BROOKLYN Search Results: “response”
Message in a Bottle
BY GEORGE BOORUJY
@ 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!
SITEWIDE Search Results: “response”
GALLERY UP at the Tom S. Gettys Art Center
Apr 02, 2009
Marlene Boll Theatre at Boll YMCA
Feb 20, 2010
Oct 15, 2010
Greater Tacoma Convention and Trades Center
Jan 31, 2011
Stanica Zilina Zariecie
Sep 23, 2011
Jun 22, 2012
Yapı-Endüstri Merkezi A.Ş.
Dec 19, 2013
Grand Stafford Theater
Mar 10, 2015
Powered by PechaKucha
Mar 07, 2018
La Conner @ Museum of Nortwest Art
Heroism, Honeymoon, Disillusionment: Four Stages of Psychological Response to a Disaster
BY LUCY-JANE WALSH
@ VOL 23
ON MAY 04, 2015
Digital archivist Lucy Jane Walsh uses images from the Canterbury Eartqhuake Digital Archive- CEISMIC, to visually guide through the 4 stage psychological responses to a disaster
Art Bound by Response
BY FIONA DAVIES
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 06, 2015
Visual artist Fiona Davis (http://fionadavies.com.au) presents the creation of Visual Bind, a website promoting the work of artists and giving a tribune to their critical writing in response to their own projects/practice and their peers's art: a barter system where each artist writes an essay and gets written about once a year, in perpetual motion starting from around 60 artists. Visual Bind will publish online quarterly journal to which interested may subscribe.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 9, 2015.
BY RYAN INGRAM
Ryan Ingram is showcasing responsible tourism in Banyan Tree Hotels&Resorts to support sustainable development. The resort's five core believes in corporate social responsibility are implemented in the set up and successful management of Al Wadi nature reserve around it actively engaging community.
PechaKucha Inspires Nepal
BY MARK DYTHAM
@ VOL 126
ON JUN 24, 2015
"Anybody who has a story to share about Nepal can make a presentation, record it, send it to us, and we can put it on our PechaKucha Inspire Channel."
At PechaKucha Tokyo's Vol. 126, co-founders Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein re-launched their disaster response initiative, "PechaKucha Inspire", this time for the heavily earthquake-hit Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal.
Building on their experiences with the ongoing PechaKucha Inspire JAPAN effort, where an ever-growing collection of Japan inspiring presentations made at PKN around the world, are being added to, shared, and viewed nearly 100,000 times through the PechaKucha website, PechaKucha Inspire NEPAL will be more nimble, allowing anyone to make a presentation and send it directly to us to upload on the Inspire NEPAL Channel.
PechaKucha's simple and accessible format combined with a tried and tested worldwide network of creativity proves again how we can rally together to truly make a difference in the world. Be inspired by this compelling presentation to share YOUR story and in turn inspire Nepal back to it's beautiful self!
To share your story, send us a mail at email@example.com.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 1st, 2015.
"It's an important and powerful time. It's also an opportunity for us to re-write the book on how earthquakes go in developing nations."
In Himalayan DIY'n from PechaKucha Katmandu Vol. 13, and as part of our Inspire Nepal Initiative, Ben Ayers, a long term expatriate resident of Nepal tells a few stories about how locals organized themselves after the earthquake, and how the inherent resiliency of Nepalis will be the key to the reconstruction.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on Monday, Aug 24th, 2015.
Freedom and Responsibility
BY ROBERT BLASKO
@ VOL 23
ON APR 10, 2017
How to mix the punk with responsibility in architecture? How to keep the towns and their communities vibrant? What is the role of the cultural organizations in 21st Century? Presentation discusses the revival of the cultural centre Stanica Žilina-Záriečie. The centre has occupied the old station building of the still operational Zilina-Zariecie train station since 2003, combining the roles of independent venue, artistic laboratory and activists’ collective. For the last 6 years, with the friends, Robert Blasko has also been renovating Nová synagóga Žilina, a modern-architecture masterpiece by Peter Behrens.
