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Jordan-Alice Fyfe

Designer in Perth Australia

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Introducing New Organisers

@ VOL 22 ON JUL 26, 2018

We are the new Pecha Kucha Perth Team!
Here is a presentation to introduce ourselves so you can get to know us:
(P.s sorry for lack of audio, we are new at this)
  1. My hair changes colours constantly
  2. I have a beautiful cat called Arya! Follow her on Instagram!
  3. I am always creating/ drawing/ making = Dutiful Flower
  4. I'm a FAIRY
  5. (Sometimes a West Coast Eagles fairy) and just casually talking to Nic Nat
  6. I work for DADAA - Providing access to arts and culture for people with disability or a lived experience of mental illness.
  1. I am from South Africa and here are some photos of when I went rooftop camping
  2. Currently completing my Masters at Curtin University
  3. My project explores the concept of Time and my focus is on installation and videography.
  4.  I am involved in running a group called Riverview Adventures. 
  5. One of the best Hikes I have ever done: Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii.
  6. This is my dog Odie, who thinks he is a human
  1. Currently completing my Masters at Curtin, focusing on Oil painting.
  2. My project explores the relationship between Childhood Memories and Place. 
  3. I have recently got involved in body painting. Skin is the new canvas
  4. I paint murals for schools
  5. I am also a FAIRY
  6. I Love creating cheese boards/grazing tables!!
  7. These are my pets: Captain Jack Sparrow the cat and Louie the dog! 



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Interior MARSitect

@ VOL 22 ON JUL 26, 2018

Jennifer Lane, Interior MARSitect

Designing Habitats for Mars

(No Audio) Apologies from Pecha Kucha Perth Team

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UWA IQX Space - Architecture & Design

@ VOL 25 ON AUG 22, 2019

Lee Syminton - Architect

Lee talks about the project of UWA IQX space. An innovative co-working space where we hosted Vol.25 PechaKucha Perth. 

The Masonic Hall in Nedlands is owned by the University of Western Australia. The hall is refurnished to house UWA’s Innovation Quarter Exchange, Offices, meeting hall and boardroom. The project was won under a competition run by the University. The building is of heritage significance and has been designed with minimal impact on the original fabric. The project includes a new lift shaft to allow disabled access to the second floor, the renovation of the original masonic temple into a co-working space. Careful design and work with the State Heritage office have resulted in an exciting fresh and respectful project.

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Perth @ Feld & Co
Jul 26, 2018