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David Bernabo

in Pittsburgh

Close Up

PRESENTED ON OCT 06, 2016
IN PITTSBURGH, PA @ VOL 25

Renaissance man David Bernabo talks about his video series called "Close Up" publised on the Glass Block, a new web magazine.

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A Close-up Study of the Landscape

BY SUE HARRIS
IN LEEDS

Sue Harrison talks about her work, showing off different ways to view the landscape, often using binoculars to enhance her vision. A great presentation that talks about really getting to know a place.

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Mash Up Vol. 11

BY SARAH WALLIN
@ VOL 11 ON SEP 05, 2014

To help break the ice we have introduced a Mash Up to our PechaKucha Night line up. Our first Mash Up took place September 5th, four volunteers came up and entertained the audience as random silly photos played on. 

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Risks & Failures

BY PATRICK FOELLMER
IN ERFURT

Patrick Foellmer speaks about his story from being a primary school teacher to a music instructor, from a culture consultant at the Thueringen Ministry to start his own band Lillabungalow and the risks and hiccups he faced up to this point.

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Bottom-up video - the social tool

BY TIMO EKHART
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 29, 2016

What is the goal of establishing a regional television network? How can this platform make contributions to the local community? What is the most effective and efficient way of realising this goal?

Timo Ekhart is the presenter of Children’s Television at the Maastricht hospital, video maker, camera journalist, radio producer, host and interviewer. He tells us how he connects people with each other and empowers them through the use of media such as internet video, radio and television.

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Stay Up Late

BY PAUL RICHARDS
@ VOL 25 ON OCT 12, 2016

'Keep it punk' says the director of charity Stay Up Late.  Paul Richards is on a mission: to enable people with learning disabilities and autism to lead full and active social lives.  Paul shares the charity's brilliantly simple yet highly effective initiatives like Gig Buddies.  

 

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Building Kids up by Building with Kids

BY MARK MORENO
@ VOL 8 ON MAR 23, 2017

“The most important architectural lessons I teach can be traced back to my family, and to the family restaurant.”

In “Building with Kids to Build Kids Up,” from Pecha Kucha night Saint Joseph/Benton Harbor, vol. 8, Associate Professor at Andrews University, Mark Moreno explains the Renaissance Kids Architecture Camp, how it came to be, and what he wants to be when he grows up.” He founded and runs the camp at Andrews’ School of Architecture and Interior Design.

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CET Pop Up

BY ALAN DENYER
@ VOL 32 ON JUL 11, 2017

Alan Denyer talks about how he unexpectedly took control of a huge derelict building and turned it into a pop-up arts venue.

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Madison as an Up-and-Coming Music Scene

BY BUZZ KEMPER
@ VOL 24 ON NOV 09, 2017

In Buzz Kemper's work with symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles, choral groups, jazz ensembles, rock bands and solo artists in the Madison area for over 30 years, he has seen the rise of the music scene as well as the rise of the level of support for musicians (recording facilities, live sound companies and sound/light designers), as well as audience interest in the arts.

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Livin' in Gomerica: tales from the World's Biggest Band

BY ANDY WALLMAN
@ VOL 24 ON NOV 09, 2017

Were The Gomers the world's biggest band? They made some noise in the late 1980's with a few songs appearing on the national Dr. Demento radio show. Over time, they realized they knew over 2,000 cover songs and a live karaoke band was born. The spent the next 12 years sharing the stage with over ten thousand lead singers who (usually) lived out their rock and roll dreams three blissful rockin' minutes at a time. (That is a big band.) Andy Wallman was the first chair tambourine player for The Gomers and will take you on the inside of what it was like to be Livin' in Gomerica.