Australia's response to Refugees
BY PETER HANLEY
@ VOL 15
ON JUN 15, 2017
Peter Hanley asks "What happened to the boundless plains? What happened to sharing?" As Vice-President of the Queensland Northern NSW Branch of Amnesty International, his fervent desire is that we treat people coming to Australia seeking safety with humanity and compassion.
The topic is timely as the week 18-24 June is celebrated around Australia as Refugee Week.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Greetings from PKN Providence
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gol-MYZW0FU One fun component from the recent PechaKucha Night in Providence Vol. 7 -- see the event report -- was this video greeting. Organizer Stephanie Gerson adds: The best part of the night might not have been a presentation at all, but a greeting we filmed in response to one from the PK folks in Worcester, MA. Note that our mayor is the first “C”!
Kid in the City
As our final "Presentation of the Day" for the week -- and to kick off the weekend -- we hear from Sarkis Ghanaghounian (AKA Sako) who shares how he, as a city kid, loves growing up in a city and all the cool stuff he gets to experience. The presentation is in response to local politician Doug Holyday's recent comment about how Toronto is not the ideal city to raise children.
Hop hop hop! The Weimar co-op is going on well forward! With the new poster designed by Tereza we took off to catch the attention of potential speakers for the first PKN in Weimar. The response is good: we already gathered 6 confirmations from presenters which gives a nice minimum for a good PechaKucha to take place! This means there are only 6 more places left as we think to limit the evening to 12 presentations. At some special point we will also connect with Tokio during the Global Wave!
In today's Presentation of the Day, "Responsible Fatherhood" from PKN Louisville Vol. 9, author and father of four Shawn Gardner works with 2NOT1, an organization focused on emphasizing the importance of fathers in the family unit. Through this organization he is trying to change the lives of children for the better by encouraging fathers to take responsibility for their kids' upbringing.
Creating new photo albums for families who lost theirs in natural disasters; this is Photohoku. Brian Scott Peterson and Yuko Yoshikawa go into depth on Photohoku: a photographic movement founded in response to the giant earthquake that shook Japan in 2011. In "Photohoku 2.0" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 116 we see it's now a movement whereby photographers take photos of families affected by disasters, and give the photo albums back to the families themselves. It has grown into a global photo-giving, fundraising movement and has spread to the US, the Philippines, Australia, Korea, and many more.
PKN Davenport in the News
What's a PechaKucha Night in Davenport like? The Radish offers up a look at a recent event. Melissa Mohr, director of education at the Figge, was one of the people who brought the program to the Thursday-night lineup, and she’s been overwhelmed by the positive community response. “The topics are so varied, and it really highlights the talent we have inside our own community,” she says. One result of the program Mohr is excited about is the evolution of the collaborative creative process. Presenters not only get out of their comfort zone on the presentations, but also interact with the audience and connect with other presenters after the program. Read the full article here.
Art Bound by Response
"That ephemeral response in the conversations [about one's own art] has become an integral part of the work."In Art Bound by Response from Blue Mountains, Vol. 11, Visual artist Fiona Davis presents the creation of Visual Bind website promoting the work of artists and giving a tribune to their critical writing in response to their own projects/practice and their peers's art, a barter system where each artist writes essay and gets written about once a year in perpetual motion starting from around 60 artists. Visual Bind will publish an online quarterly journal to which interested artist may subscribe.Check it out!
PechaKucha People: Eddie Selover
Our PKN Organizer in Orlando, the soft-spoken but ever charismatic Eddie Selover deserves the PechaKucha People spotlight after what he said in response to Orlando being called “'home' to the latest record-breaking atrocity." "That’s wrong," he says "Orlando is home to millions of wonderful people, home to a thriving arts community, home to a renaissance of culture and inclusivity. That’s what it was yesterday, and that’s what it will still be tomorrow." Thank you Eddie for all the you do to bring the spirit of PechaKucha to Orlando and for being part of it's inclusive culture of creativity.