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Pie Spy

BY JULES MONTY
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

A hard hitting investigation by pie spy Jules Monty reveals the underground pie habit of Christchurch's industrial centre Waltham. In this PechaKucha Jules reveals his true identity, as the man behind the great pie shortage of inner east Christchurch, providing free lunch to the hard working art folks of Chrischurch Art Gallery.

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Monographs and Epitaphs

BY SOOK NOOK
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Sook Nook. An interpretation of the PechaKucha format, like no other. Hauntingly beautiful and tense.

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Failing to Succeed

BY ADAM HAYWARD
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Adam Hayward fails to succeed. Or does he succeed to fail?

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20 Things I'd Grab if the Library Caught Fire

BY TIM JONES
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Art gallery librarian Tim Jones catalogues 20 items he would grab if the library caght fire. A documentation of Christchurch's art history and other important collections worth holding on to. 

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An Undercover Journalist in the Himalayas

BY JAYA MANGALAM GIBSON
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Designer come human rights activist Jaya Mangalam Gibson goes undercover and reveals atrocities happening to dissidents of the Chinese government. His story is a snapshot of the illegal organ harvesting epidemic that cannot continue to be ignored. 

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Mind-Body Connection in the Child-birth Continuum

BY LORNA DAVIES AND KEISHANA COURSEY
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Midwives Lorna Davies and KeiShana Coursey confront sterotypes of fears of pregnancy, by introducing a new mindfulness approach to pregnancy and child birth. They invite you to take your own mindfulness journey and paradigm shift of he way we look at pregnancy 

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What Our Dinner Taught Us

BY GRACIE HALL PHILLIP BAIN
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Grace Hall  and Philip Bain like dinner. They like to eat dinner, share dinner with friends, and now docuemnt it. A Year of Plates is a visual adventure into every dinner they eat in 2016, building off a blog documenting their dinners in a literary body, the project has expanded to drawings of their meals, no matter how embarassing they are (sneak peek: wine for dinner only once, sausages 25 times).

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Making Fair Trade Personal

BY ANDREA BREWSTER
@ VOL 27 ON MAY 26, 2016

Chair of Trade Aid Andrea Brewster shares her personal connction to one of New Zealand's first social enterprises, brining ethically made products to New Zealand. Her story spans 3 geenrations of her family and map a journey of connecting kiwis to fair trade crafts

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Limitless Expressions of Time

BY CHRISTOPHER BUTLIN
@ VOL 26 ON MAR 02, 2016

Take a second to look at a scene, appreciate what you see. Now look at the same scene, snapshotted in time, a different time. Christopher Butlin and Arthur Machado invite us to experience how timelapse photography can make us look at our environment differently, and see things we ordinarily wouldn;t have noticed. 

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The Rookie's Guide to Eco DIY

BY NETTA EGOZ
@ VOL 26 ON MAR 02, 2016

PechaKucha Night Christchurch organiser Netta Egoz experiences life on the other side of the microphone. As a lawyer, she is not used to having to get her hands dirty! Through her own DIY renovation project, she learns how naivety is the key ingredient to starting any ambitious project, and how she uncovered layers of history from her house as well as finding useful ways to reuse things they removed. 

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The Art and Inspiration of True Stories

BY BRINDI JOY
@ VOL 26 ON MAR 02, 2016

When Brindi Joy won a soup pot full of cash, she used this community crowd sourced seed fund to produce a film she wrote inspired by a true story. A story with beautiful landscapes and new discoveries.

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Who You Know and How you are Known

BY ROSEE HODGSON
@ VOL 26 ON MAR 02, 2016

Rosee Hodgson is a child poverty advocate and wrote her thesis on how a neighbourhood's socio-economic status affects how children see themselves, and how society sees them. Her talk highlights some saddening but also some heartwarming learnings from her work.

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