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NEW ORLEANS PRESENTATIONS
Could I Take a Bullet?
BY JOHN RICHIE
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 20, 2013
Filmmaker John Richie speaks about the people that he came to know making "Shell Shocked", a documentary about youth and gun violence in New Orleans. He became very close to people that had lost loved ones (oftentimes children) in this way.
Many of the shootings in New Orleans are due to retaliatory violence. Like Ed Buckner says in Shell Shocked, “When you shoot one black kid, all you are doing is inciting his 20 friends to come and kill you.”
As John says, "The retaliatory response is a young man’s way of dealing with it, and only a small group of “hardheads” will do this. Most people who have lost a loved one in this violent, unfair way have years, if not a lifetime, of intense grief and anger. But what I’ve seen from the mothers, fathers, and friends of victims is an amazing transcendence from grief to compassion and enlightenment. I’m amazed by it, and I wonder if I lost my brother or best friend to gun violence which path I’d take. I hope I would follow the example of the great people in my film Shell Shocked."
Shell Shocked is screening at the National League of Cities conference in 2013 and is available for purchase at www.shellshockeddoc.com
Food Is the Gift
BY NEAL SWIDLER
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 06, 2014
BY CHRIS GRANGER
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 20, 2013
New Orleans freelance and Times Picayune Staff photographer, Chris Granger, shows us some of his work of folks he has found to be heroic and have opened up and shared thier lives with him. He proves that heroic people can be found in the most unlikely of places and situations.
Music, Fishing & Fun, Famous People
BY MICHAEL PATRICK WELCH
@ VOL 13
ON AUG 07, 2014
Michael Patrick Welch talks about fun times with people around town, fishing, Chauncey Gardner, his pygmy goat, and a fishing cat!?! Welch has a daughter named Cleopatra and another one on the way! He blogs at michaelpatrickwelch.org
BY STEVIE LEWIS
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 08, 2014
Stevie Lewis is the Outreach Manager for Public Laboratory, which is a community of people that collects and builds environmental tools and provides access to resources for anyone that would be interested. Stevie shares how anyone can access the open source tools and programs.
Finding Myself Through Kite Boarding
BY CHRIS STUCKEY
@ VOL 17
ON MAY 13, 2015
Chris Stuckey came to New Orleans in 2002 as a social person, but found himself still a bit lost and discovered kite boarding. Stuckey has traveled the country, building his skills and connecting with likeminded people in the process. He shares with us how his passion for kite boarding pushed boundaries of his abilities and help him grow personally to create balance.
Community Participation and Architecture
BY MARY GILMORE
@ VOL 17
ON MAY 13, 2015
"We wanted every design decision that we made to be affordable, made locally, and something that could teach a skill."
In Community Participation and Architecture, from PechaKucha Night New Orleans, Vol. 17, architect Mary Gilmore, shares her master’s thesis on Community Participation and Architecture. Her belief is that if people participated in the design and construction of a building, not only will they become stake holders in the process, but also learn something. To put her thesis into practice, Mary moved to India and then later to Mali, West Africa with the Peace Corps. Now as a practicing architect here in the states, she is has rediscovered the notion of community participation and architecture.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, October 19th, 2015.
Reckless By Nature - Finding the Flow
BY BRENT E. HOUZENGA
@ VOL 18
ON OCT 22, 2015
Brent Houzenga is a New Orleans-based painter and musician who could be the epitome of reckless youth growing in Fulton, IL and being told he can be whatever he wanted. Today new father, Brent’s projects consists of painting of dead people. He shares with us his idea of finding and achieving flow in his work and life.
An Addiction to the Rawness
Jack of all trades, Ross Lunz, is an artist, silver smith, carpenter, firefighter, former commercial fisherman, EMT to list only a few of the many hats Ross has worn throughout his life so far. Asking whether the path he has chosen has been reckless or a series of calculated risks. Ross admits that he is addicted to the rawness.
Ross evacuated New Orleans the Sunday before Katrina and retuned Wednesday with a 14 foot boat and was a freelance USAR (Urban Search and Rescue). First rescuing people than transitioning to animals. Ross learned that he had an aptitude for rescue and became a firefighter.
All Ross’s rich and diverse history bleeds into his studio practice. His work tells a story, often about New Orleans. Now Ross and his wife are onto the next chapter in their lives and moving to New Mexico after being in New Orleans for the past 14 years.
Where Do I Go From Here?
BY JUSTIN SHIELS
@ VOL 18
ON OCT 22, 2015
Justin Shiels is a creative director, graphic designer and marketing strategist whose greatest joy is making things happen. Formerly he ran a local publication called Go INVADE that celebrated the people, places and projects here in New Orleans. Currently, he helps build brands through his boutique design and marketing studio This Creative Lab. Justin talks about how the ideas that we have as children and ideas that we have in college are the ones that teach us who we are.
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Housing the Dead
BY JONATHAN JEFFREY
@ VOL 2
ON APR 23, 2013
Jonathan Jeffrey talks about grave houses, explaining the differences between houses and other cemetery structures like crypts. He gives some examples of different types of grave houses, and talks about the variety of architectural features and styles that can be found in grave houses around Kentucky.
"Presentation of the Day" on May 11, 2013.
The Library's Dead, Long Live The Library
BY PAM SALIBA
@ VOL 2
ON FEB 07, 2014
Pam Saliba has a particular passion for all the contents that libraries possess. Unfortunately, often libraries can be viewed as common book depositories which is not true. Pam names off several examples of the things that libraries have been able to innovate with.
I See Dead People
BY JESSICA SAXON
@ VOL 1
ON APR 18, 2015
Professor of English at Craven Community College in New Bern, Jessica Saxon looks at early forms of "Spirit Photographery" and "Memento Mori," Victorian photos of the recently deceased. She discusses these earliest forms of photos manipulation that attempt to quantify and solidify the unknown.
Dead Press vs. The Fresh Prints
BY PIRMIN HAGEN
@ VOL 7
ON MAR 20, 2015
Pirmin Hagen berichtet mit seinem Bruder, auf sehr witzige Art und Weise über die gemeinsame Druckleidenschaft. Sie haben alte Druckmaschinen erworben und diese in einer Halle aufgebaut. Nun soll dem Ganzen wieder Leben eingehaucht werden. Von Letterpress über Siebdruck zu Buchdruckmaschinen bis zu Litographiepressen ist alles zu finden - wohin die Reise führt wird sich allerdings noch zeigen.
Dead Frog in the Rental Car
BY SUSAN MAILLOT
@ VOL 3
ON MAY 26, 2015
This is a look at finding delight and laughter, loneliness and frustration, and amazing people we find in our business travel journey. Different than holiday and exploration travel where it's all about "me", business travel comes with a "they" agenda and the parameters that brings. The trick is not to lose yourself in the agenda and to enjoy the ride and the surprises you may find.
Alone in Lofoten: 48 Hours with 17,000 Tons of Dead Fish
BY ADAM KUEHL
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 12, 2015
Adam Kuehl is an award winning photographer who's trip through Iceland, Denmark and Norway walked him into the lives of the local fisherman. He talks us through those experiences with his photos in this presentation "Alone in Lofoten: 48 Hours with 17,000 Tons of Dead Fish".
Adam Kuehl was born in Oak Park, Illinois. After obtaining a B.F.A. in photography from SCAD in 2005, he began working for the university to produce award-winning look books, national ad campaigns and other special projects.
Although Adam photographs a variety of subjects, his work is rooted in urban landscapes. His series Savannah Nights has exhibited internationally and gained him inclusion in Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Tenth as one of the Top 100 Emerging American Photographers. Kuehl was named 25 Under 25: Up-And-Coming American Photographers by the Center for Documentary Studies. His work has also appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, Architectural Digest, Vogue, PDN, Metropolitan Home among many others.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Creativity, Dead or Alive?
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb-gHE0MFJQ We were big fans of the last video that Johannesburg put together before its first PechaKucha Night, and they've done it again with a great new "trailer" for Vol. 2, scheduled for July 2.
Housing the Dead
For our last "Presentation of the Day" for the week, we go slightly morbid. Jonathan Jeffrey talks about grave houses, explaining the differences between houses and other cemetery structures like crypts. He gives some examples of different types of grave houses, and talks about the variety of architectural features and styles that can be found in grave houses around Kentucky.
PechaKucha People: Netta Egoz
This week the Pechakucha People Spotlight shines on Netta Egoz of Christchurch New Zealand, whose role as PechaKucha City ORganzier plays a key part in her community's "city-making movement''. In addition to PKN organizer and presenter extraordinaire she's also a community Lawyer AND spends her spare hours on the radio via RDU 98.5fm (Chch).
PechaKucha People: Elyas and Heba
The PechaKucha People spotlight shines on Elyas and Heba, PK Organizers in Aden who, after their visit to Tokyo in 2015, were never able to return home as war broke our in their native Yemen. Calling Amman in Jordon home for the past 2 years, they'll be starting a new PKN series there soon. Good Luck!
PechaKucha People: Klaus Schlichter
Our PechaKucha People spotlight this week lands on one of the many unsung heroes of PechaKucha, the man behind PKN Aalen's always legendary posters - graphic designer Klaus Schlichter! We salute you Klaus and all the artists who've dedicated their creativity to one of our most favorite aspects of PechaKucha - The Posters!!!"
PK People: Tursunai Brimkulova
Our PechaKucha People spotlight heads to Kyrgyzstan where we spotlight one of our newest organizers, PechaKucha Night Bishkek's, Tursunai Brimkulova. A fresh graduate, journalist, English teacher and traveler, she's open to new adventures and projects, committed to uncovering Bishkek's hidden creativity!
PechaKucha People: Ange Friesen
Few people are more deserving of the weekly PechaKucha People spotlight than PKN Markham's cracker-jack organizer, Ange Friesen. Time and time again, PechaKucha Night Markham curates a top-notch roster presenters whose 20x20 presentations continually stand out as some of the best. We thank and salute you Ange!
PechaKucha People: Kenneth Chong
This week's PechaKucha People spotlight shines on the person behind the spotlight (and presentation deck) at PechaKucha Night Tokyo, Kenneth Chong. Co-curating Tokyo's always-impressive presenter line-up is just one of his appreciated talents. He's also a highly intuitive designer at Klein Dytham architecture. Cheers Neth!
PechaKucha People: Yoshiharu Nakayama
Our weekly PechaKucha People feature highlights PechaKucha Night Kumamoto organizer, Yoshiharu Nakayama! As a Doctor, CEO, dedicated community organizer, Nakayama-san stands out for spearheading a number of inspiring initiatives, one aimed to eliminate the disparity of medical care between cities and rural areas, another focussed on community creation triggered by the 2011 East Japan great earthquake and the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes, and more. Nakayama-san, it's a privilege to have such on-target people amongst the ranks!
PechaKucha People: Baseema Ishaaq
The PechaKucha People spotlights gets meta this week on PKN Bandar Seri Begawan co-organizer Baseema Ishaaq, whose contagious smile, along with BSB's always incredible presentations, most recently from their Vol Vol. 11, puts us in a positive feedback loop :-)))))) Check out their on-target 20x20s and hop into our PechaKucha People spotlight to see more amazing people that make our creative family so special!