HUDDERSFIELD Search Results: “wisdom councils”
Council mottos: the good, the mad and the utterly meaningless
BY MATT CLACK
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 16, 2018
Matt Clack takes us on a tour of UK local councils and their attempts to sum up their identity in a motto.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “wisdom councils”
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Shanghai World Financial Center
Jul 24, 2013
Foundry, Sheffield Students' Union - University of Sheffield
Nov 20, 2014
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Shanghai World Financial Center
Oct 23, 2013
The Ellen Theatre
Nov 12, 2013
May 05, 2014
Sep 10, 2015
The Park Theater and Movie Cafe
Sep 23, 2015
Centre Stage at Surrey City Hall
Mar 24, 2016
Feb 23, 2017
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Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House
Apr 17, 2018
Incorporating Aboriginal Wisdom to Promote Ecoliteracy
BY JUNE KAMINSKI
@ VOL 6
ON MAR 24, 2016
Ecological sustainability is a goal of many Canadian organizations and professionals, including nurses. The most logical source of sustainability wisdom that promotes ecological wholeness are traditional Aboriginal teachings and philosophies. Nursing educational programs are beginning to incorporate Aboriginal wisdom into curriculum to promote holistic nursing care of First Nations, Metis and Inuit people and to help evolve ecoliteracy. Nursing faculty follow a mandate to teach students to be active agents of advocacy for global issues including environmental health and ecology.
This Pechakucha by June Kaminski addresss how students create content to help nurses explore ecological issues and engage in the process of finding solutions to critical issues, and how Aboriginal wisdom supports this. It also explore show the Canadian Nurses for Health of the Environment encourages all Canadian nurses to become involved in promoting ecological sustainability on a national level.
Closer To Something
BY GARY RICKE
@ VOL 4
ON AUG 11, 2016
Gary Ricke was contemplating reaching 50 years of age when, on his actual birthday, he heard the story of Joshua Prager and his book, 100 Years: Wisdom from Famous Writers on Every Year of Your Life. These observations on the topic of aging changed everything Gary had ever thought about getting older, so, for “Closer to Something,” he decided to pair his life story with some of the universal truths expressed over the centuries.
The Wisdom in the Room
BY JUSTIN COHEN
@ VOL 15
ON SEP 21, 2016
Justin Cohen presented about finding 3 things that make you want to change who you are, what you want to achieve and how you plan to do it. He made his presentation interactive and invited 3 members of the audience to share their 3 things briefly.
(Un)Conventional Wisdom – Going Against the Grain
While researching 18th century mechanical tables by J. F. Oeben [pronounced O-Ben], J. Leko has been nearly kicked-out of such notable museums as the National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Cognacq-Jay, Musée de Nissim de Camondo, and the Louvre (Paris), Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam), and the Victoria and Albert Museum (London). Actually, the Louvre did turn him away, come to think of it…
He occasionally teaches others and accepts commissions to build things for people that require far too much time!
The Wisdom of 24 Solar Term
BY KO- PING KAN
@ VOL 38
ON SEP 29, 2018
The works have won iF Packaging Design Award, Golden Tripod Award, Design For Asia Awards (DFA), and Golden Pin Design Award.
Established Solar Terms and Diet Lab in 2012 devoted to the boundless culture of Chinese solar terms, diet, and life.
Published eight books including Seasonal Food for 24 Solar Terms, Lead a Life on 24 Solar Terms, Taiwanese Pickles, Cook for Love, Taiwanese Good Wild Vegetables, Eat Sour with the Wisdom of 24 Solar Terms, Taiwanese Fermented Sauce, and Rice Ball Club, Big house number, This speed, surround island is just right.
Ancient Wisdom of the Indigenous in Taiwan
．In 2016, the Ministry of National Culture designated the holder of important traditional arts and cultural assets preservation technology
．Complete the "Island. Four Seasons" fiber creation in the public art of Taoyuan International Airport in 2016
．2016 Public Art "Wings of Dreams" won the first Public Art Excellence Award of the Ministry of Culture
．Inauguration of the “S’uraw kindergarten” in 2010 Opened the Minority Language Learning School and assisted in the establishment of P’uma elementary school in 2016
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
The Power of PechaKucha
We hand over the controls to PechaKucha Night in Gothenburg organizer Jesper Larsson -- his Vol. 24 event was held just last night -- who talks about the perks of being a PKN organizer. As a PechaKucha organizer you sometimes ask yourself if it's worth all those hours you put in. But then you go on vacation to Central America and find out you have PechaKucha colleagues in every other city. Take this example with Panama City. I went there by myself and only knew about two places in town, the place I was staying at and the offices of TBWA / Panama, the local producers of PechaKucha Night. From left: Jesper Larsson (PechaKucha Night in Göteborg) and Ricardo Fernández (PechaKucha Night in Panama City). Words of wisdom at the TBWA / Panama office. I had a great time hanging out with local PechaKucha organizers Ricardo Fernández and Juan Cruz Soares Gache. As an organizer I highly recommend you use the power of a 385 city strong network -- what company can compete with that? -- and contact the local organizers of PechaKucha when you are out traveling. It's a great way to get local tips and recommendations, and a chance to discuss and share PKN experiences. While still traveling I also found out that I had been listed as an up-and-comer when Gothenburg's biggest daily newspaper listed "The 100 most influential people in town," simple because of the success of PechaKucha here. The power is there. Let's just not forget that it's there because we all put in all those hours.
Channeling Your Way to a Book
Here's an interesting story from the The Tri-City News about a presenter at this week's PechaKucha Night in Coquitlam Vol. 4, Tina Fiorda, whose recent book was produced using a Ouija board."We are not of the physical world, but we know your physical world better than you do, for our vantage point is one that spans the physical and spiritual.” So starts A Book of Insight, written by the spiritual guides belonging to Coquitlam’s Tilde Cameron and Tina Fiorda of Burnaby — sisters who, over a three-month period, channelled 16 chapters about “wisdom from the other side” via a Ouija board.
Photos from Bowling Green Pecha-Kucha Vol. 1
Check out photos from our first evey Bowling Green Pecha-Kucha night! Details on PK Vol. II coming soon! Orion Graudick presents "The Windows to The Soul", captivating the audience with his wit and wisdom! We had a great turnout for the event! Jeanie Adams-Smith sharing her presentation titled, "How Photographing Children Has Taught Me About Life," showing us beautiful images that she has taken over the years. Orion Graudick and friends sit on the steps in the Kentucky Room after the presentations were over. Keep an eye out for updates on our PK Night Vol. II !!!
What I Learned from Doctor Who
Now an instructor at Cambridge University, Jonathan Baldwin talks about growing up in the 1970s, and the formative impact a certain Doctor had on his young life. In this edition of Presentation of the Day, (from PKN Dundee, Scotland Vol. 5) Jonathan relates to us some of the life lessons he learned while watching Doctor Who. One among these words of wisdom was the idea that one must nurture his/her imagination, ingenuity, and creativity -- it was this notion and many others that led him to become the man he is today.
Dating by Design
Ayla Newhouse blends humour with practical advice and wisdom in "Dating by Design" today's edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Toronto Vol. 18); she applies the tools, strategies, methods, and ideas of some of history’s greatest designers to the often-challenging realm of human relationships. Dating by Design is her first self-published book that aims to help the reader navigate the complexities of modern love to improve the quality, health, and durability of their relationships.
PechaKucha Featured in Philippine Daily Inquirer
The online business section of the Philippines' own Inquirer.net recently featured PechaKucha, the 20x20 format, and had this to say about PechaKucha Night: Aside from fostering camaraderie and updating each other on what jobs each had been working on, it also revealed, much to my delight, lots of imagination. We had some very creative presentations by untapped talents in our staff who, in the past, had not had a chance in presenting their design and documentation work to an audience. And that is the beauty of Pecha Kucha: It is a venue for expression where there are no fixed rules but the 20×20, and you go by your own style. Check out the complete article here.
Engaging Citizens with PechaKucha
PechaKucha used as a best practice for citizenship engagement? That's what happened in Vancouver. 5.Tell Stories – Storytelling can be effective in bringing together a diverse group of people to share experiences in how to improve community. Storytelling can be used to peak citizen interest in an issue and access local wisdom that other methods struggle to access. Storytelling can involve many different kinds of communication—for example, the City of Vancouver partnered with a highly popular monthly “PechaKucha” event to launch the Greenest City 2020 Conversation and the TalkGreentoUs.Ca website. The Pecha Kucha event brought together 13 local change-makers to speak on the subject of Vancouver’s effort to become the Greenest City in the World by 2020. It not only had the largest attendance of any city engagement event in Vancouver’s history, but it also particularly brought new people and demographics into the conversation. Read the full article here.
The Naked Truth
If we can strip to our true essence, we can embrace our own story. Using images of painted bodies, and a talk laced with quotes by famous people of wisdom, Tirza Shelton shows us how self-enriching it can be to shed the layers we have all been cloaking our true selves in since Adam and Eve first tasted the fruit of knowledge. In “The Naked Truth” from PKN Williamsburg Vol. 9, find out what is at your core.
Well it's been quite a week in the run up to our Festival Pecha Kucha. Two presenters puled out through ill health, one fainting in a supermarket and requiring to be stiched up the other having a wisdom tooth extracted on the afternoon of the event. Revised line-up: Mario Cruzado, filmmaker Richard Demarco, impressario Jim Haynes, bon-viveur Marion Preez, landscape architect Oana Stanciu, artist Paulina Sandberg, artist David Seel, architect Katarina Corbet, environmental geographer / sociologist Alan Brown, artist Image of Jim Haynes in his Paris studio -
A Few Things I've Learned About Online Dating
"I was talking to my friend and I said 'I went on another bad first date.' She said, 'Have you ever considered that you are the common denominator in all these bad first dates?'" In A Few Things I've Learned About Online Dating from PechaKucha Night Atlanta Vol. 25, Shannon Turner takes the mic with some advice for the fellas out there who might be prowling the interwebs looking for love. Profile photos, balancing weird against honest, what not to do's, etc. Listen as Shannon brings her wisdom to this sometime murky place called "online love" and perhaps come away with some dropped knowledge, like this nugget: "Gentlemen, learn how to have a good conversations...[It's] like a tennis match. It's back and forth."