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Jan 21, 2012
Ubud 20x20 VOL 1
Sep 26, 2012
Northwest African American Museum
Feb 27, 2014
May 06, 2014
Engineers Club of Dayton
Aug 20, 2015
Byblos at Oriental Hall
Jul 23, 2015
Seattle University Pigott Auditorium
Nov 02, 2015
Sunnyside Park Hotel
Mar 23, 2016
Muhammad Ali Center
Oct 25, 2016
The Owl and the Raven
Feb 02, 2018
Fear of a Black Planet
BY TIM HOOVER
@ VOL 9
ON FEB 23, 2012
Tim is a DJ, producer, promoter, and entertainer whose work has both a sense of humor and wonder. Hear him rap through most of his presentation, as he shares his love of music and hip-hop -- something he can't help but want to spread to others.
A Concise History of Race Relations in New Zealand ... Abridged
BY JAMES NOKISE
@ VOL 18
ON FEB 17, 2013
James Nokise gives us a comedic rundown on the history of New Zealand, its diversity, and its rugby team. He talks about New Zealand's original inhabitants, its immigrants, and encourages racial understanding and acceptance across the board.
A Yemeni Female Rapper
BY AMANI YAHYA
@ VOL 1
ON FEB 22, 2014
In her native Arabic and a bit of English, female Yemeni rapper Amani Yahya shares the trials and triumphs of pursuing her art against all odds. She speaks about the support and encouragement she’s received from her friends and community, her rap style, and how she’s challenged cultural norms to do what she loves.
"Presentation of the Day" on September 24, 2014.
Internet Babies: Kawaii Happy and Fruity Free
BY IDEAL CORPUS
@ VOL 115
ON JUN 25, 2014
Ideal Corpus are a French DJ duo who define themselves as visual artists in the post internet age. Their philosophy is radical enthusiasm, encouraging people to always find happiness and positivity even through hardships. They utilize the internet, and of course dancing, as a way to connect people.
BY ANN HAWKINS
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 22, 2015
"By and large, most people thought it was time for change. And I was going to be part of that change."
In "Disabling Labelling" from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, writer, mentor, and idealist Ann Hawkins passionately talks about equal opportunity and the modern world lessons that she insists we must learn that race, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation, and all the various labels that we are so accustomed to assigning each other, have very little to do with the kind of people we actually are or how effective we can be in the world. "It's time to tidy up our language" she adds referring to limitations labels give us, concluding "we owe it to the next generation."
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, October 15th, 2015.
Miami Loves Loving Day
BY DIANA IGLESIAS
The Loving Day name comes from Loving v. Virginia (1967), the landmark Supreme Court decision that declared all laws against interracial marriage unconstitutional in the United States. A couple named Richard and Mildred Loving won their right to marry. Now Loving Day is embraced globally by a diverse range of individuals and organizations, especially popular among interracial, multicultural, international, and interfaith couples - as well as multiracial and multicultural people.
Zoning New York
BY MARCH CHADWICK
@ NEW YORK BUILD
ON MAR 16, 2017
Listen to this mashup of a PechaKucha presentation by author Anthony Hayden-Guest and architect March Chadwick - about architectural zoning of New York City and its social inhabitants.
Anthony Haden-Guest is a British-American writer, reporter, cartoonist, art critic, poet, and socialite who lives in New York and London. He is a frequent contributor to major magazines and has had several books published
March Chadwick, is CEO of M.Arch Architects and CEO of Zoner, www.zoner.city. Architect, professor, and software developer, B.Arch U.Tenn, M.Arch Georgia Tech.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Ravi Jetshan (Ravior) has been a jewelry maker since 1982, and he presented some of his work at the recent PechaKucha Night in Mauritius Vol. 2. That city's organizer, Stephen Ng, writes this about Ravi: Volume 2 was certainly highlighted by Ravior, a jewelry making company led by Ravi Jetshan since 1982 -- "or" means gold in French and in Creole, Mauritius' very own dialect that Ravi uses when naming some of his collections. One thing you'll soon realize with Ravi is that he really holds a lot of affection towards his culture, his tradition, his country, and he perfectly translates all of that through his designs. Add to this the fact that he has traveled the world and speaks six languages -- the audience at Vol. 2 could well understand how the man delivers such great creativity, innovation, and attention to detail. "The success of Ravior is essentially the product of fine-tuned teamwork by groomed professionals equipped with multiple skills reinforced by continuous advanced training. Rigour in craft and skill is the key to quality production for each and every jewellery piece, all this driven by professional and civic ethics." This was taken from www.ravior.com, where more of his collections can be viewed. At the start of his presentation this is what Ravi had to say in Creole: "Ene le monde sans bijou, c'est ene ene le monde sans lamour." Literally, a world without jewelry is a world without love...
Unsanctioned Racing, Chance Meetings at Guido's (With Photos), and More Photos from Hong Kong
Presentations In his presentation (from PKN Chattanooga Vol. 11), Jim Farmer takes a look at all manner of unsanctioned racing, from the nostalgic to the crazy, to the plain old fun. As we discover in her presentation (from PKN Pittsfield Vol. 3), Diane Firtell goes out and takes photos of people she meets at the Guido's grocery store (and sometimes other places), a project that then saw her add computer "painting" to eliminate the visual noise in the background of the photos. Posters For today's additions to the Tumblr blog, we start with a look at the flyer and poster for the upcoming PKN Guimaraes Vol. 4. We've also added the poster for PKN Castellon de la Plana Vol. 2 Photos Adding to the photo gallery for last week's PKN Hong Kong Vol. 12 we've already shared, here are two more Facebook galleries to share, with photos by Cheehaur Tan and Vic Shing (Art Surveillance). Calendar There are no events this evening, but tomorrow night sees PKN Providence Vol. 42. Thursday will bring the following five events: PKN Guatelmala City Vol. 2, PKN Lille Vol. 2, PKN Knoxville Vol. 5, PKN Chillicothe Vol. 1, and PKN Vladimir Vol. 9.
