Jinsil (Hwaryoung) Seo presents some of her interactive art research using soft/organic materials for children with autism and older adults. Her research focuses on promoting social/intergenerational connectedness and wellbeing.
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Paths Connecting Cities
BY ANDY SMITH
@ PKN_AKL_SPECIAL EDITION
ON MAR 28, 2014
Advocate at Walk Auckland Andy Smith speaks of the tragic history of the Auckland Harbor Bridge — once planned to include bike and foot paths, but built as a four-lane automobile bridge — and the numerous campaigns that were launched by cyclist and walker groups to implement a connecting path. Pressure lead to an innovative solution: a tube/tunnel suspended from the clip-on just under the bridge, away from traffic, and offering majestic views of the city.
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.
Connecting Minds at Juarez Technology HUB
BY RICARDO MORA
@ VOL 13
ON JUN 23, 2016
Ricardo Mora shares on the Technology Hub Ciudad Juarez where there is collaborative growth to build a community of innovative leaders. Mora believes that idea generation is the key factor to improve the economic and social conditions of any region.
Bilingual Improv: Connecting with Everyone
BY MIKE STAFFA
@ VOL 141
ON NOV 24, 2016
Owner and Founder of the Pirates of Tokyo Bay, Mike Staffa will highlight the history of the group and how it is getting recognized around the world for connecting with audiences, regardless of their cultural background. The group's mission statement is to make audiences laugh, regardless of their language. Mike has lead the Pirates in performances in 10+ counties around the world and is excited to share his story at PechaKucha.
La Cuisine Comme Vecteur de Lien Social
BY JOHANNA PESTOUR
@ VOL 29
ON DEC 06, 2016
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Connecting New Zealand communities with their land
BY MEGAN WILLIAMS
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 14, 2017
Megan Williams - In 10 years the Te Kākano Aotearoa Trust have engaged a community to replant thousands of trees. As well as continuing in Wanaka with more projects than ever, - they are now assisting other communities to do something similar in their own towns.
Connecting the Dots, Creative dots that is, not boring ones
BY PIP JAMIESON
@ VOL 13
ON APR 27, 2017
In this PechaKucha talk given at Vol. 13 of the London PechaKucha series, Pip Jamieson helps us to connect with other creators.
Did you know that 45% of jobs could disappear if we implemented technology correctly BUT technology cannot replace creatives. So we are SAFE!
Want to connect with other creatives --- check out --- https://the-dots.com/
Common Sense Innovation
BY TYLER BRUMMER
@ VOL 32
ON SEP 26, 2017
Tyler Brummer spent 10 years as an academic ecologist but was itching to have more impact. He co-founded WeVisit, a company that is designed to create meaningful jobs for young people, give older people a greater sense of purpose and help families stay connected. At WeVisit, they use technology to create human connections to improve community health, education and well-being.