ASHEVILLE Search Results: “challenge”
OE Inspires Poetry
BY RANDI JANELLE
@ VOL 11
ON MAY 20, 2016
The Overseas Experience might be familiar as "the gap year" or "taking a year to travel." But when the year becomes longer, the decision to stay or leave a country and redefine home can be an unforseen challenge. Poet and photographer, Randi Janelle, explains her struggles with this challenge from her time in New Zealand.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “challenge”
Kells Irish Pub
May 07, 2010
May 18, 2011
Solomon Monks Pump House
Jul 18, 2011
May 31, 2012
Detroit Beer Co
Jun 10, 2016
Jan 27, 2017
Policy Solutions to Climate Change Challenges
Apr 19, 2017
Powered by PechaKucha
Sep 28, 2017
The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge Science Park
Nov 08, 2017
Mar 02, 2018
Challengers and Icons
BY HAMISH CAMPBELL
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 18, 2015
Hamish Campbell introduces his independent design business, Pearlfisher. In this presentation, Hamish presents about design history's pioneers, heroes, innovators, explorers, challengers, and icons, focusing on the challengers and iconic principles of the design field.
Challenge étudiant, groupe 2 : Échange, entraide, bien-être
BY EMMANUEL WETOUMDIE
@ VOL 12
ON OCT 15, 2015
Challenge étudiant : imaginez un dispositif permettant de soulager ou améliorer les conditions de travail de l’aide à domicile au quotidien comme dans des situations complexes.
Emmanuel Wetoumdie (3iL), Julie Cassius (IAE), Elisabeth Sampaio (IRFSS) et Marjorie Bienert (ENSIL) devaient répondre à la question suivante :
Comment faire pour mettre en place de nouveaux espaces de formation en s’appuyant sur les expériences, vécus et formations des aides à domicile tout en valorisant ce métier ?
Challenge étudiant, groupe 1
BY ESLEM BENASSEUR
@ VOL 12
ON OCT 15, 2015
Challenge étudiant : imaginez un dispositif organisationnel et de coordination permettant aux professionnels du domicile d’être plus efficaces dans l’exercice de leur métier.
Bérénice Sockeng (3iL), Ba Harouna (IAE), Glawdys Delfour (IRFSS) et Eslem Benasseur (ENSIL). devaient répondre à la question suivante :
Quel dispositif de communication permet de renforcer
le lien entre les différents professionnels tout en répondant aux attentes des bénéficiaires ?
Where is My Mind
BY LEAH SIMMONS
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 04, 2016
Leah Simmons is a graphic designer by day and roller derby player by night! Her passion for art and graphics is something that she carries through all aspects of her life, from volunteering her talents to local charities to her most recently creation of her own freelance design business, Sugar Skull Design. Just over a year ago, Leah suffered a traumatic brain injury during a roller derby game that not only challenged her perception of the world around her, but also art as a tool of self reflection and healing.
Персональные проекты: зачем они нужны в карьере иллюстратора?
BY IRINA KOSTYSHINA
@ VOL 22
ON FEB 23, 2017
Ирина Костышина: Профессиональный дизайнер и иллюстратор, живет и работает в Киеве. Сотрудничала с такими клиентами, как St.Sophia Homes, EmCell, ЦСМ, Ухо, фестиваль 86, Closer, ИВР и другими. Стипендиатка программы Министерства культуры Польши Gaude Polonia.
Персональные проекты: зачем они нужны в карьере иллюстратора? Я хотела бы рассказать о такой важной, но иногда несколько пренебрегаемой даже профессиональными иллюстраторами теме, как персональные проекты. Для чего они нужны? Как разнообразные персональные челленджи помогают не только развиваться, но и продвигать себя? Как выстроить баланс между количеством персональных и коммерческих работ в портфолио? Чему может научить работа над персональным проектом? В рамках этого рассказа я хотела бы показать один из таких своих проектов — The Poznaner, над которым я работала во время своего пребывания в Польше полгода.
5 Things We Want our 40 Year-Old Selves to Know
“You are not going to be applauding yourself for living a stable and steady life. Instead you are going to remember going outside of your comfort zone and doing crazy things!”
Julia Sun and Tania Kwan, graduating high school students, have 5 life lessons to share with their 40 year old selves despite their young age to remind us about the important things that we often seem to forget about.
Challenging a Confirmation Bias
BY LUCAS CHANG
@ VOL 15
ON JUN 09, 2017
“So you have a choice. If you choose to see teens as more than just kids, help them find their inner awesomeness. Mentor them. Coach them. Listen to them. But let them do it because they can.”
Lucas Chang, co-founder of Y2 Entrepreneurship Labs and a co-lead of Startup York, shares how teens and pre-teens are shaping our future by making positive changes and differences in the community.
Turning Challenge into Opportunity
BY KAREN LECKIE
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 29, 2017
Karen Leckie is a corporate trainer, agent of change, and breakthrough coach. Karen facilitates workshops and training on leadership development, coaching, employee engagement and organization development and is a best-selling author of books. She shares how you can change your mindset on life’s difficulties and obstacles, and learn how to turn any loss into gain!
Living in the Euregion: overcoming physical and mental borders
BY MIGNON SCHICHEL
@ VOL 34
ON JAN 30, 2018
Mignon Schichel experienced how living in a border region prepared her for crossing mental and physical borders. Consciously or not, crossing physical or mental borders has played an important role at several stages in her life.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Heineken Future Bottle Design Challenge 2013
If you've watched our batch of presentations from the recent Tokyo Designers Week edition PechaKucha Night, then you'll recall a presentation by Heineken's Global Head of Design, Mark van Iterson (pictured below), about the company's new bottle remix competition ("Remix Our Future"). Following the success of last year's inaugural edition -- in which our very own PechaKucha co-founder, Mark Dytham, was a judge -- they're doing it again, this time incorporating the brand's 140 years history as part of the brief. And yes, the two Marks will be judging the competition again. You'll find more details on the competition in this post over at Cool Hunting, or you can go directly to the "Heineken Future Bottle Design Challenge 2013" site (Facebook page) to enter.
Joshua Davis and the Heineken Future Bottle Remix Competition
There's only a month left to enter Heineken's Future Bottle Design Challenge -- which you'll recall PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham is judging -- and this weekend (on Saturday, 11am EST to be exact), graphic designer Joshua Davis (who is also judging) will be giving a live workshop, helping young designers come up with proper briefs for the competition. You can watch here live on Saturday.
Using the Format at Conferences
The PechaKucha format goes beyond regular PechaKucha Nights, and we are often contacted about having one-off PechaKucha sessions as part of conferences or festivals, which we call "Powered by PechaKucha" events. Here's one planned for the Werklund School of Education's IDEAS: Rising to the Challenge conference in Calgary. This spring, a conference focusing on education innovation will be held on campus, and PechaKucha will figure prominently in the program. The conference, called IDEAS: Rising to the Challenge, will focus on creating opportunities for participants to inform each other’s work, to build on ideas and to challenge the ideas of learning and teaching. According to Brenda Gladstone, co-chair of the conference and Chief Operating Officer of the Galileo Educational Network, the two-day event is for innovators, designers, educators, academics, researchers and students (hence the acronym IDEAS). “Participants will build new knowledge networks,” says Gladstone. “These networks will focus on scholarship for teaching, in which research informs teaching and leading practices, and leading edge practices from the field inform research.” Read the rest of the article.
Nurturing Your Child's Creativity
Creativity is a place you and your child should go. Sharon Exley presents the top 10 ways to nurture creativity, challenge, adventure, and more in children. In “Nurturing Your Child’s Creativity” from PKN Chicago Vol. 32 she shows us that apples don't fall far from trees (via her own brave and artful explorer, Emma).
"In 2013 the most expensive fish was sold for 1.8 million dollars..." Using food as a way to learn more about culture, while living in Aomori City, Japan for 5 years, Tesia Smith took on her own challenge, eating her favorite restuarant's entire menu. In "Sushi Blogging" from PKN Accident Vol. 2, we see that finding new favorite sushi and challenging unpleasant sushi, she created a blog her sushi journey.
