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Loco

BY KEONE NUNES
@ VOL 18 ON AUG 16, 2013

Keone Nunes had grown up exposed to family members who still spoke the native Hawaiian language and elders who still remembered the tribal practices of their past. His talk will touch on the art of tapping, a rare technique left in the world. Instead of relying on an electric machine and a steel needle, Nunes makes his own tools and even his own ink when tattooing in this very rare ancient way.

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Ke aka o ka pō

BY KEONE NUNES
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Sulu‘ape Keone Nunes studied under several Hawaiian kūpuna and with the legendary Su‘a Sulu‘ape Paulo. He has be doing Uhi (Hawaiian tattoo) and founded Pāuhi in 1990 and started tapping under the tutelage of Su’a Sulu’ape Paulo in 1996.  He is a product of the Wai’anae coast and continues to live and work there. Sulu‘ape Keone also is the founder of Ka‘ānani‘au LLC that helps non-profit organizations gain federal funding.

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Carving Clarity

BY STEVEN KEAN
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

A Pennsylvania native residing on the North Shore of O‘ahu since 2008, Steven Kean is an artist working primarily in the woodcut method of relief printmaking.  His work is driven by a passion for the process and a love affair with the ocean.

Kean holds a B.S. in Art Education from Temple University and is a current member of the Honolulu Printmakers.  He teaches art to 4th and 5th grade students at Mililani Mauka and Sunset Beach Elementary Schools, and in the Museums outreach program.

In 2016 he was chosen as the featured artist of the Haleiwa Arts Festival and this year he is the official artist for the Vans World Cup of Surfing at Sunset Beach

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Art History at HoMA School

BY GARY LIU
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Gary Liu is a lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History at UH Manoa, and an instructor of art history at the Honolulu Museum of Art School.

You all know about the wide array of expressive art practices taught in the studios at HoMA School, but perhaps it comes as news that the school has also been recently expanding its world of art history offerings too, something a class at an art museum is uniquely equipped to do. Using the example of Chinese ink paintings recently discussed in such classes, this presentation offers a glimpse into the insight gained through HoMA School’s art history lectures, discussions, gallery and vault visits, and film screenings.

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Ink

BY SHERYL SEAMAN
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Sheryl Seaman is an architect, principal and vice chair of G70 with offices in Honolulu and Jakarta where she has worked since 1978.  In addition to architectural projects, she oversees the interior design department.  Sheryl’s focus is on creating environments that improve the well being of the people who live work or play in the facilities she designs. Recent projects include the Kroc Center in Kapolei and the new home for PBS Hawaii on the corner of Nimitz and Sand Island Access Road. She also owns a company called Studio Haku that makes furniture and architectural elements in Asia.

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The Ocean Our Ink

BY MARY HATTORI
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Lee Kava is a hafekasi poet and musician of Tongan descent, currently pursuing her PhD in English at UH Mānoa. She is the founder of the Pacific Verse, a music and poetry-writing workshop series that works with participants to create original lyrics and music using indigenous Pacific languages. She dedicates her work to the genealogy of creative expression in Oceania, and hopes to enact social change through Pacific music and poetry.

Fijian/Tongan through her mother’s people, and German/English American via her father’s people, Tagi Qolouvaki is a very mixed, queer, and feminist P.I.  Born and raised in Fiji by a few beautiful men and many powerful women, she is a lover and student of stories.

Dr. Mary Therese Perez (pronounced ‘pair’ - ‘ess’) Hattori is a native of Guåhan (Guam) and serves as Outreach Director for the Center for Pacific Islands Studies, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. She is also affiliate faculty for the University’s Learning Design and Technology Department, the Professional Educational Practice doctorate and the Indigenous Politics program.  She is one of nine children born to Paul and Fermina Perez Hattori.

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Screen Print, Sequential Art, and Illustration

BY CHRIS BUTZER
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

C.M.Butzer is a cartoonist, illustrator, and printmaker who lives and works in Hilo, Hawaii. His work spans many genres and media from the anthropomorphic absurd silkscreen prints and comics  to heavily researched historical illustrations and graphic novels. Almost all of these projects begin and end with ample application of ink. Butzer is currently working on a graphic novel about the 1964 civil rights act and his ongoing comic series of punk rock cats “KITTENS”

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Ink is Our Link

BY REUBEN CHOCK
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Reuben J.D.Y. Chock is from Mānana, Oʻahu, and a graduate of UH Mānoa’s School of Architecture.  He has practiced in Honolulu, Los Angeles, Shenzhen, and Bangkok.  He is currently a partner at WCIT Architecture, a Hawai‘i firm in Kaka‘ako.  Our projects range from community masterplanning, to high-rises, resorts, and commercial, to educational and cultural, to parks and even children’s books.  Our work is born from the genealogy of a project’s place and people, translated into contemporary expressions within our built environment.  Tonite we focus on the importance of ink in our design process, and share a part of a project’s life that is rarely experienced.

