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Nov 30, 2017
Thinking or Knowing?
BY JOHAN VAN DE BEEK
@ VOL 22
ON JUN 04, 2014
Johan van de Beek, as a journalist, is cautious not to express opinions on topics he has not studied or examined. More often than not, however, studying certain subjects only increases their complexity. In this compelling presentation, Johan explains how he has learned to embrace complexity and resist the temptations of simplifying.
An Indian in the Netherlands
BY VIJAY WAKCHAURE
@ VOL 21
ON JAN 17, 2014
Vijay Wakchaure travelled from his native India to the Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands to study for his MBA degree. He had not anticipated that this experience would teach him so much about himself and his culture as well!
Dutch Marines Rowing Challenge
BY MARCO HEIJMANS
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 16, 2014
Wij zijn mariniers die sinds 1665 met Verbondenheid, Kracht & Toewijding voor elkaar zorgen en overal ter wereld unieke prestaties leveren. In 2015 gaan wij met de Dutch Marines Rowing Challenge (DMRC) van Rotterdam, via Vlissingen naar Londen roeien, een afstand van 350 kilometer. Dit om de 350ste verjaardag van het Korps Mariniers te vieren. Hiermee zamelen wij geld in voor mariniers die door missies, namens de Nederlandse samenleving, in de problemen zijn gekomen en tevens de nabestaanden van collega's die ons zijn ontvallen.
From MechaKucha to PechaKucha!
BY SUELI BRODIN
@ VOL 126
ON JUN 24, 2015
"PechaKucha embraces all the Mechakucha-jin of the world to come and share their ideas!"
Hailing from the Netherlands, Sueli Brodin, editor at the United Nations University, PechaKucha's Maastricht organiser, and our dear friend, pays a visit to Pechakucha Night Tokyo to deliver this compelling presentation at SuperDeluxe about, of all things, PechaKucha!
Growing up very multiculturally (Dutch, French, Brazillian, Japanese), and having lived in Japan for part of her youth, she describes herself as a “Mechakucha-jin” - a hybrid word that borrows from Japanese, evoking an image of per person who is "all-jumbled up." Sueli talks about her personal background and how after years of never quite fitting in, she found a home in the PechaKucha team of Maastricht. She shares her gratitude for Pechkucha and how it continues to offer a home for people like her, and a global stage to everyone wishing to inspire others with their “mechakucha” side.
WOW! How inspiring! Thanks Sueli! We Love You!
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 17, 2015.
The Netherlands, a Transparent Society? Think Again...
BY SJORS VAN BEEK
@ VOL 31
ON SEP 07, 2016
Transparency is of the utmost importance for a healthy, democratic society. A free press is the gatekeeper for that transparency and the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) is one of the tools to achieve transparency. The Netherlands prides itself for being an open, transparent society. Unjustly so, according to investigative Sjors van Beek, who has met many locked doors during his career spanning over 25 years.
New York via Bike Share
BY SIOBHÁN BRETT
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
"It's a straightforward and exciting way of getting around...There's not too many drawbacks with a Citi Bike."
In New York via Bike Share at PechaKucha Night New York Vol. 16, Siobhan Brett talks about her love-hate relationship with bicycling via Citi bike, a bike-share program in New York City. Siobhan reviews the different generations of Citi-Bike, and shares stories about the social connections she's made while riding.
Siobhan is a reporter/writer and editor, living and working in New York City. She was born in Alabama, and grew up in Connecticut and the west of Ireland.
BY LIMINAL PROJECTS (OMAR KAHN AND LAURA GARÓFALO)
@ VOL 17
ON SEP 15, 2016
"Ask a ceramicist and they will insist that the material lives."
In Ceramic Assemblies from PechaKucha Buffalo vol. 17, Laura Garófalo and Omar Kahn of Liminal Projects discuss their prototypes for ceramic building systems that were developed at the European Ceramics Workcentre (ekwc), in Oisterwijk, the Netherlands. They are designs that explore ways that architecture can mediate heat, water and nature. Ceramics, which are fired clay, are one of the oldest building materials. But they defy easy categorization because their behavior and properties are so diverse. Ceramics were used to build the Roman aqueducts and also used for the heat shield on the Space Shuttle. Ask a ceramicist and they will insist that the material lives. It is this quality that Garófalo and Kahn want to capture and perpetuate in their work.