Adopting a Racing Dog, Moving to the Shakespeare Beat, and Pinteresting Finds
Presentations Another fantastic kids presentation from Derby (Vol. 5), this time with Freya talking about her dog Alfie, a retired racing greyhound. If this doesn't convince you that adopting a retired racing dog is a good idea, we don't know what will. Can you move to the Shakespeare beat? Ben Spiller will make sure that you do in his presentation (from PKN Derby Vol. 6), before introducing you to the Shakespeare workout. Some presentations see a person sharing their work, and some see the presenter sharing what inspires him or her. Here (from PKN Pittsfield Vol. 3), Richard Britell does the latter, sharing finds from Pinterest. This presentation (in French, from PKN Lyon Vol. 4) is about Alles Gut, a graphic design studio founded by Antoine Eckart and Francis Josserand. The idea was born from the desire of putting together their skills and their vision of design combining esthetic and function. They act in the field of print (ID, posters, editing), web design, and illustration. And with these four presentations we hit a new milestone today, reaching 600 online presentations -- or make that two, since our city count has just hit 580. Events We announced it a couple of weeks ago, but here's a reminder that here in Tokyo, PechaKucha is teaming up with ArchiAid for a very special event next week (Thursday, November 22) at SuperDeluxe in Roppongi. This PechaKucha event will be jam-packed with an inspirational lineup of architects -- including SANAA and Atelier Bow-Wow -- who will present their ArchiAid-supported projects in Tohoku (northern Japan, the area most affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami), using the 20x20 format you know and love. You'll find more event details and the full lineup of presenters on our Facebook event page and Inspire Japan site. Participants will also contribute books to be auctioned during the break, to raise funds. You can also support ArchiAid initiatives through the PechaKucha website -- click on the big blue "A+" logo. Photos Tallinn had its Vol. 6 earlier this week, but here's a photo gallery [Flickr] from the city's Vol. 5, held back in September. You'll find the list of presenters on the official event page. Calendar After a busy week, it's a relatively quiet weekend, with two events scheduled for tonight (Friday, November 16) -- PKN Aalen Vol. 12 and PKN Hamptons Vol. 2 -- and then PKN Johannesburg Vol. 8 happening on Saturday.
I'm Not Actually Speaking Tonight, I'm Rapping
In our "Presentation of the Day," Tokyo-based visual artist Rob Judges takes us on a tour of his work with a hip hop hippity hop style. Yes, the man can rap, and you'll have fun listening to him as he shares what he's been working on of late.
Glen Chilton is a biologist in search of rare and falsely-presumed-extinct wildlife species. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Townsville Vol. 2) Glenn speaks of his travels, conquests, and travails in seeking these rare members of the animal (and sometimes plant) kingdom.
In this edition of Presentation of the Day, Godert van Hardenbroek discusses (at PKN Shanghai Vol. 21) Dian Racing: a collaborative, Tongji University student-run group tasked with the challenge to build the future of electric racing vehicles. Godert explains some of the history behind alternative energy in cars, how he co-founded the Formula Zero racing class (for fuel cell vehicles), and how he's brought together student engineers and designers from all over to construct the ultimate zero-emission racer.
A message from PechaKucha co-founder, Mark Dytham: Thank you very much for your generous support! I have hit my Indiegogo Campaign target raising ¥1,000,000 for 'Home For All' by running the Tokyo Marathon. And thanks to the Indiegogo campaign and my PechaKucha presentation, 'Home for All' has also received an additional donation of ¥3,000,000, making a total of ¥4,000,000 -- yay! There are still a lot of projects to be funded so if you haven't donated yet there are 48 hours left on my Indiegogo campaign -- and now you can also donate through PayPal. Our building for "Home For All" in Soma City will break ground on April 8. Thank you all so much for helping to bring so much positivity to Tohoku!
PKN SEA vol. 51 - AfroFuturism: A Journey Through Race and Time
The February 27 PKN SEA vol. 51 AfroFuturism event at NAAM was by turns electric, moving, profound, brilliant and stunning. Click here to view presentations by Barbara Earl Thomas, Sandra Jackson Dumont, Zola Mumford, Christina Orbe, Charles Mudede, Donald Byrd, Ahamefule J. Oluo, Saheed Adejumobe, Okanomode Soulchilde and Hannah Hong Frelot.
PK in Charlotte Mayoral Race
The PK20x20 format finds its way to the Charlotte mayoral race as candidates took to the stage showing their vision for Charlotte with 20 images each, and 20 seconds to explain each one. Organizers say hope the format will attract younger voters to the race. In a political landscape polluted with rhetoric and talking points, PK comes to the rescuse to distill political messages!
Raise the Roof
Architecture and design forms an integral part of our lives. Our physical space influences us in numerous ways and quiet often dictates our moods and behaviour. It has the power to define a city, a society, a country, a culture. It can motivate us, and even subjugate us. In this volume of PechaKucha Nights we will be talking about how architecture helps us express and define ourselves. If you are interested in presenting, send in your ideas and a few sample images on firstname.lastname@example.org latest by 27th February 2018. For details click :https://www.facebook.com/events/618456498486180/