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11 FEB

NEXT EVENT VOL 22

PechaKucha Night Lyttelton

We are teaming up with Project Lyttelton to bring PechaKucha Night to the Lyttelton Summer Festival.

PechaKucha Night Lyttelton poster


Book out 11th of February because you have a date with the portside beauty of Lyttelton! 

We are super excited to invite you through the tunnel (or maybe on home turf?) for our next PechaKucha Night as part of the Lyttelton Summer Festival.

This event is part of a great 10 day line up thanks for Project Lyttleton. Check out their full programme.

PKN LYT falls on a Wednesday night (rain day Sunday 15th) in the new Albion Square on the corner of London and Canterbury Streets, Lyttelton. 

-BYO cushion or camp chair and jackets/ blankets as we'll be outside.
-First come first serve for seating space.
-Please be considerate to local residents when parking around the town. 

All speakers are connected to Lyttelton, though the topics will be varied as always. Speakers announced closer to the event.

Local musical entertainment starts at 7.30pm and as always PechaKuchas will kick off at 8.20pm. 

There will be exciting food option from local vendors will be available as well as a cash bar operating on site fundraising for Project Lyttelton. 


While entry is free, we ask you to bring a koha for the bands and volunteer costs. 


Thanks to Die Popular for our poster.

PechaKucha Nights are devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture.

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Featured Presentation

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Tracy Farr

Writer in Wellington

Waves

PRESENTED ON AUG 28, 2014
IN CHRISTCHURCH @ VOL 20

Recovering marine biologist now writer Tracy Farr spins connections between  waves and theremins. 

Connecting the waves of the Ocean, and the unknown that it holds, to the waves of sound, and the beauty that it produces. 

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People living a life they love- a journey to finding a home and self-expression

BY LAUREN BLISS MERRITT
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Lauren Merritt explains that we shouldn't focus on fixing things. Through her inspiring experiance in Central AFrica and in her home, she learned that we should just do what we love and others will benefit. 

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Universal Grey Matter

BY JULIE FREW
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

“I love brains — not in a zombie sort of way — I love discovering how they work.”

Occupational therapist Julie Frew explores a thought: science can be interpreted as very bleak, but also full of hope. She draws parallels between the human brain and our vast universe.

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The afterlife of the utilitarian I: ways and meads [sic]

BY JOHN CLEMENS
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Botanic Gardens curator John Clemens muses over the past, present and future lives of the paths we walk. As John explores the foot paths of Gardens and parks, he contemplate the meaning behind them. 

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Falling through the rabbit hole

BY JOHNNY GIBSON
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Festival director Johnny Gibson talks about how creating events is about making a full immersive temproary experience, not unlike entering into an alternative world... 

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Modern Living

BY SOPHIE BANNAN
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Fne arts masters student Sophie Bannan recreates the Modern Living architecture tour of 1969 in 2014, a tour of modernist residental architecture. Her inspiring tour tells the stories and architecure of many historical houses. 

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Courage for creativity

BY NIC HETHERINGTON
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Exchange Christchurch event coordinator Nic Hetherington speaks of the courage it takes to be creative and the people who support that creative exchange. She also present the inspiring and postive community in the Exchange.

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Studio Christchurch: CityUps

BY UWE RIEGER
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Architectural professor and head of Studio Christchurch Uwe Reiger showcases CityUps, a temporary future city created by over 200 architecture students as part of Christchurch's Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA).

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The Story of Sheep

BY ABIGAIL WALSH
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

Abigail Walsh tells us a story of sheep, and his best friend bird. We also hear about elephant, a retired mountain guide who sheep desires to meet. Abigail tells us how her story came to life, and how it was interwoven with her own. 

"Presentation of the Day" on January 14, 2015.

 

CHRISTCHURCH Blog

Universal Grey Matter

“I love brains — not in a zombie sort of way — I love discovering how they work.”
Occupational therapist Julie Frew explores a thought: science can be interpreted as very bleak, but also full of hope. In “Universal Grey Matter” from PKN Christchurch Vol. 21 she draws parallels between the human brain and our vast universe.

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About the City's Organizers

  • Netta Egoz

    Lyttelton based community Lawyer by day but fill in the spare hours on the radio via RDU 98.5fm (Chch), working with the Christchurch Transitional Architecture Trust, volunteering at various community projects and now helping run PechaKucha Christchurch!

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