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Holly Briggs

Educator, Knox Co. Schools in Knoxville

My Intangible Collection

PRESENTED ON AUG 18, 2016
IN KNOXVILLE @ VOL 20

"They are permanent records of somebody's big mistake."

In My Intangible Collection at PechaKucha Night Knoxville Vol. 20Holly Briggs shares how her keen interest in other's unfortunate mishaps on the road have led her to pursue a hobby of photographing these colorful mistakes. 

This was "Presentation of the Day" on April 5th, 2017.

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My Visual Art

BY LAWRENCE MALSTAFF
@ VOL 10 ON APR 07, 2011

A collection of visual art that can give us new physical experiences.

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Earth Charter: My Journey of Connecting Ecology and Visual Art

BY LES LUXEMBURGER
@ VOL 7 ON JUN 05, 2015

Les Luxemburger is a visual artist, art educator and creative director. He discusses his projects where he uses visual and eco-art to educate people about environmental issues like habitat loss and climate change.

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This Visual Utopia: Limitless Art in the Twin Cities

BY TAMI MILLER
@ VOL 1 ON MAY 14, 2015

Tami Miller, curator at the Krasl Art Center, explores the potential visual utopia that is possible in the small lakeside town of St. Joseph, Michigan. What is possible if the world's great urban art makers enlivened our public spaces and architecture?

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Obscured Windows & Open Spaces (My City, My Art)

BY MATTHEW MACAULAY
@ TWINSTORY ARTISTS' EVENT ON MAR 01, 2016

Artist Matthew Macaulay talks about how he became fascinated with Coventry's whited-out empty shop windows and the way these forms fed into his painting practice - and how the open spaces of Shetland and the death of his mentor influenced the direction his work took after that. This presentation was part of a special PK held simultaneously in Volgograd, one of Coventry's twin cities, see twinstory.org.

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East African visual art scene

BY JEPKORIR ROSE
IN NAIROBI

Jepkorir Rose graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art from Kenyatta University in 2012 and has worked in Nairobi as a designer before joining Circle Art Agency in 2013. She aims at acquiring the appropriate critical and reflexive tools to help support and build artistic practice in the East African visual art scene.

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The Moon is my Scholar Rock

BY MATTHEW CUMMINGS
@ VOL 18 ON FEB 11, 2016

"I was really interested in the challenge of replicating these textures, patterns, and forms of meteorites."

For Matthew Cummings, artwork has always been personal journey for escape and meditation in both the making process and viewing.  "The Moon is my Scholar Rock" from PechaKucha Night Knoxville Vol. 18 is a look at the work from his last solo exhibition, 'The Moon is my Gongshi'.  This group of work examined the moon as an object of meditation, the tradition of Chinese Scholar Rocks or Gongshi, and the inspiring career of his grandfather-in-law, Charles Bradshaw, who ran the computations department for NASA during the development of Rocket Technology. 

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, May 24th, 2016. 

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Revitalizing Knoxville

BY DAVID DEWHIRST
@ VOL 19 ON MAY 12, 2016

David Dewhirst discusses how the revitalization of Knoxville continues to save the city's unique architectural heritage while fostering the growth of a strong, connected and passionate community. 

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The New Line

BY SANDY JONES
@ VOL 5 ON DEC 12, 2016

Sandy Jones shares her research whihc contributed to the design exhibition 'The New Line' - a selection of 1920's and 1930's commercial print on loan from the V&A Museum and private collections.

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Knoxville Modern Quilt Guild

BY MICHELLE WARRINER BOLT
IN KNOXVILLE

The Knoxville Modern Quilt Guild is a local organization that seeks to promote and encourage the modern quilting movement.  In this presentation Michelle Warriner Bolt explores and explains the work of this creative group. Through seminars and workshops, monthly guild meetings, collaborative charity quilts, and annual shows, guild members are supported in discovering their unique creative voices in an art form that is traditionally overlooked as a simple home craft. Be forewarned: these are not your grandmother’s quilts.