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Through the Lens of an Inky Mess

BY ANDY LEE
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Andy Lee’s life is intertwined with the use of sumi ink.  Initially, it was used as a tool for revolt, then as a metacognitive exercise, then as a tool to judge how well he knows someone, but mostly the ink and brush served as a conduit for imagination.
A former illustrator for Image, Marvel and D.C. Comics, DragonballZ magazine, Neopets, and Nike among others, Andy now teaches full time at Kaiser high school and the Honolulu Museum of Art School.
The presentation will reveal Andy’s origins and specify some revelatory experiences while painting.

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Marks of Burden

BY SUA SULUAPE TOETU‘U AISEA
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 17, 2017

Born in Hawai‘i of mixed Tongan, Hawaiian, and Filipino decent, Sua Suluape Toetu‘u Aisea specializes in both machine tattoo and traditional hand tapped tatu. Aisea's passion has always been art currently working at Soul Signature Tattoo, he is also a student here at the Art School, a part-time instructor, and curator of Aloha Suits exhibition.

 

SITEWIDE Search Results: “ink”

Max Ink Ink
comic book creator , Blink Comics in Columbus
Gerry Ricketts
MD, Ink Global in Melbourne

PAST VOL 1

Shanghai @ CQL Design Center
May 12, 2006

PAST VOL 1

Hamptons @ Parrish Art Museum
Sep 20, 2012

PAST VOL 41

Seattle @ ID-aah Space
Jan 17, 2013

PAST VOL 15

Winnipeg @ The Park Theater and Movie Cafe
Sep 12, 2013

PAST VOL 7

Dumaguete @ Byblos at Oriental Hall
Mar 05, 2015

PAST VOL 8

Medicine Hat @ Medalta Potteries
Sep 26, 2015

PAST GSAPP Incubator at New Inc

Brooklyn @ New Museum
Apr 09, 2016

PAST VOL 49

Budapest @ Hullám Csónakházak
Jun 18, 2016

PAST VOL 29

Honolulu @ Honolulu Museum of Art School
Feb 17, 2017

PAST VOL 53

Budapest @ A38 Hajó
Feb 15, 2017

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A Printmaking Dreamatorium

BY MARY MILLER
@ VOL 17 ON MAR 09, 2017

Mary Allice Miller is an editor, writer, and story-telling enthusiast! As a kid, she spent most of her time at her family’s letterpress shop—an ancient dusty dreamatorium where an imagination can wild. She is currently on the editorial staff of Vanity Fair magazine and is hard at word on a short film.

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Creator's Inn by Elvine

Today (February 5) will see a few Pecha Kucha Nights taking to the screens, including a third edition in Edmonton and a sixth edition in Hamburg. Stockholm will host its 16th edition, and will include a special guest from Gothenburg -- that would be PKN Gothenburg ambassador Jesper Larsson -- who will present Creators Inn by Elvine. The project, sponsored by street ware brand Elvine, offers free short-term accommodations in Gothenburg to visiting creatives, and yes, that does include PKN presenters. We have heard rumors that a Stockholm version might be in the making...

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PKN Columbus Illuminated by The Lantern

Ohio State University's own newspaper, The Lantern, reported on PKN Columbus' latest event -- their Vol. 24. Presenters scheduled for the Columbus PechaKucha [included] a variety of Columbus professionals, according to the PechaKucha Columbus website, such as storyteller Rachel Joy Baransi, comic book creator Max Ink, and founder of Wild Goose Creative, Ryan Hoke. For the full story, check out their article. 

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PKN Posters: Buenos Aires Vol. 28

Buenos Aires latest, their Vol. 28, is coming this Tuesday, April 30th. This beautifully-illustrated poster was drawn and designed by the talented Ana Carucci. More of her hand-drawn works can be found on her website, Bam Bam Ink. PKN Buenos Aires this week will feature the likes of photographers, architects, poets, singers, and even cognitive scientists! 

