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Feb 25, 2009
Turbine Platform, Brisbane Powerhouse
Sep 02, 2009
Feb 28, 2012
Nov 03, 2012
The Hepworth Wakefield
Jun 20, 2013
Richmond Cultural Centre
Jul 12, 2013
designforum Vorarlberg @ CAMPUS Dornbirn
Oct 24, 2013
Byblos at Oriental Hall
Jul 31, 2014
Byblos at Oriental Hall
Feb 05, 2015
Knowledge Salon, GRAND FRONT OSAKA
May 16, 2015
The Art of Keven Montembeault
BY KEVEN MONTEMBEAULT
@ VOL 1
ON APR 12, 2013
Keven Montembeault is an interdisciplinary artist that came to our event to talk about his work. His presentation is a tour through his inspiration into his creation, as he makes illustrations, photography, frame to frame animations and sculptures. (in French)
BY YOSHIO MUTO
@ VOL 109
ON DEC 04, 2013
Yoshio Muto presents products from his company, Radio Eva. These products are all based on a TV show called Evangelion. They have recently started a new line called Evangelion Red in which they selected red things from the show and used them as a theme to design new products.
Problem-Solving in Animation
BY KEITH OTTO
@ VOL 16
ON DEC 05, 2013
Keith Otto has a passion for learning new skills, both inside and out of work. From attending developer conferences and reading tech blogs to buying books, he is always working to expand his knowledge. Most of Keith's career has been spent developing websites and working to perfect his knowledge of the associated languages. In more recent years, he has also been teaching himself to develop for Unity3D, which has quickly evolved into another aspect of his work.
Getting Out, Getting Animated
BY SIMON HOWE
@ VOL 22
ON MAR 04, 2014
Simon Howe started out working behind the scenes in a film-based theater, but as technology caught up with him, he was forced to look to other avenues for work. He speaks about his trials and triumphs, on working in a creative group, and his work animating.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 11, 2014.
Imagination in Animation
BY ALMOG MIZRAHI
@ VOL 117
ON SEP 24, 2014
Animation professor Almog Mizrahi, expresses himself through animation, and understands what goes into the cartoons that we see. He tries to push and challenge his students, and artists alike, to make from their imagination, and not what has already been made.
Chasing Ghosts: The Business of Independent Films
BY MICHAEL VERRECHIA
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 31, 2015
Michael Verrechia talks about how making a documentary about a group of star video game players from the '80s that opened to wide acclaim at Sundance is just the start of the story. What happens afterwards is when things get really interesting. Including a lunch date with Kevin Spacey.
BY DANIEL FLAX
@ VOL 7
ON MAR 20, 2015
Daniel Flax, Mitbegründer der Pixelworks Filmproduction berichtet über die unendlichen Möglichkeiten der 3D-Animation. Ob ein lächelnder Geko oder ein Flugzeugkampf, wo das Arbeiten mit echten Tieren oder gefährlichen Situationen schwer fällt, kann mit Hilfe der 3D-Animation alles möglich gemacht werden.
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Organizer Attila Bujdoso sends in this great look at the presentation from Hungarian designer Szofita, from last month's PechaKucha Night in Budapest Vol. 15. At our Vol.15 event in Budapest we had a great international line-up in front of 450 people! One of the best presentations was definitely given by a young female designer Szofita from Hungary. She is still a student but already has a great work portfolio. It was really impressive to see the great diversity of her works including animation graphics, fashion design and graphic design. She introduced her collection of rings -- each of them incorporates a tiny little world. All rings are unique and are both designed and manufactured by her. At the end of her PechaKucha presentation she showed animation work she did in collaboration with Emil Goodman and Menzkie. The motion graphincs were commissioned by Music Television Hungary and later also shown on MTV UK. Take a look, I bet it is worth it. Below, more images from Szofita's presentation.
PKN Barcelona Vol. 13
Here's a look at the recent PechaKucha Night in Barcelona Vol. 13, as well as a report from organizer Petz Scholtus (pictured above). All photos were taken by Benjamin Julve, and there's more to see in this Flickr photoset -- and the full list of presenters with links is on the event page. Please note that the next PKN in Barcelona (Vol. 14) is already set for November 25.The 13th night in Barcelona was a great success with plenty of postitive energy, very diverse topics and nice cold beer. We had Ferran presenting a mobile home theatre, Jordi showed his work with Gaudí on the lighting of the Sagrada Familia, and Michelle did roller dancing on the stage! Karolina showed us the behind the scenes of her animation Migrópolis and painter Jonathan Dalton told little love stories. Jon explained why ecodesign isn't about being sexy, Ben, or Detective Serio, took us time travelling through Barcelona and the design duo Compeixalaigua told both lies and the truth. Lluís showed surprising coincidences of strangely similar design projects, Guim explained why he loves petrol (inside the earth, not used!), Valentina shared tips of how to live with only 33 pieces of clothes every 3 months and Roger showed the beautiful art work that him and Gerard make nature do.
