Sara Rivera explores the written word, art, and her practice.
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Six thousand, nine hundred, and fifty two days
BY SARAH HOLLAND
@ VOL 4
ON JUL 14, 2015
This is a presentation about the intersection of Prince George and Sarah Holland's life. Her story ranges from West Vancouver to wolf hides to wineries, for a personal look at the history and future of our community.
The Night I Saw a Sloth Explode
BY MARY LUVERA
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 12, 2015
"We are 'Travel Collectors'. We don't collect things so much as ideas and knowledge of the places we go."
In "The Night I Saw a Sloth Explode" from PechaKucha Night Westport Vol. 1, self-proclaimed tech geek and globetrotting mom, Mary Luvera shares the story that she collected with her family on a recent trip to Costa Rica. While researching Costa Rica and plans for what to do there, the family became captivated by sloths which would become one of the trip's main focus ...and eventual highlight (no pun intended.) Mary shares some fascinating facts and mysteries the discovered along the way about sloths, and the story of the night in Costa Rica when she and her family saw one exploded.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednseday, Octobern 21st, 2015.
'Cyclist' is a Bad Word
BY ELIZA JACKSON
@ VOL 22
ON NOV 10, 2016
Eliza is the ultimate convert to the cycling lifestyle. Growing up in a small town one hour north of Toronto, the car was her ticket to the good life. It was only after cycling around Hamilton with good friends that Eliza recognized the beauty of exploring a city on two wheels and the freedom that it afforded. She has never looked back. Eliza’s life goal is now to never again own a car and to ensure that all people, regardless of age, gender, or background, have the option to ride a bicycle if they want to.
The M Word
BY MAXINE GUNZENHAUSER
@ VOL 17
ON AUG 30, 2017
Maxine Gunzenhauser who is a "Millenial" gave us a personal and thoughtful insight on how to understand, work and live with millenials.
Clearly a missunderstood generation by their terms and how we can make them most productive and inclusive in society by understanding how they think and act