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PKN Posters: Champaign-Urbana Vol. 13

Upon unrolling this poster (designed by the very talented Ghada Yousef) found in our mailbox this morning we were at once struck by its hand-crafted look and bold choices in typography. Champaign-Urbana organizer Christina Wondra passed on this info from Yousef on the Vol. 13 poster-crafting process: This poster was printed using two different printing methods. The sponsors logos at the bottom were printed digitally at Dixon Graphics. The rest of the design was printed in one layer using a letterpress machine (Vandercook SP15) at The Living Letterpress. The process included finding the perfect set of typefaces, setting them up, and proofing them. The design included both wood type and metal type along with some images.  After printing the posters, they were set on drying racks to let the ink fully dry, which usually takes around 48 hours. Check out the PKN Champaign-Urbana Vol. 13 event page for more details on this exciting evening. To see more great posters from PechaKucha Nights all over the world, check out our Tumblr blog.

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Tasty Buddha

Surely these snacks will assist in attaining enlightenment. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Tasty Buddha" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 73, artist Koshi Kawachi shows off the unique medium in which he carves small statues of buddha: umaibo (small, cylindrical, puffed-corn snacks). In addition creating miniature, crunchy corn bodhisattvas, he uses old Japanese pottery repair techniques (kintsugi) to mend broken potato chips, and coats chips with ink to create a sort of stamp on paper.

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Inc. Magazine Likes PechaKucha

Ever find yourself wondering how you can add more pep to your presentations? Well, Inc. magazine wondered the same thing, in a business setting, and the latest issue includes a great piece that reveals just how practical the PechaKucha "20 images x 20 seconds" format can be, and how some companies are already using it.  Here's what Autodesk CEO Carl Bass had to say about the format: “For a while, I required my staff to present this way,” says Bass, who complains that most speakers think more about how much they have to say than about how much the audience wants to hear. “It makes people crisp,” he says. “It forces them to organize their thinking.” You can read the full article online here.

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Smarty Pants

Your heart rate is elevated, breathing pattern is abnormal. Sensors built into your clothing detect your anxiety and dispatch a calming agent.   Ashley Lewis, a tech educator in Toronto, talks of her passion of tech-craft hybrids. In "Smarty Pants" from PKN Toronto Vol. 27, she is inspired by current interactive clothing and future consumer products from conductive ink and thread to makeup and sportswear that will have you thinking about fashion in a completely different way. 

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From Daydreams to Ink and Pixels

"Lazy, that is the first word that comes to my mind when it comes to the creative type." Laziness means creativity to illustrator/writer/fashion stylist Jodi Sam, as she says it's the hours of daydreaming that allow us to produce our best work. In "From Daydreams to Ink and Pixels" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 116, she speaks about her illustration process, from ink on paper to capturing her work on the computer, to working with clients.

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What I've Learnt from Learning Calligraphy

"I stared at that pen for 9 months too scared to use it, thinking I would make a complete mess, terrified I might not be able to deliver on my ideal."Inspired by called "Calligrafitti," student of lettering Andy Kelly, took on the the challenge of picking up the parallel pen and sees where in takes him in this emotional presentation: "What I Have Learnt from Learning Calligraphy" from PKN St. Neots Vol. 1. Andy talks us through the process of learning the art of calligraphy, and the transformative effects it's had on him. Check out more of Andy's amazing work on his blog. 

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The Roster

Host/organizer: David L. Stanley- teacher/science guy, author, voice-over artist, and a quiet rabble-rouser.   Roster: Willie Buford – Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce YouthQuest director Gary Fiedler – Director of Greater Flint Arts Council Greg Flowers – Founder of Boneheadx  Snowboard, Director of USASA Snowboard series, and breakthrough design/engineering guy Joel Rash – Red Ink and community booster par excellence Joel may be out of town, if so, then see no. 5 Jon Hardman and Mike Wright, Founders of Factory Two, Flint’s Maker Space Chene Koppitz – Communications director, FIA Luke Lloyd – Flint basketball legend, Women’s BB coach at SVSU, and inventor of the Dribblestick Linda Samarah – Community activist and Muslim thought leader Wes Stoody – Powers graduate, EMU X-C star, and co-founder of Article One Eyewear Lee Thompson – Flint’s Indie film maker and author Ted Valley – Founder of Vertigo Theatrics, Flint Comix, and all the great stuff at Masonic Temple Deanna Ziots – actress, singer, alternative health care expert