PKN Huancayo Vol. 8
Here's a look at the recent PechaKucha Night in Huancayo Vol. 8, with a few photos and a report sent to us by organizer Robhert Pimental.PechaKucha Night Huancayo Volume 8 took place in the Casa de la Cultura’s Auditorium of Huancayo (our city). It started at 7.30 p.m., with the participation of Pablo Saldarriaga in animation and direction. Eight exhibitors, quite entertaining topics: design, architecture, photography, literature, art and web design. We had about eighty attendees, many of them supporting “fans” of the event. For this volume we had one more sponsor more, and as usual, it was organized by the Whynot magazine team, with support from the Centro Cultural de la Universidad Continental And as always, Pablo Saldarriaga, national actor and musician, accompanied us in the animation and presentation of exhibitors.
Video Report from PKN Guimaraes Vol. 1
Here's a terrific little video report on the first PechaKucha Night held in Guimaraes -- some really nice animation work too! We should soon have photos to share as well, and you can see who presented at the event on the event page.
Rethinking Design, Some Animation Love, and the Aalen Poster Explosion
Presentations Doreen Toutikian thinks that design can change the world for the better, and that's what she hopes to achieve with her "Rethinking Design Through Cross-Cultural Collaboration" project -- see her describe it in this presentation from PKN Beirut Vol. 13. Sebastian Alvarez loves animation, and that could help explain how he ended up becoming an animator. He uses this presentation (from PKN Miami Vol. 14) to describe the main principles behind animation, and shows how all animated forms (2D, CG) can be used to tell stories in original and creative ways. Posters We found this Facebook gallery of posters for Aalen's past PKNs, and so have added a few of them (the ones we'd never seen before) to our Tumblr blog -- and that's the one for PKN Aalen Vol. 2 you see pictured above. We've also added the poster for this week's PKN Portland, Maine Vol. 19 -- next up for the city is the momentous Vol. 20! Photos Today's photo galleries, as well as an event report. The photo above is from PKN Maribor Vol. 7.Photos from PKN San Sebastian (Vol. 5, Vol. 6, Vol. 7, Vol. 8) [Flickr]PKN Maribor Vol. 7 [Flickr]PKN Hamilton Vol. 7 [Facebook]PKN Logrono Vol. 9 [Flickr]Photos from PKN Bellingham (Vol. 1 and Vol. 3) [Facebook]PKN Sacramento organizer Claire Obenson reports on the city's recent Vol. 17:There were presentations from creative professions across the spectrum, such as a playwright, David Blue Garrison, host of the event, who showed posters of his work; there was Andrea Lepore, the creative director for a well known restaurant, Hot Italian, who showed her plans for a well known strip, called Del Paso Blvd; we had Melissa Magliola who showed off her new company, Compliment Rings, whose proceeds "give back" to the community; Veronica Delgado, the great publicist and Artist Agent showed off her endeavours and volunteering efforts; Famed architect, Owen T. Jones presented images about "inside versus outside" spaces; Dennis Dong, another famed architect and PK Night veteran presenter showed off his anonymous spaces and lastly, Marvin Maldonado presented images from his wife's new boutique, Gypsy Mobile Boutique, Sacramento's first mobile boutique. Overall, this was one of the most interesting PK Nights we have ever held and thanks to all who participated!Calendar Tonight (May 22) you'll find your PKN action in Montreal (Vol. 22), Dnipropetrovsk (Vol.1), and Dundee (Vol. 3), while tomorrow (May 23) you can look to these events for some PKN satisfaction: PKN Prague Vol. 29, PKN Ekaterinburg Vol. 3, PKN Leksand Vol. 4, and PKN Copenhagen's very special Vol. 20.
