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Tall Oaks Community Center
May 15, 2010
San Jose, Costa Rica
Altea Design Showroom and Open Terrace Deck - Escazú
Mar 25, 2010
Tall Oaks Community Center
Nov 20, 2010
Jan 21, 2012
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nov 28, 2012
The Electric Palm
Jan 26, 2013
Tamper Coffee - Sellers Wheel
Jul 16, 2015
Steveston Community Centre
May 05, 2016
Orlando @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
EV Hive D.Lab
Oct 17, 2017
Shooting the Yuanyang Rice Terraces
BY CAROLINE MARYAN
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 09, 2013
Ever wonder what a photographer goes through to get that great, exotic, far away photo? Sometimes it's just an impulse. Caroline Maryan takes us on the journey with her and shows us not only the great shot she went for, but also who she met along the way, what went into processing the photos, and what she discovered about herself doing it all.
On the Cutting Edge
BY BRENDA REICHEL
@ VOL 19
ON DEC 13, 2013
Brenda Reichel talks about lapidary art, which learned from her grandparents, she is a trained bench jeweler, and current president of GIA, Graduate Gemologists. She has worked along with US Customs, FBI, Hawaii State Archives, Bishop Museum, Iolani Palace, and has been the Gemologist Instructor at the Honolulu Museum of Art for the past 18 years. She talks about an importance of cutting stones by hand and shows different tools that are used to cut stones in order to make them look beautiful.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 26, 2014.
Passionate Movement Creating Attractive Waterfronts by Mizbering
BY TADASHI IWAMOTO
@ VOL 132
ON JAN 27, 2016
最近水辺が盛り上がってきました。 かつては悪臭などで放置され都市の裏側だった河川空間が、 様々な場所で変貌を遂げてきています。 人口が縮小していく社会で魅力ある都市や街をつくっていくために、 素敵な水辺やその公共空間が必要だと気づいた人達による水辺をよくするための活動「Mizbering」について、建築家でMizberingディレクターの岩本唯史さんが明瞭かつ迫力満点にお伝えします！
Message in a Bottle
BY GEORGE BOORUJY
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 04, 2016
George Boorujy was born and bred in New Providence New Jersey, and now lives in Brooklyn, along with almost everyone else. He is represented by P.P.O.W. gallery in New York, and teaches at the School of Visual Arts.
Check out George's project, New York Pelagic, here!
Read about the bottle that washed up on a beach in France here!
Nuclear Power: The Tihange Debate
BY GISELA GARRIDO
@ VOL 33
ON JUN 24, 2014
People in Maastricht have observed the increase of “Stop Tihange and Doel” yellow posters in the city, but what do we really know about nuclear power? In this presentation, Gisela Garrido discusses the reality of risks, consequences and political factors associated with the Tihange Nuclear Power Plant located in Liege, just across the Belgian border.
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PKN San Jose, Costa Rica Vol. 2
The second volume of Pecha Kucha Night hit San Jose, Costa Rica a couple of weeks ago, packing in over 400 at Jazzcafe Escazu, and garnering some well-deserved press, including a full-page article in Costa Rica's largest newspaper, Nacion, and coverage in business magazine La Republica as well. Below, more images from the event, courtesy of coordinator Mauricio Herrera-Palma.
Today we go green with our daily presentation highlight, covering Hearther Ring and her wayward plants. The Wayward Plant Registry is a project of social exchange and botanical desire. A wayward plant, commonly referred to as a weed, is one growing where it is not wanted. They may be non-native, unsightly, invasive, high-maintenance, surplus or withering, and so are uprooted and abandoned, pulled from the earth (or pot!) as urban castaways. But wayward plants, whether common weeds, domestic breeds or rare botanical specimens, are truly in the eye of the beholder. The Wayward Plant Registry sets up Halfway Homes for these unwanted plants, and works to bring out the full potential of their beauty and meaning. The Registry considers systems of exchange, the personification of plant-life, the human stories revealed through plant migrations, and the nature of botanical desire. Know of a wayward plant? Wish to be a halfway home? Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the presentations that quite literally blew the crowd away at last week's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 71 was by Rie Hosokai (Daisy Balloon) as she showed off her amazing balloon designs -- yes, every single item you'll see in the presentation, including the flowers and the dresses, was created out of balloons.
