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10 APR

NEXT EVENT VOL 23

GET YOUR FREE TICKETS HERE: www.pknyerevan23.eventbrite.com 

On Monday, April 10, Tumo Center for Creative Technologies sets the stage for PechaKucha Yerevan Vol. 23, organized in partnership with the EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme and Kolba Lab. Local and international architects, urban planners and entrepreneurs will come together under the topic “The Space Case” and the trademarked 20 slides x 20 seconds format. 

We will explore the concepts of space vs place, public vs private, challenges of housing, what big data means for architects, transformation of soviet modernism in Sevan, disobedient dream of Fabrika Tbilisi, urban psychology of post-war Beirut, and design of independent cultural centers in Europe. Most presentations will be in English.

PRESENTERS:
— Peter Lényi “Design Handbook for Cultural Centres” 
— Robert Blasko “Freedom and Responsibility”
— Vrej Haroutounian “Space & Place: A Multi-scalar Creative Approach”
— Arin Hovsepian “Beirut Central District: from flânerie to photography”
— Ashot Snkhchian “Big data and public space perception / Big data և հանրային տարածքի ընկալում”
— Meroujan Minassian “From ես to մենք”
***WINE BREAK***
— Devi Kituashvili and Gogiko Sakvarelidze “Fabrika - Disobedient Dream”
— Sarhat Petrosyan "Sevan Writers Resort - a Creative and Public Space"
— Gayane Manukyan "Yerevan 2:0, How to Make a Difference"
— Danniel Roumian “Reclaiming Our Cities: A Brief Look at Organic Use of Space”
— Carine Aroyan and Manushak Vahramyan "RE:volution of Public Spaces"

DOORS OPEN: 20:20 with coffee & tea reception 
EVENT STARTS: 20:45
FREE TICKETS: www.pknyerevan23.eventbrite.com

Poster by Proper Company.

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Random Thoughts on Management

BY VAHE BALOULIAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

"You have to make every person's day a little better becuase they met you. There is no other reason to be in public service."


Vahe Baloulian
 discusses principles of good management within innovative business environment, and how those principles can apply to public governance.

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Entrepreneurial Mindset: adds value or creates problems?

BY ARAKSIA MARTIROSSIAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Araksia Martirossian discusees the pros and cons and of entrepreneurial mindset applied to public governance.

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Changing the “How” of Development

BY DMITRI MARIASSIN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Dmitri Mariassin provides a look at governance innovation from the perspective of United Nations Development Programme in Armenia.

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Behavioral Science and Governance

BY ARMENAK ANTINYAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Armenak Antinyan discusses how different policy interventions may change human behavior.

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Design Thinking: New Normal for Georgia's Public Service

BY KHATUNA SANDROSHVILI
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

In the fast changing global landscape of governance, what are the new shapes it is taking? How can citizens be part of this process? What does it translate into in the Georgian reality? Here are the first examples of design thinking experiments in public service development in Georgia. Khatuna Sandroshvili

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The Key to Holding Government Accountable

BY ARTUR PAPYAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Artur Papyan explains how can mass media and journalism can help improve public governance process and keep government accountable for its' actions. Artur gives a Armenian's perspective on an international issue. 

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Improving Public Services by Digital Technology

BY ARAM MKHITARYAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Aram Mkhitaryan explores how technologies can be used to improve Government services and what are the new ways of organising and delivering information and services.

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Creative Commons and We with a capital "W"

BY ARAMAZT KALAYJIAN
@ VOL 19 ON DEC 13, 2014

Aramazt Kalayjian presents his story of moving to Armenia, starting a business, and his introduction the extensive research he discovered about Creative Commons in Armenia. He builds upon the foundation set by Vazgen Karapetyan and Movses Vardanyan, encouraging the audience to take responsibility and participate to make it relevant. 

 

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About the City's Organizers

  • Marianna Vardanyan Mishoyan

    Marketing and communications professional specializing in providing creative solutions to digital marketing challenges.

  • Diana Babayan

    Volunteer Coordinator, specialized in the non-profit sector. Passionate about travelling, exploring new disciplines and hearing people's stories.