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Hashtag Photography

@ VOL 3 ON SEP 22, 2015

"As my use of social media increased, so did my understanding of how it worked."

In "Hashtag Photography", from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3Jo Mansfield talks about mobile photography and the use of the imaging platform, Instagram and how it has developed her skills and pushed her in new creative directions.


SITEWIDE Search Results: “hashtag”


Fresno @ The Hashtag
Oct 08, 2012


Harrisburg @ Midtown Cinema
Apr 14, 2015


Seattle @ Seattle University Pigott Auditorium
Nov 02, 2015


Akron @ Akron Civic Theatre
Feb 05, 2016


Ho Chi Minh City @ VinGallery
Apr 21, 2016


Maastricht @ De Brandweer
Feb 06, 2017


Cancún @ Amarula
Mar 03, 2016


Dumaguete @ Paseo Perdices
Aug 10, 2017


Manila @ ASPACE Greenbelt
Aug 30, 2017


Cebu @ A SPACE Cebu
Sep 27, 2017


Hashtag the Hashtag

@ VOL 10 ON SEP 20, 2014

Let's explore everything hashtag with Lulu De Panbehchi. This presentation will take you down the #rabbithole that is the hashtag phenomenon.


Condividi L’arte

@ VOL 9 ON JUN 05, 2014

10 years after the foudation of Musei di Strada Nuova, Palazzo Rosso gives his visitors a free wi-fi connection. Musei di Strada Nuova are now asking to all visitors to take pictures inside and share them on the social media. The project Condividi l’Arte wants to communcate this new aproach: it will be allowed to take pictures of the buildings and their inner treasure. The Major of Genoa, Marco Doria, took his own selfie and he shared on twitter with #selfiealmuseo. This hashtag was used from teens of people to share selfie. Utopia Pirata, the creator and owner of this idea in Genoa, is now looking for other Museum involvement to share arts and to make culture social.

#takeapicture Condividi l’Arte!


Matatus App


Bernard  Adongo created MyRide a mobile phone based app that allows passengers inside matatus to rate them in real time (sort of a tweeter for matatu passengers). Using the registration number of the matatu as a hashtag they can then share their experiences while connecting with each other.
MyRide is also a great management and enforcement tool because for each matatu, it creates a log of conversations which are accessible to police, the National Transport Safety Authority and the owner of the matatu, thus increasing the accountability of the matatu crew.



@ VOL 12 ON JUL 01, 2015

Susan Aretz is oprichter van, een online platform over kinderen en (uit)eten. Daarnaast is Susan de vaste foodblogger van van de Telegraaf en moeder van ‪#‎kleutermeisje‬. Zij vertelt bij de komende editie over hoe een tweet een kookboek werd en hoe social media daar een rol in speelde.


Vibe Tribe

@ VOL 10 ON APR 08, 2016

‪VibeTribe‬ finds the root of what makes creatives happy and nurture it. We in the industry, not because of glamour but the love and process.Vibe Tribe is a company with different discipline of artists/enterpreneurs and performer working towards exposure of beauty of entertainment and life .


Running Dog

@ VOL 3 ON MAY 06, 2016

"Running is as much a stress reliever for dogs as it is for humans."

In Running Dog from PechaKucha Night Akron Vol. 3Beverly Dillon shares how the #RunningDog program has helped dogs become more adoptable, how the program is helping dogs cope with their surroundings, and how the program is enriching the lives of the volunteer runners.

Dillon attended Kent State University and studied Fine Art before launching on a colorful career path. She spent many years as a florist, enjoyed time as a barista and expressed herself as a tattoo artist before becoming certified as a personal trainer. She is an avid runner and offers a dog running service to private clients.
Beverly started the ‪#‎RunningDog‬ program at One of a Kind Pet Rescue in Akron. #RunningDog is a program that allows runners to volunteer their time to give the rescue dogs much needed exercise. The program also uses social media to give the rescue dogs much needed exposure.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, August 24th, 2016. 


Kunyit 7 Lodge and The Community

@ VOL 10 ON APR 01, 2017

Dk Kemariah "Kem" Pg Hj Duraman  is a tourguide, an Air BnB host and an incredibly ambitious woman with goals for days. In this presentation, Kem talks about how she wants Kg Ayer in Brunei to be in the radar of the global eye. In an attempt to do so, she reached out to the water village community to build a lodge for tourists and locals alike to experience Kg Ayer the way it should be experienced, getting regional and International TV programmes to showcase her place and getting people to hashtag #Kunyit7Lodge to help continue her cause.



@ VOL 4 ON MAR 31, 2017

Mid City - Baton Rouge is the most diverse area in the city.  So how do we bring together 40,000 people to identify as one?  You create a branding campaign that does not tell them who they. Instead you launch a campaign that lets them tell Baton Rouge who, what, when and where Mid City-BR is.   Listen as Lynley Farris and William Doran tell you the story of how one hashtag and thousands of photos later, a region of the Baton Rouge has declared I Am Mid City.  


