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Rubbish!

BY DR DAVID GREENFIELD
IN BRIGHTON

Mountains of rubbish cannot be our future landscape.  In his first PechaKucha, Dr David Greenfield presents the facts on rubbish and how we can transform this waste legacy into new materials for the future.

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Revelations & Reinventions

BY ZARA WOOD A.K.A WOODY
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

"Can we transform in to different versions of ourselves, perhaps better ones, even on a weekly basis?"  Brighton PechaKucha Organiser Zara Wood a.k.a Woody explores how mini-reinventions and simple habit changes make a big deal to ourselves, our community and the environment.

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Redrawing The Line

BY WILL SCOBIE
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

Will Scobie is an Brighton-based artist whose work delights in retraced lines and zings with movement.  You could say that he's reinventing the drawn line.  

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Drag Kings

BY LUCY LE BROCQ
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

Lucy Le Brocq takes us behind the scenes of a Drag King night.  From the dressing room to the stage, this is an intimate protrayal of reinventing gender from the inside out...

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Gardening Together

BY LYNDSEY HASKELL
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

Lyndsey Haskell is an enthusiastic amateur gardener who became involved with a garden project at Emmaus Brighton when it launched in 2012. Her first PechaKucha explains more about the project and shows how it helped her reinvent her career as a photographer.

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A Head for Hats

BY JOANNA ZARA
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

From maths to milinery. Joanna Zara shares her inspirational story of how she took the plunge and followed her design dreams of becoming a hat designer and maker.

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From Teacher to Illustrator

BY ANTHONY ATKINSON
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

Anthony Atkinson is a published illustrator and author.  But illustration was not his first vocation.  In this honest and beautifully illustrated PechaKucha, he shares his tale of reinvention and how he embraced his imaginative side.

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Revolution

BY GEORGE COLES
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

Photographer and carpenter, George Coles is also a jolly nice chap to have a interesting chat with.  In this, his first PechaKucha, he invites us to journey around the world talking revolution! Or it it merely rebellion?  Watch to find out the difference...

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Save Our Seas

BY CLAIRE POTTER
@ VOL 26 ON JAN 25, 2017

Human beings' addiction to plastic is polluting our seas like never before. Claire Potter shows us the harsh facts and some inspiring ways of how to clean up our act! 

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Giant Origami

BY COCO SATO
@ VOL 21 ON SEP 03, 2015

The Japanese artist Coco Sato, now based in Brighton England, shares her inspirational story of travels, learning new skills and giant interactive origami!  

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K9 Queen

BY BEX HAWKINS
@ VOL 24 ON MAY 25, 2016

Bex Hawkins decided to move away from the desk and her career in graphic design for stepping out on the South Downs with canine friends.  A tale of liberation, nature and animal antics.

Contains some strong language. 

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Reading Together

BY SARAH HUTCHINGS
@ VOL 25 ON OCT 12, 2016

Can the simple act of reading change lives?  Sarah Hutchings, founder of Collected Works, a not-for-profit organisation based in Brighton, UK, believes in the power of books.  Her team runs 'City Reads' an annual city-wide reading club festival.  In her first ever PechaKucha Sarah shares her belief in books and people.

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