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Nov 19, 2014
Being Aware of Urban Ecology
BY STEVE SULLIVAN
@ VOL 28
ON DEC 03, 2013
Steve Sullivan talks about the importance of ecology and being aware of our natural surroundings and how we interact with them. He specifically talks about squrriels in the Chicago area as a means to encourage people to become more aware of how impactful they are to the urban ecology.
Hip Hop Hooray
BY FOTOSYNTHESE *
@ VOL 5
ON FEB 28, 2013
Fotosynthese is Breda's youngest and most well known MC. Apart from one million views on 101Barz, his Rookie Of The Year nomination at the State Awards, the fact that he was the youngest Hip Hop finalist ever Grote Prijs, and his more than 100 appearances at parties and festivals one thing is clear: Fotosynthese is here to stay (in school).
Japanese Cinema through the Eyes of Europe
BY HIROMI AIHARA
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN?
ON FEB 19, 2015
Hiromi Aihara and Yuri Kubota talk about how Japanese movies are appreciated in Europe. They also speak about the many European movie Awards given to the films in Japan. Yuri Kubota then explores the development of future Japanese animated films.
BY MASAHIRO YASUDA
@ JAPANESE ART OR ART IN JAPAN?
ON FEB 19, 2015
Masahiro Yasuda, the founder of Yamanote Jijosha, speaks about the many Yojo-han styles plays he has written and directed. Yojo-han combines the art and style of European and Japanese. He has won multiple awards in many Japanese events for these plays.
Using Art as a Medium to Raise Awareness
BY VARUNA SRINIVASAN
@ VOL 7
ON MAY 30, 2015
Varuna Srinivasan is a medical student just passing out of SRM Medical University, Chennai. She has interest in the non-profit sector. She has volunteered with multiple NGO’s and arranged various awareness raising events and recently she started her own organization ‘Tribal Hearts Foundation’ where the goal is to find creative ways to raise awareness on key issues.
L’Habitat Regroupé Adapté : Méthodologie, Démarche
BY CLOTILDE BERGHE
@ VOL 11
ON JUN 25, 2015
Autonom’Lab nous présente la démarche suivie pour réaliser leur étude
sur « L’Habitat Regroupé Adapté : analyses et préconisations » qui leur a valu d’être récompensés lors de l’édition 2015 des International Design for All Foundation Awards, dans la catégorie « Méthodologies et études ».
BY ALAIN BERTEAU
@ VOL 3
ON JUN 15, 2016
Alain Berteau est diplômé architecte à La Cambre en 1996.
Il établit son agence Alain Berteau Designworks à Bruxelles et développe dès 2001, parallèlement à son travail d’architecte, ses activités en design produit. Lauréat du titre « Designer of the year » en 2006 lors à la biennale INTERIEUR KORTRIJK, finaliste des prix INDEX design awards, et lauréat de divers IF Design Awards et RED DOT design awards, il est désormais à la tête une des principales agences belges en matière de design produit, de design intérieur et de création de marque (branding). Alain Berteau assure la direction créative des marques belges ABV (abv.be, solutions acoustiques et équipement pour le bureau), de RVB (rvb.be, les robinets), et également de la marque belge innovante et en pleine croissance : OBJEKTEN SYSTEMS (objekten.com, mobilier contemporain), qu’il a co-fondé.
Alain Berteau a été pendant plus de 10 ans professeur de design mobilier à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels LA CAMBRE, et il enseigne désormais au CAD à Bruxelles.
The Joy of Destroying My Business
BY MICHAEL BARTON
@ VOL 4
ON AUG 11, 2016
While operating a successful photography studio in Batavia, Illinois, Michael Barton was honored with many awards and accolades while becoming one of the most decorated photographers in the country. Although these distinctions opened doors to opportunities that few photographers get to experience, there was always something missing. After walking away from what he had spent so much time creating, it turns out that even better things were waiting for him.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Mark Hoekstra PechaKucha Award
Today, September 20, we mark the passing of a dear friend of the PechaKucha family, Mark Hoeskstra, with a very special announcement, and the first public project from the PechaKucha Foundation. Read on for full details on the "Mark Hoekstra PechaKucha Award." Mark liked to ‘get his geek on’ and his blog GEEKtechnique.org showed the world how to get its collective geek on. Whether an iPod charger for his bicycle, a love-toy made from hacked Ikea products or his iNoPhone collection -- Mark inspired many with his amazing creativity which he so generously shared. PechaKucha Night met Mark, as you would expect, online and shortly after PechaKucha Night Groningen was born with the first event held in October 2006. PechaKucha Nights were held all over the city in old churches, department stores -- Mark and PechaKucha even made it onto national TV. Sadly and very unexpectedly Mark passed away on September 20th, 2008. He was 34. To celebrate Mark’s life and his passion for the GEEK in us all the PechaKucha Foundation and the PechaKucha Groningen team are launching the annual ‘Mark Hoekstra PechaKucha Award’ today, one year after he passed away, to find the person with the most GEEK technique! This award seeks to celebrate projects, ideas that express 'GEEK technique' to make the world a better, simpler and funnier place. We will be looking for PechaKucha presentations that are pro-social, pro-environment and pro-city and embody Mark’s love for the geek. Explore Mark’s amazing blog for inspiration! Full details of the award, judging system and how to upload your presentations will be announced in January when the website for the award is launched. We are working with several wonderful sponsors to bring this project to fruition. If you would like to support the project in any way please feel free to contact us: email@example.com
PKN Victoria Up for an Award
Big congratulations go out to the organizers of PechaKucha Night in Victoria for being nominated as part of the Monday Mag M Awards. Here's co-organizer Elisa Yon with more on the nomination. We are not going to pretend that we don't care about awards, cuz we do! PechaKucha Night Victoria has been nominated in the M Award category for BEST MULTIMEDIA EVENT. We are honoured to have been recognized by our local community, and it would be vegan icing on the cake to win the prestigious M Award. Even if it's likely to be an award that's drinkable or edible! The Monday Mag is THE local weekly arts and entertainment (free) newspaper. It is quite a popular publication as it offers a round up of what's happening in the local arts and culture scene. Every year they host an awards ceremony to recognize Victoria's visual, literary and performing artists. This year will their 9th Annual M Awards. We are in the voting stage at the moment. If you'd like to vote for us you can. To vote from your couch, visit this link, skip to the Multi-Media category and cast your vote.
