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Ouch My Eye
Jun 05, 2008
Oct 20, 2009
The Atlas Performing Arts Center
Sep 15, 2010
Crane Lane Theatre
Apr 20, 2011
Apr 21, 2011
Sep 27, 2012
Manchester, New Hampshire
Aug 17, 2011
Santa Cruz, CA
Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History
Feb 08, 2013
Powered by PechaKucha
Nov 23, 2013
Parrish Art Museum
Sep 20, 2013
Realising Architectural Programs
BY JONATHAN ASHMORE
@ VOL 11
ON MAY 26, 2012
Anarchitect[s] is a collaboration between Jonathan Ashmore and Tarik Al Zaharna. This concept creates a platform for a collaboration between architecture and research projects in the U.A.E. In this presentation, Tarik Al Zaharna will be sharing with us the journey in realizing architectural programs, focusing on their recent project 'DXB Store'.
Transcendental Meditation Research and its Applications in Social Welfare Programs
BY SCOTT LARY
@ VOL 8
ON JUL 25, 2013
Scott Lary talks about the benefits of transcendental meditation. From prison inmates to the health of care givers, the positive effects are astounding.
Useful Advice: How to Become a Programmer
BY ALEX PETERSEN
@ VOL 11
ON APR 26, 2014
Alexander Korotkiy, a senior .NET developer at SmartGuy Group A/S and is leading MS SQL and .NET-related master classes in Ciklum. In his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education he provides useful tips about IT education; such as the need to constantly improve the educational level, attend workshops, seminars, and improve English.
Progression of an Artist
Few people would dispute that art is a journey. Kelly Seeber shares her personal artistic journey from childhood to discovering her own distinct style visible in her current work, and all of the inspirations that guided her along the way.
Cities of Service in Nashville
BY LAUREL CREECH
@ VOL 12
ON MAY 07, 2014
Laurel Creech, Chief Service Officer of the Mayor's Office, speaks about Cities of Service, started by 19 different Mayors across the United States, including Mayor Karl Dean. Specifically describes Nashville's flood recovery efforts through programs such as Impact Nashville, the Mayor's Workplace Challenge, and Neighborhood Challenge.
How to Build a Boy
BY JEREMY WINEBERG
@ VOL 11
ON NOV 20, 2014
Builder Boys founders Karen Ball and Jeremy Wineberg discuss the lack of inclusive programs for young boys, building self-esteem through hands-on, bottoms-up experiences and seeing the world through the eyes of twelve 6 year-old boys who are ready to take over the world.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 2, 2015.
Jeugdwerkloosheid: Creëren van Werkgelegenheid
BY DOEKES PRAKKEN
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 24, 2013
Doekes Prakken is jong, slim, sociaal betrokken. Van 2011 tot april 2014 werkzaam voor de Baak waar hij diverse nieuwe leervormen heeft ontworpen, opgezet en vermarkt. Sinds april 2014 is Doekes begonnen als sociaal ondernemer met Talenterprise.
Public Schools vs. Corporate Education
BY RUTH CONNIFF
@ VOL 13
ON APR 30, 2015
Editor in chief of The Progressive. A native of Madison, Ruth Conniff has been at The Progressive since her days as an intern. She has also written for The Nation and has appeared on CNN, Fox News, PBS, and MSNBC. She was the recipient of an “Editor’s Choice” award from Madison Magazine for her coverage of the Wisconsin Uprising in 2011. Her Progressive magazine feature story on school privatization is a chapter in the book It Happened in Wisconsin (Verso, 2012).
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PKN Vienna in the News
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHjlUHsPxL4 You'll need to understand German to completely understand the report, but even for us non-speakers, it's still nice to see the recent PechaKucha Night in Vienna Vol. 8 get some TV coverage on one of that city's news programs.
A Work in Progress
According to the photo above, Eliot Reeves is preparing a PechaKucha presentation, and is having a bit of hard time with it (see middle square). We'll just say this: Eliot, don't give up, the best is to just find 20 great images, and get inspired by that.