In Defense of Mariah Carey and Genoa's Duplex Ride
Presentations We'll say this: there aren't many people who are bigger fans of Mariah Carey than Tom McBride. In his presentation (from PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 1), he shares the enthusiasm and infectious passion he has for his biggest idol. In this presentation (in Italian, from PKN Genoa Vol. 1) by Marco Cacciamani we learn about Duplex Ride, a cultural association founded in 2010 and interested in all forms of art, which mainly organizes events for electronic music and video projections. Duplex Ride is an idea in motion, it's an art collective, electronic research, experimenting in all its forms, including painting, photography, and writing. Posters There's no new addition to the Tumblr blog today, so instead we highlight one of the posters we recently added. Above, a dog takes care of washing down last month's PKN Mendoza Vol. 5. Photos We now have full galleries of photos from last week's PKN Tokyo Vol. 94 to share, which you'll find on both Facebook and Flickr. All photos were taken by our regular photographer, Michael Holmes, along with his assistant Nomi. Calendar We have three PKNs happening tonight (August 2): PKN Winter Harbor Vol. 6, PKN Springfield, IL Vol. 8, and PKN Victoria Vol. 10. Tomorrow you can look to these three cities: PKN Panjim Vol. 3, PKN Springfield, MO Vol. 7, and PKN Hakata Vol. 7.
Ice Cream Bells Are Ringing
Just last week in Chicago (at PKN Chicago Vol. 25), Michael and Diane Jackson gave a presentation on their 20 years of marriage. Little did Diane know that Michael had an extraordinary surprise in store for her: After waiting 20 years, Michael was finally able to give me my surprise wedding gift. In 1993 he had secretly booked and paid for a Mr. Whippy ice-cream van to be our getaway vehicle to take us to our honeymoon suite. We stood with our assembled guests outside Stanley House and waited. Sadly Mr. Whippy did not show. Michael has been harboring a sense of loss and regret ever since. Last night, following our PechaKucha presentation about the saga of our 20 years together, I hear that familiar sickly sound of ice-cream bells. Parked outside Martyrs was the vehicle of my dreams, complete with the customary beer cans (Boddingtons of course) tied behind. Please note Chicago had a major snow storm yesterday which makes this act of love even more unbelievable. We served ice-creams to everyone who attended PK and then set off into the night, bells ringing, cans clanking to our home in Rogers Park. I still can't believe my crazy husband. What's more, the owners keep the vehicles in storage over the winter and so the ice-cream van is now on my insurance. I am the luckiest girl in the world. Truth be told, upon the arrival of this little ice-cream truck, there wasn't a dry eye in the house. Take a look at Chicago's Vol. 25 event page for more photos of this memorable event.
Hands that Remember the Rifle
"Yes of course I'm alive, but as years have gone by I've become aware of the fact that I'm not in one piece -- that a part of me was left behind in that desert..." In today's Presentation of the Day, "Hands that Remember the Rifle" from PKN Albany, Georgia Vol. 2, former-U.S. Marine James Gillham recounts the devastating experiences he had serving in the Iraq War. He discusses the collateral damage of war, his battalion's first death, and the post-traumatic stress that affects each and every soldier upon their return home.
When Rice Attacks!
Sometimes, when the night is dark and the fog rolls in from the paddies, the rice boy rises up... Resident yokai expert Matt Alt comes at us with yet another fascinating look into the world of Japanese monsters. In "When Rice Attacks!" from a special コメ展 x PechaKucha edition of PKN Tokyo, he elaborates on the creatures that lurk between lines of planted rice paddies.
How Riding a Bike Taught Me about Prejudice
“Riding a bike in a car-dominated culture is an inherently political act.” Cyclist by necessity Andrew Kurjata speaks about the danger of sharing space in a city full of giant metal road-roving vehicles. In “How Riding a Bike Taught Me about Prejudice” from PKN Prince George Vol. 1, he shows us how his run-ins with automobiles on the road have given him a tiny slice of insight as to what it means to be discriminated.
The Sun Rising on Dundee
Dundee, Scotland has some sunsets that can challenge Hawaii’s. Graphic designer and PKN Dundee co-organiser Lyall Bruce shows us a thing or two about his beloved city, and what you ought to see when you visit. In “The Sun Rising on Dundee” from PKN Tokyo Vol. 123, he tells us all about Dundee’s architecture, culture, gaming scene, and naturally, its gorgeous sunrises and sunsets.
Its Not What You Ride, But How You Ride
"...distilling the essence of motorcycle for our clients, re-designing, re-building, and re-engineering and, along the way, pumping in as much coolness as we can."In Its Not What You Ride, But How You Ride from Tokyo, Vol. 124 Matthew Roberts of Speedtractor Industries, a custom motorcycle and design studio in Tokyo, shares his passion for the true essence of motorcycle riding. With custom motorcycle design becoming ever more accessible, Matthew discusses how he guides clients to designing the bikes that are just right for them. A truly cool presentation!