Camino arquitectónico hasta Arquidromo

@ VOL 15 ON APR 25, 2017

Arq. Beto Frías, Ex- alumno de arquitectura del Tec, Co-fundador y arquitecto en Arquidromo.



If you live on Twitter -- like many of us do -- we'd like to encourage the use of the #inspirejapan hashtag when referring to the Global PechaKucha Day - Inspire Japan event. Makes for an easy way to follow the global discussion.


PKN Coventry Vol. 8

Coventry's PechaKucha Night Vol. 8 was part of the Global Cities Week, and here's a little photographic peek at what the venue looked like, which organizer Janet Vaughn likes to describe as a "lovely dark venue." You can also get a feel for how the event went by searching for the following hashtag on Twitter: #pkncov


PKN Volunteer Meeting

PKN talk submission is OPEN! SUBMIT your talk idea here >>>: #pknraleigh #pechakuchanight    Feel free to chat us up on G+ via


Special PK Mix

For tomorrow's Vol. 111 we'll be doing something a bit different with the "PechaKucha Mix" presentation. First off, the entire presentation will be done by a man no stranger to improv, Pirates of Tokyo Bay's Mike Staffa. We will also be crowdsourcing the 20 images for the mix, and so to submit an image, you'll just tweet it out during the event with a special hashtag. 明日のVol.111ではこれまでとちょっと違う”ぺちゃくちゃミックス”プレゼンテーションを開催します。全てのプレゼンはバイリンガルコメディー集団Pirates of Tokyo BayのMike Staffaが即興で行います。この”mix”プレゼン用に20個のイメージを募ります。


Your Pathway To Abundance

When it comes to financial security, the word “getting by” is not in Marina Pearson’s dictionary. She is a specialist in effortless living, and she believes that life doesn’t have to be hard. This Tuesday, Aug 26th at PechaKucha Night Ubud #20, Marina will share the secrets that will reveal how you could live without financial worries or struggles, and how you could live from a place of abundance #PKNspeakerteaserMarina is the number one best-selling author of the multi-award winning book Goodbye Mr Ex and an international speaker. She helps professionals and entrepreneurs to transform all types of stress into effortless results so they can deliberately create a thriving lifestyle filled with quality, meaning and connection.


Employment Opportunity for People with Disability in Indonesia

What does it mean to have a disability in Indonesia? Ni Komang Ayu Suriani (Suri), a 24 years old social worker from Bali, have stories to tell. As the project coordinator for DNetwork, a non-profit organisation which aims to help develop work opportunities for persons with disabilities in Indonesia, she witnesses first-hand how people with disability in Indonesia (especially in Bali) still have major difficulty to get a job #PKNspeakerteaserCome to PechaKucha Night Ubud #20 on Tuesday, August 26th and listen to Suri’s stories, her passions and how she believes that with just the right tool, she can give thousands of people with disability in Bali access to job opportunities.


We are OFFICIAL Pecha Kucha Harrisburg!!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! April 09, 2015 (Harrisburg, PA) We are pleased to announce that Harrisburg is officially a Pecha Kucha Nights city. Harrisburg is filled with creative visionaries who are eager to see the city evolve into a major destination, and the Harrisburg Pecha Kucha chapter seeks to provide a forum to encourage creative conversations and serve as a catalyst for change. Our first Pecha Kucha Nights event will take place on April 14, 2015 at 7:00pm at the Midtown Cinema. Zeroday Brewing Co and the MAD DASH Food Truck will host our pre-event networking session from 5:00 – 7:00pm on location. The theme for this event is ‘Creating A Healthy City’ where presenters will share ideas on how to improve Harrisburg through various forms of engagement bringing to light current, and future projects and initiatives. We have a great list of presenters on a variety of topics ranging from ‘Buzzing City Life’ to ‘Making the City Better in Two Minutes. The event’s format is rapid fire presentations that use 20 slides, with each slide only lasting 20 seconds (20X20) This event would not have been possible without the help of our sponsors: the Harrisburg Young Professionals (HYP), American Institute of Architects (AIA Central PA), US Green Building Council (USGBC) & Women in Housing & Finance PA (WHF-PA),Come join us for Creative Conversation! Subscribe to learn about future events at For additional information contact us at Media Contacts: Linda Plesic Jonathan OrtizShelly-Anne Tulia Scott Twitter Hashtag: #PKNHarrisburg####  