Program for PKN Oslo Vol. 11
PechaKucha Night in Oslo Vol. 11 was held a few days ago, and organizer Arpna Gupta Stokke sends in a few photos of the terrific program they prepared for the event. It was produced by graphic design studio Your Friends, and as Arpna explains, tips its hat to the birthcountry of PKN, Japan. The programme has taken its inspiration from Japan, birth place of Pechkucha night. The format is based on standard Japanese paperformats JIS. The traditional Shiroku Ban is the size of the folded out program. The flyers, drink coupons and tickets are also based on the Shiroku Ban format. To get a proper folder for the speakers we've used a origami tecnique which makes it possible to have an 8-page folder without using any binding. It's cost-effective, good for the environment and makes for an intriguing piece of design.
Program for PKN Helsinborg Vol. 6
PechaKucha Night in Helsingborg Vol. 6 is happening tonight (December 6) at Stadsteatern, and here's a look at the program for the event, giving you a taste of the evening's presenters.
Program for PKN Helsingborg Vol. 7
PechaKucha Night in Helsingborg Vol. 7 is happening tonight (March 13), and we've included the program for the event in this post. Pictured above is PKN Helsingborg organizer Christel Knappe (in the center), flanked by Håkan Nilsson (The Signs) on her left, and Richard Larsson (Artdust) on her right.
PKN Posters: Buffalo Vol. 13
Buffalo, NY will be hosting their Vol. 13 evening in conjunction with the 66th Annual SAH (Society of Architectural Historians) Conference. The PKN Buffalo event will be held this Friday, April 12th in Ashbury Hall and will include presentations from architects, professors, urbanists, artists, and more. To see more great posters from PechaKucha Nights all over the world, check out our Tumblr blog.
Ilya Ryabtsev presented his fantasies on PKN vol.7 Future technologies, Dnepropetrovsk about thinking technologies. Imagine you could download software programs for your life - happy family man of successful businessman!
Useful Advices: How to Become a Programmer
Alexander Korotkiy, a senior .NET developer in SmartGuy Group A/S and is leading MS SQL and .NET-related master classes in Ciklum, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education gives a lot of useful tips about IT education that have to be considered like the need to constantly improve the educational level, attend workshops, seminars, improve English.
HURRAY! Finally published online
HURRAY! Japan has hit the PUBLISH button, and now our presentations from July 4 are all online available to be seen and hear! Granted, it took Hasnain, Tim and myself a bit time to sort out the audios syncing with the images, and then making sure the descriptions were appropriate, but yet catchy for the reader. (Any comments would be appreciated!) I am excited because this is the indicator that Erfurt is not only to be found on the PechaKucha calendar, but actually now has talks to join the PK ranks worldwide. Interesting is that a few COVER pages were changed, but then again the PK committee are more experienced in knowing what will draw attention to a topic. Even my title was slightly tweaked, but I can live with that. In German one would say 'man kann immer dazu lernen'. In other words, one can always continue to learn (something new). My motto anyway! It is now August, and we are slowly getting in gear for making sure some of the presenters for NOVEMBER 22 are lined up. From our own experience, we realize that putting together a PK takes time and planning. Simply having 20 images is not the key, but rather having a topic broken down into 20 aspects, which in turn complement an image. Although it is the middle of summer, here in Erfurt, we have yet to see a continuous warm front. In a way, I am glad because then we would be complaining it is too hot (especially in a country that does not have air-conditioning in stores, as well as in trams). Thanks again to all speakers and guests who made our first PECHAKUCHA NIGHT #1 Erfurt a memorable evening! We look forward to seeing you in November, and if you have an idea that you want to share, please let us know! Barbara (and Hasnain and Timothy)
The Future of Cancer Care
“With all these innovations, we’re left with a larger rate of cancer survivors.” Due to considerable progress in cancer treatment and survival rates, the population of cancer survivors can be anticipated to keep expanding in the foreseeable future. Though these patients may be cured of their original disease, survivors often have a to deal with a compromised quality of life. In “The Future of Cancer Care” from PKN Maastricht Vol. 24, Anna Verhulst, a fifth-year medical student and a cancer rehabilitation researcher, proposes a entirely new way of looking at cancer survivorship and rehabilitation programs.