Learning About Animation, Kyiv's Iconic Architecture, and "Hearting" Parks in San Diego
Presentations Daniel Muñóz is a character animator, and in this presentation from PKN Miami Vol. 14 he explains the main principles and techniques required to produce animation work that manages to suck viewers in. Oleg Zhary is a photographer who lives and works in Kyiv, and in this presentation (in Ukrainian, from PKN Kyiv Vol. 7), he gives us all a stunning photographic tour of the capital of Ukraine through its iconic objects. Posters Today's addition to the Tumblr blog is the poster above, for the upcoming PKN San Diego Vol. 15. Here's more from PKN San Diego organizer Leslee Schaffer on the poster, as well as the event itself:We are holding #15 at a venue in which we are hosting an exhibit for the next two weeks, called Orchids, Onions & Opportunities, an offshoot of our Orchids & Onions program. The exhibit strives to accomplish a lot of things; mostly, true to the mission of SDAF (and why PKN is such a great fit for SDAF) to raise awareness and encourage practical discourse about matters relative to our build environment. It’s focus is on San Diego’s civic spaces, and lack thereof. We usually don’t theme our PKNs, having found that an organically curated event keeps things interesting and works quite well for us. This time, because of the exhibit, and other complementary events we decided to offer Making the Case for Public Space as a theme, and keep it interesting by presenting a range of perspectives on the matter. As fro the event flyer, we are blessed with the support of someone we believe to be one of the most inspired artists/designers ever here in San Diego. Her name is Terri Beth Mitchell. You have already posted a couple of her PKN SD flyers on your site, and we thought this one deserved special attention. Photos We have a couple of photo galleries to share with you today. Above, one of the presenters from PKN San Juan Vol. 6, and below, the crowd at PKN Derby Vol. 5.PKN San Juan Vol. 6 [Flickr]PKN Derby Vol. 5 -- and check out all previous sets as well [Flickr] Calendar Here's what you can look forward to in terms of PechaKucha action tomorrow night (Tuesday, June 12): PKN Aalborg Vol. 8, PKN Toledo Vol. 2, PKN Ottawa Vol. 5, and PKN Hawkes Bay Vol. 2.
Improving Our City Streets, a Czech Animation Project, and a Report from Sacramento
Presentations Barry Wilson is a landscape architect, and in his presentation (from PKN Shenzhen Vol. 11) he hopes to show how we can work to make our city streets function in a better and more efficient way. Animánie is an innovative project with the goal of spreading the possibilities of animation to the general public. As you'll find out in this presentation (in Czech, from PKN Plzen Vol. 1), it promotes artistic expression by children and youth in the field of animation. Posters On the Tumblr blog today is the poster for this month's special London Design Festival edition of that city's PechaKucha Night series, taking place on September 21 at the Designjunction venue (The Sorting Office 21-31 New Oxford Street). The event has a fantastic lineup, including Lee Broom, Ben Rousseau, William Hall, Anthony Burrill, Moritz Waldermeyer, Amos Merchant, Jason Bruges, Giles Miller, Joe Doucet, and Andrew Stafford. Event Report Here's a report from PKN Sacramento organizer Claire Obenson on the city's recent Vol. 18:Held for the first time at the amazing Hot Italian Restaurant, it featured several presenters: John Krempel and his stunning art; self-possessed College students, Olivia, Rachel and Kelsey who showed photography and art; Robina Conway and her awesome wall paintings; Scott Vaughn with his bamboo tatooed leg and his fishing exploits; Entertaining architect, Dennis Dong and PK Night Poster Designer extraordinaire, Julie Vatuone, who presented work from her new business - Dirty up the Dress - with her business partner, Sonia Hidalgo. Sonia in her first jaunt as an MC was sparkling with her off-the-cuff kind remarks about the presenters and her ad-libbed presentation. It was simply awesome! Sonia will also be MCing Pecha Kucha Night Vol 19 during Sacramento's first ever Architecture Festival - stay tuned!Calendar Tonight (September 11) we have PKN Toronto Vol. 17, with tomorrow night featuring the following four events: PKN Cleveland Vol. 16, PKN Ekaterinburg Vol. 5, PKN Bozeman Vol. 4, and PKN Stockholm Vol. 35.
PKN Video: Beirut Vol. 16
On top of the great flyer we just shared for this Wednesday's PKN Beirut Vol. 16, here's a fantastic teaser video that was also produced for the event. Concept and animation is by Dima Boulad.
Tips for Stop Motion That Also Apply to Everyday Life
We kick off a new week of "Presentations of the Day" with a fresh presentation from last week's PKN Tokyo Vol. 102. Abi Laurel loves producing stop motion animation, and in her presentation she uses the things she's learned through that work as the basis for tips that are useful for both stop motion and everyday life.
Games as Interactive Art
"We're trying to translate these classical concepts from painting -- a static medium -- to 3D environments..." Artist, game designer, and author Chris Solarski speaks on the points where video games intersect with classical art, film, and animation. In "Games as Interactive Art" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 114, he discusses the interactive aspect of games, and how this element fundamentally changes the way we engage with images.