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Society of Architectural Historians
Jul 19, 2012
Old School Gym
May 07, 2011
Nov 07, 2012
Asbury Hall at Babeville
Apr 12, 2013
Sep 22, 2013
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The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
Mar 20, 2014
BAŠTA - kultúrno-komunitné centrum
Jun 20, 2015
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Mar 23, 2016
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
May 26, 2016
Apr 06, 2017
Snipping the Fabric of Time
BY JUSTIN DAVIES
@ VOL 19
ON DEC 13, 2013
Justin Davies is an educator and artist. He likes to work in a range of media which he uses to integrate historical, scientific and aesthetic perspectives. His work is also influenced by his love of film and by his studies in biology and history.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 23, 2014.
A Traveler's Account of Early 20th Century Japan
BY ROBERT BLASIAK
@ VOL 114
ON MAY 28, 2014
After coming across Bernhard Kellermann's "Ein Spaziergang in Japan" in a used bookstore in Heidelberg in early 2013, Robert Blasiak was drawn completely into Kellermann's 100+ year old account of traveling through Japan and visiting teahouses, brothels, theaters, cedar groves and fishing villages along the way. He presents Kellermann's journey across Japan as well as his own journey as the translator of the book.
You can find more info about the book, from Publisher FineLine Press, here.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 13, 2014.
Exaltación del Patrimonio Local
BY JUAN ALBERTO CARABALLO
@ VOL 6
ON AUG 22, 2014
Juan Alberto Caraballo nació en la costa Caribe de Venezuela.
Es Licenciado en Comunicación Social de la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello y Licenciado en Artes de la Universidad Central de Venezuela. Además, cuenta con una especialización en Fashion Marketing por LaSalle College International, Montreal.
Con más de 13 años de carrera profesional, Caraballo ha trabajado como productor general de contenidos de entretenimiento en E! Entertainment Television y HBO Latin America. Su experiencia en el mundo audiovisual le dio la posibilidad de mudarse a México y unirse a las filas Televisa, también como productor.
En tierras aztecas, Juan encontró un mundo de posibilidades, como el de la publicidad, donde ha fungido como copywriter y Director Creativo en agencias como Rubén Treviño & Asociados y BC México. En lo editorial, Juan se ha desempeñado como Editor en Jefe de Chic Magazine de Milenio, Editor de Life Style en el periódico Publimetro Monterrey, y Periodista Colaborador en Vogue México y Latinoamérica.
Desde septiembre de 2011 hasta la fecha, Caraballo es Director de la Licenciatura de Mercadotecnia de Moda de la universidad LCI Monterrey, donde además tiene a su cargo las cátedras de Historia del Arte I y II; Publicidad; y Redacción Editorial y Publicitaria.
Secret Lives of Objects
BY DR. LISA GODSON
@ VOL 9
ON SEP 24, 2015
Dr. Lisa Godson researches, writes about and lectures on design and material culture. Current publishing projects include the books Making 1916: material and visual culture of the Easter Rising (Liverpool University Press) and Secret Lives of Objects: stories of design from modern Dublin. She is research collaborator with artists Jesse Jones and Sarah Browne on the major Artangel/Create/Arts Council of Ireland 2016 project In the Shadow of the State.
Epix, Cada Historia Cuenta
BY IGNACIO RODRIGUEZ
@ VOL 5
ON MAR 02, 2017
El venezolano, Ignacio Rodriguez, es el fundador de Epix, un proyecto fotográfico que cuenta la historia de los venezolanos por medio de retratos fotográficos. Ignacio nos cuenta su historia, y cómo inició este proyecto tan inspirador.
Park of the ethnic and historical periods “Etnoselo”
BY OLHA PAVLYK
@ VOL 5
ON MAR 26, 2017
Park of the ethnic and historical periods “Etnoselo” is a way to show polyethnic structure of Zaporizhzhya region. It shows housing habitation different ethnic groups and has different edutainment programs
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Here's the second of two presentations today -- also recorded at PechaKucha Night in London Vol. 4 -- and it's by Johanna Agerman. Follow Johanna has she takes us on a historical tour of the "The Vibrator."
Bud Roegee's favorite sport is baseball, and in "Hysterically Historical," that's the context in which he walks us through the history of the city of Grand Rapids. It was recorded at PechaKucha Night in Grand Rapids Vol. 2.
Fun Gallery - Art from the Streets
Bill Stelling (at PKN Tokyo Vol. 97) spins us some historical thread on the legendary "Fun Gallery" he co-founded in the 1980s. This famous New York graffiti gallery hosted the works of preeminent artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring while in their prime. Whether you've always wanted to know about this mythic art space or know nothing about it, this presentation is worth a look.
For our last "Presentation of the Day" of the week, it's time to expand your knowledge of the vibrator, and after watching Johanna Agerman's presentation on the topic -- in which she takes us on a historical tour of the device -- you'll know much more than you ever thought was possible.
The Halifax Explosion
In today's Presentation of the Day, "The Halifax Explosion" from PKN Des Moines Vol. 3, Alan Feirer speaks on some historical knowledge he acquired while on a trip with his family to Halifax, Nova Scotia. As he tells it, on an early morning in December 1917, this small eastern Canadian town suffered what was one of the largest, artificial, non-nuclear explosions of the 20th century.
Snipping the Fabric of Time
"I'm interested in the wonder, violence, and bewilderment of modern existence..." Justin Davies is an educator and artist. He likes to work in a range of media which he uses to integrate historical, scientific and aesthetic perspectives. In "Snipping the Fabric of Time" from PKN Honolulu Vol. 19, we see his work is also influenced by his love of film and by his studies in biology and history.
When Caricature is Considered Portraiture
"[Aspects of the painting] were modified by the artist to fit a romantic and idealized version of a much contested historical event."In When Caricature is Considered Portraiture from Honolulu Vol. 23, Assistant Curator of the Arts of Hawai‘i at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Healoha Johnson considers how caricatures often depict political events and high-profile figures, and then remain as visual historical records with the potential to circulate misconceptions as truth through what is, in fact, a badly distorted caricature of the actual event or figure. Here she dissects "Hawaii's Decisive Hour", a painting by Eugene Savage, which could be said skews history by celebrating an annexation treaty between the U.S. and Hawaii that never actually passed.
City Focus: Coventry
This week's city focus heads back around the globe to the British city of Coventry, whose rich history dates all the way back to the Bronze Age! Their latest PechaKucha Night presentations are well worth a look, as are the city's' many historical sites, including the Coventry Cathedral, pictured here.
City Focus: Valladolid
This week's City Focus highlights the historical Kingdom of Castile, later uniter of Spain, and home of Cupula del Milenio (Millennium Dome), Valladolid and its fantastic collection of presentations, latest of which are from their Vol. 6! Visit the event page for the presentations and photos.
"I make art about ineffectual dreamers who try really hard to succeed at something but always fail miserably." In Fabricating History from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 16, artist and founder of the Great Moments in Western Civilization Cooperative, Caitlin Cass, focuses on the need for diverse sources in creative research, especially when you invent them yourself. She reflects on the subjectivity of history and explains how she co-opts historical authority to create comics and counterfeit historical exhibits. Walking us through her artistic process from the stage of “tadpole” to “strawberry dart frog,” Cass presents highlights of her recent comic book an counterfeit historical exhibits, such as “Folktales of American History” and “The Museum of Failure.”