Nuclear Power: The Tihange Debate
BY GISELA GARRIDO
@ VOL 33
ON JUN 24, 2014
People in Maastricht have observed the increase of “Stop Tihange and Doel” yellow posters in the city, but what do we really know about nuclear power? In this presentation, Gisela Garrido discusses the reality of risks, consequences and political factors associated with the Tihange Nuclear Power Plant located in Liege, just across the Belgian border.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Dutch Prime Minister Experiences PechaKucha
PechaKucha has always been big in the Netherlands -- PechaKucha Nights have been held in 16 Dutch cities -- and imagine our surprise to see even the Prime Minister experience PechaKucha first-hand, as he did on this episode of Dutch TV program Uitzending Gemist (the segment starts at the 9-minute mark). He even gives it a shot himself, albeit a shortened 5-slide only example.
Putting the Fun into Funky Spaces
"So after a lot of beer we decided to make a big, traveling park that flies to several locations all over the world." HUNK Design duo Bart Cardinaal and Nadine Roos come from Rotterdam, Netherlands and here they show off some of their radical interior and exterior design work. In "Putting the Fun into Funky Spaces" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 116 we see that from funky interior redesigns and remodels, to outdoor patterned park spaces using artificial grass, HUNK is changing the way people use and interact with space.
The Orchestra in Transition
“In order to survive the orchestra needs to search for a balance between artistic tradition and economic reason.” Director General and Artistic Director for the South Netherlands Philharmonic Stefan Rosu knows that the classical symphony orchestra is facing dramatic change in recent years. In “The Orchestra in Transition” from PKN Maastricht Vol. 23, Stefan shows us that orchestras must adapt to survive, and he goes into depth on how it can do so without losing its essence in the process.
City Focus: Maastricht
For our first City Focus of the year, we head to Maastricht, Netherlands, where the last event alone -- December's Vol. 24 -- added twelve new presentations to the city's already extensive presentation archives.
Keep Calm and Carillon
If a 4000-pound bronze bell isn’t heavy metal, what is? Orchestral violinist Frank Steijns travels the world to play music, but also plays the carillon bells (the Netherlands’ national, traditional instrument) in the tower of Maastricht’s city hall. In “Keep Calm and Carillon” from PKN Maastricht Vol. 24 Frank tells us he’s “a DJ with a very nice instrument,” how he has taken bells out of the tower, and is now playing for audiences.
From MechaKucha to PechaKucha!
"PechaKucha embraces all the Mechakucha-jin of the world to come and share their ideas!"Hailing from the Netherlands, Sueli Brodin, editor at the United Nations University, PechaKucha's Maastricht organiser, and our dear friend, pays a visit to Pechakucha Night Tokyo Vol. 126 to deliver this compelling presentation, "From MechaKucha to PechaKucha!" Growing up very multiculturally (Dutch, French, Brazillian, Japanese), and having lived in Japan for part of her youth, she describes herself as a “Mechakucha-jin” - a hybrid word that borrows from Japanese, evoking an image of per person who is "all-jumbled up." Sueli talks about her personal background and how after years of never quite fitting in, she found a home in the PechaKucha team of Maastricht. She shares her gratitude for Pechkucha and how it continues to offer a home for people like her, and a global stage to everyone wishing to inspire others with their “mechakucha” side.WOW! How inspiring! Thanks Sueli! We Love You!
Greetings from the Colonies: Postcards from a Painful Past
"Some [postcards] promoted colonial ideology and served to uphold the supposed hierarchy of the world, with white societies on top." The Golden Age of postcards (1907-1915) coincided with the popularization of anthropology and renewed interest in European colonies. Colonial postcards from this time illustrate some of the most prominent ideas of colonialism and beliefs regarding ethnic hierarchy. In Greetings from the Colonies: Postcards from a Painful Past from PechaKucha Night Maastricht Vol. 27, writer and scholar Inge Oosterhoff retraces these ideas, as well as the ways in which France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and other colonizing countries viewed and propagandized their “colonized peoples.”
Today's the day!
Looking forward to tonight -- the presentations are looking great and we're excited to spend the evening with you! Jessica(for the PKN Lilongwe Team) p.s. Here's a bio for another one of our presenters: Alex was born in the Netherlands and now working for the Red Cross in Malawi as water and sanitation delegate. He loves sports and is an ex-speedskater turned coach. Alex will be talking about the passion of the dutch for this wintersport and one race in particular.
Presenter Bio: Alex
Introducing one of our presenters, Alex: Alex was born in the Netherlands and now works as a water and sanitation delegate for the Red Cross in Malawi. Alex loves sports and is an ex-speedskater turned coach. Some people are at their best when gliding on ice and this evening we will hear about the Dutch people’s passion of the Dutch for speedskating – and one race in particular. Happy to have Alex join us!
Poster for PKN Leiden Vol. 18
Quickly approaching 2017, "A new year, a new edition of PechaKucha Night" announces PKN Leiden in the Netherlands for their upcoming Vol. 18. Hats off to your 10 presenters who will no doubt inspire all to make the most of 2017! Here's to those amazing stories and many more in the upcoming year!