Reflecting on Why We Walk

On a snowy night in mid-January, the auditorium at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) filled with Yellowknife residents clad in mukluks and goose-down parkas. The 80-odd people were gathered for Why We Walk: A PechaKucha Night devoted to exploring some of the many motivations behind the human proclivity for putting one foot in front of the other. The Yellowknife PechaKucha Night was inspired by Walk to Tuk, a winter walking challenge hosted by the NWT Recreation and Parks Association (NWTRPA). During the months of January and February, registered teams of NWT residents work together to conceptually walk the distance of the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River), 1,658 km from Fort Providence at the outlet of Great Slave Lake to Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean. As those in attendance hunted for a seat (much to the organizers’ delight, more chairs had to be added!) and got caught up with neighbours, they were treated to songs from Jonathan Churcher’s recently released album, Rock Walker Blues. Shortly after 7pm, the MC for the night, the affable Minister of Education, Culture, and Employment, Alfred Moses, took the stage to introduce the eclectic group of presenters. There were nine presentations exploring walking from a variety of different angles. Tour guide Rosie Strong introduced the audience to the Old Town Soundwalk, an audio tour app that shares the stories, music, and colourful history of Yellowknife’s oldest neighbourhoods. In a presentation titled “The Art of Walking,” chiropractor Michael Bokor explored what is happening in our feet, legs, and knees when we go out for a ramble. Inveterate adventurers Leanne Robinson and Dwayne Wohlgemuth explored the risks and rewards of two month-long walks they have undertaken in the NWT, the first along the Arctic Coast and the second through the Mackenzie Mountains. Traditional artist Gerri Sharpe took the audience behind the scenes of the Yellowknife stop of Walking with Our Sisters, a commemorative art installation that honours the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Historian and NWTRPA staff member Jess Dunkin brought to life the six-day walking competitions that drew large crowds to places like Madison Square Garden in New York City in the late nineteenth century. Colinda Blondin, a youth officer from Behchokǫ̀, and Allice Legat, a Yellowknife author and anthropologist, explored how walking ties people to place from Scotland to Denendeh in a presentation titled, “Know Where You’re From, Know Where You Live.” Photographer Jennifer Broadbridge spoke about the joys and challenges of living without a car since 2009. Elaine Stewart, Karen Wilford, Lorne Gushue, and Peter Chynoweth of Yellowknife United Church introduced audience members to labyrinth walking, a form of prayer/meditation that originated in pre-Christian times. The evening ended with biologist-turned-author Jamie Bastedo reading an excerpt from his novel Tracking Triple Seven that follows a collared bear as she travels across the barrenlands with her cubs. For all of the evening’s variety (as one audience member noted, there really was something for everyone), there were also common themes. Perhaps the most recurrent was that of connection. Walking, the different presenters made clear, connects us to our bodies; to the places we walk, both urban and wild; to others, from family and friends to neighbours and strangers; and to the Creator. Following on this, walking is: a way to tend to our physical and mental wellbeing; a vehicle for strengthening relationships and building community; an ethical choice; a way to know the past and present of the places where we are from or where we find ourselves; and a spiritual practice. It was not just the presenters who told stories about walking, the audience was also asked to share their motivations for walking on a large wooden display board. Here are a few of their responses: I walk to get where I need to go. I walk to make life decisions. I walk to get to high places. I walk so my dog won’t poop indoors. I walk for the environment. You can read more walking motivations and contribute your own on Twitter using the hashtag #whywewalk. Thank you to the presenters for your thoughtful, engaging, and entertaining contributions to the evening’s conversation about walking and to the audience members for your interest, enthusiasm, and graciousness. If you were unable to attend the PechaKucha, you can watch the presentations here. A big thank you to Rajiv Rawat at the Museum for his technical expertise. This post is also available on the NWT Recreation and Parks Association website.


Hashtag Photography

"As my use of social media increased, so did my understanding of how it worked." In "Hashtag Photography", from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, Jo Mansfield talks about mobile photography and the use of the image platform Instagram and how it has developed her skills and pushed her in new creative directions.


We're back! Announcing PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 2 - April 25

Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017Time: 6:20pm – 8:20pmLocation: Innovation Works (201 King Street)  Building on the awesome success of our inaugural night in January, we are so excited to announce vol. 2! Coming April 25, 2017 - PechaKucha Night #ldnont vol. 2 at Innovation Works London! A night of powerful, concise talks. Prepare to be inspired and spread the word! PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. Register to attend at (admission is free!)We will ask for a $1 donation at the door to the PechaKucha global fund that goes to such things as maintaining the global website that hosts all of the talks from around the world. We are also collecting items for the London Food Bank. With PechaKucha Nights now happening in over 900 cities around the world, PechaKucha Night #ldnont puts our city on the international stage through the PechaKucha platform and website (check out to learn more and see talks from around the world). This is a great way to network and engage our community thirsty to share their ideas, passions and interests. WANT TO SPEAK ON APRIL 25?Presenter Proposals - Due Friday, March 17, 2017 by 4:00pm ESTWe will be choosing up to a maximum of 8 presenters. Submit your presenter proposal online at A big thanks to Chaun McLellan, Loyalty & Lead Generation Expert of 201 Solutions and also one of the awesome co-tennants at Innovation Works for sponsoring our PechaKucha Night #ldnont events! Check out their services here: