 4

Winnipeg
Nov 18, 2010

PAST VOL 3

Blue Hill, ME @ Peninsula Metamorphic Arts & Learning
Feb 08, 2012

PAST VOL 6

St. Augustine @ St. Augustine Amphitheater
Dec 17, 2014

PAST VOL 17

San Antonio @ McNay Art Museum
Feb 24, 2015

PAST VOL 34

Cape Town @ The Assembly
Jul 07, 2015

PAST VOL 13

New Westminster @ River Market
Nov 05, 2016

PAST VOL 19

Leiden @ Gebr. de Nobel
Apr 12, 2017

PAST VOL 17

York @ Cafe 68 - Cycle Heaven
Oct 30, 2018

PAST VOL 124

Providence @ Ogie's Trailer Park
Aug 28, 2019

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Hands that Remember the Rifle

BY JAMES GILLHAM
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 09, 2013

James Gillham touchingly recounts the experiences he had as a marine serving in Iraq. He talks about the place where he lived, his battalion's first casualty, and his ongoing battle with post-traumatic stress.

"Presentation of the Day" on November 4, 2013.

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¿La Nostalgia es lo último que se Pierde?

BY DIEGO MATOS
@ VOL 6 ON DEC 09, 2014

Diego Matos realizó un recorrido nostálgico por los iconos de la cultura de los ochenta y los noventa (cine, televisión, música, cómics…). Gran parte del material presentado está recogido en su fanzine retro ‘Back to the culture’, que también pudimos conocer en el evento. 

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How to Enter a Closed Building

BY KIRSTEN HELFRICH
@ VOL 8 ON OCT 15, 2015

Kirsten Helfrich ist Künstlerin & Kunstvermittlerin. Sie ist in Bregenz, Vorarlberg tätig. Sie beschäftigt sich mit Raum und Erinnerung. Inspiriert von Gerhard Richters "Betty" stellt sie einige ihrer Arbeiten vor. Räume tragen Erinnerungen in sich. Erinnerungen aus der Vergangenheit nehmen Einfluss auf Objekte in der Zukunft. 

HOW TO ENTER A CLOSED BUILDING
http://www.kunstvorarlberg.at/tag/kirsten-helfrich/

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Remembering the Heart of Africa

BY SUSI WYSS
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Susi Wyss shares her experience living in Africa.

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Cassowary Keystone Conservation - Three words we never want to hear "I Remember When"

BY INGRID MARKER
@ VOL 14 ON FEB 09, 2017

For 25 years Ingrid Marker was privileged enough to live with wild cassowaries (as visitors to her home) - Ingrid, Mission Beach Queensland

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A Centenarian Remembers

BY GRAHAM BATHGATE
@ VOL 30 ON OCT 15, 2016

Graham Bathgate lyrically describes his conversations and discoveries with centenarian Thelma McLean as part of a book he presented Thelma for her 105th birthday: about poetry she learned at school and loved, and could still recite; images of when she was growing up; and a life of reflections.  Thelma has passed on.  This delightful warm presentation enshrines her life and memories.  E nga mate, haere, haere, haere atu ra! 

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Remembering the Lost Towns Of Flathead

BY JONATHAN FETTER-VORM
@ VOL 2 ON JUL 19, 2017

Author and Illustrator Jonathan Fetter-Vorm takes a journey through time, exploring the old and forgotten towns near Kalispell, Montana. This rich, boom and bust history shaped much of what we see around present day Flathead Valley.

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The Things You Remember From Childhood

BY HANA ISHIKAWA
IN CHICAGO

Hana Ishikawa's career has been inspired by the playgrounds of her childhood.

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REMEMBER Tokyo

BY VASCO MOURÃO
@ VOL 164 ON MAY 28, 2019

Artist Vasco Mourão unveils an ongoing series of artworks on paper that derive from personal recollections of Tokyo’s urbanscape. Drawing in a stream of consciousness with memories flowing and intermingling, he strives to knit together fragments of the urban skin and details from selected locations around the city. In doing so, each drawing can be traced back to a unique place in Tokyo and how he remember/draws its features.


Vasco Mourãoは東京の街並みの1ページから新たなアートを生み出す魔術師。記憶をたどりながら東京の多種多様な街並みを再構築して作り上げた作品一つ一つに、彼の東京への想いがぎゅっとつまっている。作品を紐解けば、彼の東京の街並みの見方が垣間見えるかもしれない。

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Remembering the Memoir

BY JENN LOVE
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 12, 2019

Jennifer Venice Love is a teacher, writer, and self-described perennial student and audiophile. In her own words, "Words have power, and I believe in the hypotenuse as much as the right angle."

She has been digging up personal photos and listening to and reading others' stories in an attempt to unravel the inevitable knot of family and identity in the context of foster care, adoption, and abuse. In her presentation, she explores the artistic process of exploring the wounded child within while acknowledging the importance of finding her own purpose, through teaching and traveling, as an adult.

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The Flying Grass Carpet in Budapest

PechaKucha Night in Budapest Vol. 12 was held back in May, and you may remember that at the time we mentioned that PKN Amsterdam organizers Bart Cardinaal and Nadine Roos' "Flying Grass Carpet" was going to make an appearance. Photos from the event have finally popped up, and above you can see an amazing photo that showcases not only the stunning venue (at the Museum of Applied Arts), but the carpet as well.

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Streaming in the Taxi

For those who followed the Global PechaKucha Day - Inspire Japan event this past Saturday, you'll remember that we had a contant feed coming out of Tokyo. PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham got the feed going even before the start of our event here in Tokyo -- sharing posters and Inspire Japan-related videos -- and as you'll see in the photo above, he was keeping it alive even while on the go, inside a Tokyo taxi.

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A PKN to Remember in Stockholm

It was certainly a PKN to remember, with Stockholm's Vol. 38 attracting over 1000 (possibly close to 1200) for an event that included an international lineup of design, including Ross Lovegrove, David Wiberg, Mette Rode Sundström, and Anton Alvarez. We already have a few photos on the event page to share, and there will be more in the coming days, as well as the presentations themselves. Pictured left, Ross Lovegrove takes to the stage.

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Hands that Remember the Rifle

"Yes of course I'm alive, but as years have gone by I've become aware of the fact that I'm not in one piece -- that a part of me was left behind in that desert..." In today's Presentation of the Day, "Hands that Remember the Rifle" from PKN Albany, Georgia Vol. 2, former-U.S. Marine James Gillham recounts the devastating experiences he had serving in the Iraq War. He discusses the collateral damage of war, his battalion's first death, and the post-traumatic stress that affects each and every soldier upon their return home.

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A TDW (2014) to Remember

We'd like to thank everyone who joined us last week for our amazing Tokyo Designers Week event, all 700 of you! It was an amazing celebration of design, and we can't wait to do it again! Pictured here is our big traditional crowd shot, courtesy of Michael Holmes. We'll have more photos to share in the coming days, as well as the presentations. And don't forget to mark your calendar for PechaKucha Night Vol. 119, set for November 26 -- we'll again be giving away iPad minis, courtesy of Autodesk!先週の東京デザイナーズウィークにきてくれたみんな、ありがとう。700人もの方々に来てもらえました!素晴らしいデザインの祝賀会でした。次回開催が待ちどうしいです! さて、写真はMichael Holmesのいつもの大衆ショット。他の写真もプレゼンテーションとともにこれから更新していきます。 最後に、カレンダーの11月26日にPechaKucha Night Vol. 119とマークを忘れずに!またAutodeskのiPad miniを配っちゃいます!

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Last Week's Global Night

What a night! This past Friday we had our latest Global Night and we're just now starting to recover. From all the PKNs around the world, to the close to 20-hour online Hangout with city organizers, it was a night to remember. Check the Global Night Channel over the coming weeks for more updates on how things went, as well as presentations that followed the theme of "design in your city." To the left is a shot of the Hangout from PechaKucha HQ, in the early hours of the morning (Tokyo time), as we chatted with city organizers the world over. Below, our big crowd shot (we had close to 400 in attendance) at our event in Tokyo.

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The Pictures in the Hall

"He was introducing the Ziggy Stardust persona. It was obvious to everybody that it was going to be absolutely massive. I remember being aware that I was witnessing something special, the emergence of a star."In The Pictures in the Hallway, from PechaKucha Night Derby Vol. 3, Doug Smith shares an absolutely amazing PechaKucha about photos taken in London 40 years ago, of rock legends of a phenomenal era of music. Photos of Bowie, Eno, Dury, and others now gracing his hallway in Derby, an ultimately cool testament of Smith's love for music.  This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on November 2nd, 2013 and again on January 14th, 2015 following the passing of David Bowie.

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Lessons from the Road

  "Experiences bring lasting happiness, especially traveling to a new place. After all, what are you going to remember 20 years from now, your new 70" flat screen TV or that week you spent in Morocco."As the owner of two successful pubs, it's probably safe to say that Larry Porter didn't really have the time to become a travel guide. But the lessons he learned while traveling compelled him to start Porterra Travel, so he could share the joy of travel with others. In "Lessons From The Road" from PechaKucha Night Easton Vol. 3, find out how travel changed him, and how it can change you.

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Vol 17: Resonance & Reverberation

Volume 17: Resonance & Reverberation  Join us at Cafe 68, Cycle Heaven on 30th October, 8pm, for PK York's 17th Volume - Resonance & Reverberation. Our fabulously eclectic list of presenters will attempt to answer questions such as how do we connect with one another? How does the human body communicate with itself? Does one thing always lead to another? Can a single act of kindness or defiance send everlasting ripples through time and space? Why is Good Vibrations such a great album? What’s the future of messaging? Don't miss it.          

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Remembering the Memoir

Jennifer Venice Love is a teacher, writer and self-described perennial student and audiophile. In her own words, "Words have power, and I believe in the hypotenuse as much as the right angle." She has been digging up personal photos and listening to and reading others' stories in an attempt to unravel the inevitable knot of family and identity in the context of foster care, adoption, and abuse. In her presentation, she will explore the artistic process of exploring the wounded child within while acknowledging the importance of finding her own purpose, through teaching and traveling, as an adult.