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Kids, Creativity and Vegetables: A Puppet Show Like No Other

BY BEN BRILL
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 23, 2016

 

Ben Brill shares this story about the amusing start of a unique puppet show for kids that features actual vegetables. The creators do everything possible to create uplifting and goofy content that helps kids explore ideas about ecology, diversity, and being creative

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Universality of Ceramics

BY DEARING DAVIS
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 23, 2016

 

How does clay connect us to every culture, place, and time in the world? Travel with Dearing Davis to find out why this incredible medium transcends more than we could imagine

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Photographing Authenticity

BY CARRIE TURNER
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 23, 2016

 

Photographer Carrie Turner explores the value of creating authentic photographs by capturing the full range of human experience. She encourages us to photograph life in all it’s beautiful complexity, not just the moments that are perfect enough for Instagram

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Slowing Down to Look

BY HANNAH COLE
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 23, 2016

 

Hannah Cole believes that beauty is everywhere, in our most mundane surroundings, if only we can slow down and look.

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A Different Kind of Love

BY RICHARD HANDY
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 23, 2016

 

Richard Handy presents his discovery of what love really is with the help of an old soul and a sweet dying black lab named Willy.

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Serious Film Advice From a "Serious" Filmmaker

BY ANDREW VASCO
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 23, 2016

 

Andrew Vasco shares how he created a successful web series in Asheville, and why you should too.

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OE Inspires Poetry

BY RANDI JANELLE
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

The Overseas Experience might be familiar as "the gap year" or "taking a year to travel." But when the year becomes longer, the decision to stay or leave a country and redefine home can be an unforseen challenge. Poet and photographer, Randi Janelle, explains her struggles with this challenge from her time in New Zealand.

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Grandmother's Choice

BY PRISCILLA NULLET
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

This is the story about how I changed my life and outlook by making a quilt with a theme of Women's Suffrage.

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The Good of the Hive

BY MATT WILLEY
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

Artist Matthew Willey is on a mission to hand-paint 50,000 honeybees in 40-50 murals around the world. The goal is to raise awareness about their current struggles by using his art and imagination to celebrate their incredible behaviors.

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Signal: An Appalachian Tale of Home

BY LOCKIE HUNTER
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

Lockie Hunter, in her presentations, signal explores one grandmother's struggle as she comes to terms with growth and expansion in her once small east Tennessee hometown.

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The Pitfalls of High-Stakes Photography

BY EVAN KAFKA
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

“My portraits are inspired by 16th century european paintings...I strive to make something epic.”

In "The Pitfalls of High-Stakes Photography", from PechaKucha Night Asheville Vol.11, commercial Photographer, Evan Kafka shares his amazing photos. He analyses the commonalities of photographing celebrities, babies and animals and illuminates the techniques he uses to get the best images from difficult situations.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Sunday, November 27th, 2016. 

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What if the horse actually knows the way?

BY CECIL BOTHWELL
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

"This biggest problem with cars are the drivers."

In "What if the horse actually knows the way?" from PechaKucha Night Asheville Vol. 11, Cecil Bothwell talks about the autonomous vehicles are headed our way faster than we can imagine.The driverless revolution will affect our work and play, parking and highways, car ownership and unemployment.

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