The Sun Rising on Dundee
Dundee, Scotland has some sunsets that can challenge Hawaii’s. Graphic designer and PKN Dundee co-organiser Lyall Bruce shows us a thing or two about his beloved city, and what you ought to see when you visit. In “The Sun Rising on Dundee” from PKN Tokyo Vol. 123, he tells us all about Dundee’s architecture, culture, gaming scene, and naturally, its gorgeous sunrises and sunsets.
Life Design Challenge
"Designers are the magicians who give the first speck of magical dust and bring any idea to life."In Life Design Challenge from Bandar Seri Begawan, Vol. 3, Syen Abu Bakar's current project involves a hundred logos and the population of Brunei. In an attempt to show the relationship between designer and company, and the influence design has in life, Syen has created a competition where one hundred logos will be compiled into a book called Brunei 100 Logo Design. With a few personal thoughts about what being a designer is, he quetsions the designer status in Brunei.Enjoy!
Challengers and Icons
"We have our own philosophy of bold, lucid, and unexpected thinking... and we share this with our clients."In Challengers and Icons from Brooklyn, Vol. 4, creative director at acclaimed NY design firm, Pearlfisher, Hamish Campbell gives us an inside look at what creative principals are applied when working with some of the most desirable brands in the world. He shares how his creative inspiration applies to, and draws upon, the ideas of pioneers, heroes, innovators, explorers, challengers, icons. Despite being a sophisticated and nuanced topic for some, Campbell's delivery is distilled, accessible, and fun. Enjoy!
The Space Shuttle Challenger - What Went Wrong?!
"The problem was they had already had failures previous to this, and they kept launching when they shouldn't have."In The Space Shuttle Challenger - What Went Wrong?! from Sioux Falls Vol. 14, former Nasa technician John Kolander talks about the tragic Challenger disaster that occurred January 28th, 1986 and his perspective while working from the Launch Control Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base. In this stoic presentation, Kolander recollects that heavy moment, systematically breaking down in simple terms the chain of events that when wrong. Revisit the tragedy that broke our hearts but not our spirits, and reflect on the those that gave their lives in our ongoing reach for the stars and beyond.
Perspectives Post PechaKucha
How does it feel like to attend a PechaKucha Night for the first time? Katrina Jacobsen Jensen gave a compelling presentation on "Redefining Identity" at PechaKucha Maastricht Vol. 27. She wrote a blog post about her first PechaKucha experience. Although it sounds a little bit like a strange sneeze….. if someone asks you to be a part of a PechaKucha night….say YES! This year in Maastricht, I attended my first PechaKucha evening (Japanese for "chit chat") and now I'm hooked! I was requested to prepare a 6 minute and 40 second speech which would be accompanied by 20 slides shown in 20 second intervals. The standard PechaKucha format designed to keep speakers concise and on track. After finalizing the outline and selecting my 20 images, I began practising my presentation with a timer. Well….back to the drawing board! Who knew that fitting a speech into 6 minutes and 40 seconds would be such a challenge? For some it may seem like a very long time. For me however, it was not an easy task to get my story across in a relatively short time span while keeping it interesting and making sure the audience would be able to comfortably follow the content. Through many modifications and countless trial runs, I fine tuned my presentation and was ready for the event. As the final speaker of the evening, I had the unique opportunity to enjoy the entire night from the audience before my name was announced. My fellow presenters' topics ranged from art to business, travel, history, health, music and more. I liked that there was no specific theme and felt that the variety kept the night diverse and offered a full spectrum of knowledge. Something of interest for everyone present. The evening made me more aware of all kinds of events taking place in my neighbourhood and people around me that I previously knew nothing about. What an excellent networking tool! The response to my speech on "Redefining Identity" was very positive and seemed to inspire people, which of course in turn, inspired me. It gave me a chance to further connect with my intelligent, creative community while sharing some of my experiences. With more than 700 cities worldwide hosting PechaKucha evenings, there is a good chance that one is near you. So despite the name triggering an urge to sneeze, if you're ever given the opportunity, be sure to be in attendance! by Katrina Jacobsen Jensen