Ross Fisher provides us with an inspirational talk about how everyone should get out there and do a PK talk...or just tell their story to anyone who will listen!
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Co-founder of Klein-Dytham architecture and founder of SuperDeluxe and PechaKucha. SuperDeluxe was founded in 2002 and is a creative space for independent artists to exhibit and display their works and was the birthplace of the global creative presentation phenomenon – PechaKucha.
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BY SCOTT MCWALTER
IN PRINCE GEORGE
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"You need to rap for us the way you rap in your videos!"
-Student of Dr. May.
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Tell your children stories
BY ROSS METCALFE
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ON AUG 15, 2017
Ross Metcalfe loves telling stories to children. The act of storytelling is a gift from one generation to another. It only requires a willing adult and a willing child. He wants to awaken the storyteller in everyone by telling the story of Lilly and her Blue Kangaroo.