WELLINGTON Search Results: “childhood”
A Centenarian Remembers
BY GRAHAM BATHGATE
@ VOL 30
ON OCT 15, 2016
Graham Bathgate lyrically describes his conversations and discoveries with centenarian Thelma McLean as part of a book he presented Thelma for her 105th birthday: about poetry she learned at school and loved, and could still recite; images of when she was growing up; and a life of reflections. Thelma has passed on. This delightful warm presentation enshrines her life and memories. E nga mate, haere, haere, haere atu ra!
SITEWIDE Search Results: “childhood”
Apr 22, 2010
798 Union Hall
Feb 21, 2013
Jun 06, 2013
Trois Dix organic restaurant
Jun 08, 2013
Figge Art Museum
Feb 27, 2014
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Hyatt Regency Vancouver
Apr 27, 2014
16 West Marketplace
Nov 19, 2014
Honolulu Museum of Art School
Aug 14, 2015
The Tin Music & Arts, Canal Basin Vaults
Dec 05, 2017
Madison, WI @ Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center
BY SHAWN GARDNER
@ VOL 9
ON SEP 18, 2012
Author and father of four Shawn Gardner works with 2NOT1, an organization focused on emphasizing the importance of fathers in the family unit. Through this organization he is trying to change the lives of children for the better by encouraging fathers to take responsibility for their kids' upbringing.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 7, 2013.
Soft Interaction for Connectedness and Well-being
BY JINSIL (HWARYOUNG) SEO
@ VOL 6
ON MAR 01, 2016
Jinsil (Hwaryoung) Seo presents some of her interactive art research using soft/organic materials for children with autism and older adults. Her research focuses on promoting social/intergenerational connectedness and wellbeing.
"Girls Don't Ask for Seconds" and Other Lessons from a Third Culture Childhood
BY NAMI ISHIHARA
@ VOL 3
ON JUN 02, 2016
Nami Ishihara is often asked "Where are you from?“ and it is not easy for her to answer. In her presentation, she talks about her childhood experience as a Third Culture Kid, growing up between Japanese and American cultures.
Art of the Pencils
BY CAROLINE WEAVER
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
“Pencil is a small thing that can make a big difference in the lives of people who use them.”
In "Art of the Pencil" from PechaKucha Night New York Vol.16 , Caroline Weaver, amateur pencil collector but lifelong pencil lover, founded CW Pencil Enterprise in November 2014. With her pencil experts, Caroline digs up the stories and origins of these objects and make them accessible to those who appreciate them for their functionality, beauty and history. As simple as it may be, the pencil is something which despite advances in technology will never become obsolete.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016.
Aquellos maravillosos años... escolares
BY BELÉN HALLADO
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 21, 2017
Belén Hallado tiene un máster en física. Actualmente está trabajando como profesora de matemáticas y ciencias en IES Alisal, un Instituto en Santander.
Belén hablaba sobre "esos maravillosos años ... escolares". Ella nos llevó de vuelta al pasado (alrededor de los años 70) con su experiencia en la escuela a lo largo de los años hasta hoy, cuando ya no es estudiante pero Un Maestra.
Aquellos primeros 7 años de vida
BY ESTEFANÍA GABASA GABASA
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 21, 2017
Estefanía Gabassa es una estudiante. Su pasión son los números, y está enamorada del Sol y del Mar.
Ella hablaba de cómo influyen esos primeros años de existencia en la creación de nuestra personalidad.
Cómo ser conscientes de desaprender lo aprendido y crear nuestra propia vida, nuestros propios pensamientos, la creación de los actos propios.
Cómo la influencia de mamá y papá está vigente hasta que la decisión de cambiar patrones encauza nuestro propio desarrollo y nuestra propia historia.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Yes, PechaKucha Night in Vancouver Vol. 6 is indeed sold out, but here's a touching presentation from the previous volume, in which photojournalist Jeff Topham reflects -- through photography taken by his father -- about his childhood growing up in Liberia. He follows that up with a look at what he experienced when he returned to that country a few years ago.