PKN Orlando's Silver Brick Award
We shared the news a while back that PechaKucha Night in Orlando organizer Eddie Selover would receive the Silver Brick Award from the mayor, and here's a photo of Eddie receiving the award. More on the photo and the award:This is Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer presenting Eddie Selover with a Silver Brick Award at a ceremony in Orlando on March 15. The award is presented by the Downtown Orlando Partnership each year to projects which affect the Downtown Development District and contribute significantly to its quality of life, making Downtown Orlando a more exciting, interesting and desirable place to work, shop and play. Eddie accepted the award with PKN Orlando co-founder Dustin Clingman.
Wild About Art, Performance Art for Bookstore Awareness, and Photos from Toronto
Presentations Selena Seifert is a practicing artist as well as being a trained arts educationalist. As we find out in her presentation (from PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 2), she is currently the director of Wild Valley Art Park, based in Blue Mountains. Jian Guo Xiong Di is an independent curator, and in his presentation (in Chinese, from PKN Shenzhen Vol. 11) he covers the well-received “30 days of bookstore closings” project he produced last year. Why 30 days? Jian Guo explains that he would like to use this art performance to let people realize that these days so many bookstores are disappearing. Posters Today's addition to the Tumblr blog is our flyer for tomorrow night's PKN Tokyo Vol. 95 -- it was designed by Luis Mendo, from a photo by Michael Holmes. You'll find the list of presenters on the official event page. Photos Today we share a photo gallery [Flickr] for Toronto's recent Vol. 17, and the PK site will soon be hosting plenty of presentations from that evening. Above, a look at the crowd, and the participants in that night's "PechaKucha Mix" improv presentation. Calendar Here's what's on the schedule for tonight (September 25): PKN Bowling Green Vol. 1, PKN Birmingham Vol. 6, PKN Huddersfield Vol. 6, PKN Lyon Vol. 4, and PKN Nantes Vol. 4. Tomorrow, on top of the aforementioned PKN Tokyo Vol. 95, you'll find the following events: PKN Glasgow Vol. 10, PKN Skovde Vol. 9, PKN Lille Vol. 1, PKN Coventry Vol. 10, and PKN Providence Vol. 42.
Architizer A+ Awards
We're very happy to announce that PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham is one of the judges for this year's Architizer A+ Awards. The competition looks to highlight "the world’s best spaces and structures, and the minds behind them," and it's an honor for PechaKucha to be a part of it all. You'll find more details about the Awards on the dedicated site, and here's a video that shows off the creative process behind the making of the A+ Awards Statuette (pictured in this post), designed by Snarkitecture. The winners will be announced in May at a red carpet gala in NYC.
We were very humbled and thankful to be awarded the "Tokyo Prize" last week, given "for outstanding contribution to contemporary culture in Japan." It is represented by a trophy in the shape of a black crow, designed by artist Hiroki Tashiro -- if you've never been to Tokyo, let's just say that the black crow is a common sight, and represents the city well. Judges for the prize included Fumio Nanjo, Director of the Mori Art Museum. The prize was given to Mark & Astrid by Suzie Roos, wife of the the American Ambassador to Japan. Below, a few photos taken during the ceremony, which was accepted by PechaKucha founders Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham. Pictured throughout with his dog is Johnnie Walker, a mainstay in the Tokyo art scene, who helped launch the prize a few years ago.
Umea Creators' Award
It's with great joy that we find out that PechaKucha Night Umea organizer Anna Sjoberg has been given the Umea Creators' Award. This award was given to her in great part for her work with PechaKucha, which makes us extra happy. This message from the jury says it all: Anna has, from the original Japanese concept, created a curious and genuinely local platform which lets experiences, disciplines and ages collide.
A Declaration of Cultural Interest
Here at PechaKucha we're very proud to have received a variety of awards and special recognition in cities all over the world, and the latest such honor comes via the PechaKucha Night series in Colonia del Sacramento. The series has received from the Uruguay government -- more specifically, the Ministry of Education and Cutlure -- an official "Declaration of Cultural Interest," and that's before the first event has even been held (it's set for February 21). A big congratulations to the PKN Colonia del Sacramento team!
PKN Springfield, IL Organiser Given AIA Young Architect's Award
All smiles at the momentous Vol. 20 of PechaKucha Night Springfield, IL as co-City Organizer Alex Block was awarded the AIA's prestigious John Wellborn Root award for Young Architects. Check out the original post on the AIA Illinois Facebook page.
Taos Visionary Achievement Artist Award!
This week the Taos Fall Arts Board announced the recipients of their first Visionary Achievement Artist Award, given to artists who have made a major impact on the future of art in the community. Imagine how tickled and proud we were to hear that the award went our PechaKucha Taos Organizer, J. Matt Thomas! Well Done Matt!!! Stay tuned for Taos's upcoming PKN Vol. 18 this week!!!