PROVIDENCE

BACK TO CITY

PechaKucha Presentation

Presenter_bw_nw_avatar

Mike Ryan

in Providence

Rock & Reel

PRESENTED ON FEB 27, 2013
IN PROVIDENCE @ VOL 47

Mike Ryan talks about Rock & Reel, a local arts project that works with musicians and filmmakers to create collaborative works. The project groups musicians and filmmakers randomly into pairs, and gives them 3 days to create a narrative work together.

Sound Note: Crowd noise is heavy for the first 10 seconds or so.

 

APPLAUD THIS!
Thumb_frank.196

Pepers, karpers en rock n' roll

BY FRANK KIMENAI
@ VOL 7 ON OCT 01, 2013

Frank Kimenai is een veelzijdig man. Promotor van rockbands, fanantiek visser en chilli fijnproever. In deze presentatie deelt hij zijn levensmotto om jou te inspireren om 'heeeeel veel leuke dingen te doen'.

Thumb_07

The Reel Show

BY DEL GOH
@ VOL 3 ON MAY 30, 2015

Del Goh, one of The Reel Show hosts, shares his love affair with movies from classic (and nostalgic) Disney feature film animations to epic fantasies and to almost making himself a permanent resident in a cinema. He invites us all to join him and his friend in their geekery that is movies.

Thumb_full_slide6

Punk Rock Fanzines and DIY Graphic Design

BY PAUL BURGESS
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2015

Paul Burgess has produced graphic designs for The Sex Pistols and The Buzzcocks, and in this presentation he shares his passion for counter-culture through this high speed 'history of' and 'how to guide' to Punk Fanzines.

Thumb_slide1

Guitars, Rock and Roll, the Stranglers, David Bowie and MORE!

BY JOHN ELLIS
@ VOL 9 ON FEB 22, 2016

John Ellis shares on a number of topics including his time with the Strangerls meeting Iggy Pop and David Bowie...and MORE! Ellis is an English guitarist and songwriter.

Between late 1990 and 2000, Ellis was a member of the punk rock band The Stranglers, starting with the album Stranglers In the Night. During that period he also created music for European Art exhibitions and several short films. Ellis left the Stranglers in 2000. He is an exponent of the E-bow guitar.

Thumb_slide096

Punk Rock Blitzkrieg

BY RICH HERSCHLAG
@ VOL 4 ON APR 15, 2016

"I’ve always said: You prepare for life, but you don’t know how or why."

In "Punk Rock Blitzkrieg" from PechaKucha Night Easton Vol.4Rich Herschlag shared his background with Punk Music and the Ramones. Following up in the video is eventually the story of Rich's collaboration with Marky Ramone entitled "Punk Rock BlitzKreig".

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, December 22nd, 2016.

Thumb_vannnn

Idiot's Guide to Being a Touring Rock Band

BY STEPHEN O'SHEA
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 06, 2016

"Don't spend the night in that hotel!"

In Idiot's Guide to Being a Touring Rock Band from PechaKucha Night New Westminster Vol. 11Stephen O'Shea takes us coast to coast and back again and tells us all the ins and outs of being a touring rock band. Think you have what it takes to take your rock band on a tour across Canada? 

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, September 5th, 2016. 

Thumb_slide116

Lady Cannibal (Or It's Not Too Late for Rock and Roll)

BY MEGAN GARZA
@ VOL 15 ON JUN 09, 2017

Rock bands are typically thought of as a young person's game. Megan Garza talks about what she learned after joining a band for the first time in her 30's.

Thumb_pk1

A Film-Poem: Post Modern Love Story

BY KATIE GREENBROWN
@ VOL 13 ON JUL 18, 2017

She sees wild flowers growing between cracked paving stones. He hears music in the endless hum of alarms, pylons and traffic. They’ve never met, though they live only three streets away. Follow their journey through time, possibility and all the octaves of the human heart. Katie Greenbrown takes us on a journey of post modern love.

Words by Katie Greenbrown, Music by James Rotchell, Art by Peter Roman.

Thumb_pk_vol33_part_2.107

I Bet You Look Desperately Uncoordinated On The Dancefloor: an accidental journey into rock stardom

BY KEITH GABRIEL
@ VOL 33 ON OCT 03, 2017

Keith Gabriel brings us I Bet You Look Desperately Uncoordinated On The Dancefloor: an accidental journey into rock stardom.  By day, Keith Gabriel works inefficiently at the University of Warwick. By night, he generally does as little as he can, aside from bemoaning the domestic mundanities of parenthood. So how did this increasingly corpulent man, who’d previously never sang before a live audience, end up as the lead singer of an indie-rock band? And did he wiggle like a Jarvis, pogo like a Damon or just kinda stand there like a Liam?