Ryo Bordini Chikushi
Today we highlight two more presentation from the Berlin "Global PechaKucha Night for Haiti" event, starting off with PKN vet Ryo Bordini Chikushi -- you can see his previous presentation on the "Peace Sweater" project here -- talking about his "Liegewiese." Ryotaro Bordini Chikushi opened PKN Haiti in Berlin with a heartwarming presentation about the "Liegewiese," a very large lounger he re-designed and built himself in homage to the original custom made piece his Italian father invented during Ryotaro's childhood. A presentation about heritage. It was great to see how the guests fell in love with this piece of furniture (which they actually lounged on all together) after they heard the whole story about it.
Eric Chan (aka Eepmon) is a Canadian designer now based in New York, and in this presentation, he shares the childhood creations he produced as a kid, and shows how they link up to and influenced the work he creates these days. It was recorded at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 91.
Tales Therapy and Dreams
Katerina Egorushkina (of PKN Kyiv Vol. 9) speaks -- in Ukrainian -- on the extent to which childhood fables shape our dreams. We learn about "tales therapy": through the impression of therapeutic tales and creative visualization one can convert their (not borrowed!) dreams to reality. Katerina shares her personal and professional experiences with tales therapy in this presentation.
Several Tools to Organize Childhood Dreams
Protasov Olga shares (at PKN Kyiv Vol. 9, in Ukrainian) a few ideas on the education of her children, and hopes to inspire us to borrow from her experience. In her presentation, she points out that it's often the little things we fail to notice that end up shaping our children into the adults they become.
Journey into Eldership
The communal lifestyle and ritual of the Cree aboriginal tribes played a key role in the lives of the two presenters of today's edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Edmonton Vol. 15). We hear from Elder Gilman Cardinal and Tashina Makokis, two members of the Cree tribe, separated by a generation. Gilman speaks of his childhood with the tribe, his adulthood outside of it, and his return through eldership. Tashina speaks on the importance of perpetuating the Cree's cultural memory. She discusses her role in bringing together the youth and elders of her community in an effort to preserve cultural traditions.
The Empty Church: My Year of Belief
“The church was empty, no one was sitting there, not even me. Nothing. It was the most beautiful thing I had ever felt.” Cartoonist and illustrator Dylan Horrocks begins with his childhood desire to believe in fantastical beings. In “The Empty Church: My Year of Belief” from PKN Christchurch Vol. 20, he shows us how after years of Atheism, he decided to give belief a chance, and he surveyed people in an attempt to see things through their eyes. He soon found the border between religion and unbelief was much more complicated that he had thought.
"I had a new clarity of how midwestern I was, and what the midwest looked like. I got really excited about something that had seemed very ordinary to me." In Waving Goodbye from United States Artists Assembly in Chicago, artist Deanna Dikeman guides us through her photography, billboard and poster projects. Her unassuming work, while humble is rife with intention and artful curiosity, relatable and resonating. Based in the Midwest, she explores the themes of family, childhood memories, dance, fashion, lost and found, life and death.
The Creative Evolution of the Coloring Book Lady
"If anybody would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up I would say 'I want to go to the Royal College of Art in Kensington Gore.' I had no idea where Kensington Gore was. I didn't care where it was, I just wanted to go there. I had a book about from the Royal College of Art and I loved the people in it, and I wanted to be one of those people." In The Creative Evolution of the Coloring Book Lady from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea Vol. 1, Mel Elliott takes us on a journey from her childhood dream to attend The Royal College of Art, to an early project for an advertising agency, to self publishing a Kate Moss colouring books and beyond. She continues to grow her business "I Love Mel" and practice, developing a range of products including temporary tattoos, t-shirts and card games.
PechaKucha People: Nami Ishihara
This week's PK People Spotlight lands on PKN Vientiane's organizer, Nami Ishihara, who has shared via the 20x20 format her experience growing up between Japanese and American cultures as a "Third Culture Kid". Now an organization change facilitator who loves to connect people, she believes that everyone has something original and interesting inside them, and PechaKucha is a great way to share that something special! Through organizing PechaKucha, she has found that Vientiane is a small city with a wealth of creative talent, often undiscovered. She is proud that PechaKucha Nights have invigorated the arts and social scene in Vientiane by providing a forum for people to share their ideas with each other and with the world.