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Intento oír sus pequeñas voces - Try to hear their small voices
BY CHENÉ GÓMEZ
@ VOL 8
ON FEB 20, 2010
Hiking Trip to the Himalayas
BY HANS-PETER KUHNERT
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 12, 2010
HP Kuhnert went on a hiking trip to the Himalayas in Nepal, and in this richly illustrated presentation he shares his travel experiences and his impressions from a country that is so very different. The photos will make you want to experience these beautiful landscapes first-hand. (in German)
A Day in Tokyo
BY JEAN-PAUL TOONEN
@ VOL 94
ON JUL 25, 2012
Jean-Paul Toonen is the organizer of PKN Maastricht, and in this presentation done in Tokyo, he walks us through one of his days spent visiting our dear city, sharing funny observations about the way that Tokyo (and Japan) can appear to a foreigner. All photos were taken the day before the PKN. (in English)
Trip to Old Genoa
BY JACOPO BACCANI
@ VOL 3
ON JUL 01, 2012
Faced with a contemporary situation characterized by daily complaints on the immobility of Genoa and of the Genoese, it arouses astonishment to rediscover in the dawn of the last century, an astonishing concentration of technological experimentation, avant-garde architecture, and urban visions. (in Italian)
Through Heat and Storm
BY AMY SELIKOFF AND NATHAN SELIKOFF
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 20, 2013
Amy Selikoff and Nathan Selikoff spontaneously decided to take a bike ride from Florida to Canada. They planned for months and took time off from their jobs. The actual journey was fraught with accidents, detours, and bad weather. They found that it was similar to marriage. Every marriage is a different journey filled with its own special joys and obstacles that need to be solved in their own ways.
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PKN Chicago Vol. 10
PechaKucha Night in Chicago projected big for its Vol. 10 -- organizer Peter Exley tells us how: PechaKucha Night Chicago's first road trip on July 21 (Vol. 10) to Hyde Park Art Center (4 blocks from Obama's house), using their 10-projector, 7680x1024 resolution setup, that could be seen inside and outside of the building (designed by Garofalo Architects, alum of PKN Chicago Vol. 1). Below, a few more photos from the event, courtesy of Visualizedconcepts and Thorsten Bösch.
Don't let the fact that today's presentation is in Japanese stop you from having a look at the surprising tape font Shuetsu-tai, developed by Shuetsu Sato as part of his job in writing temporary signs for areas under construction. Presentation in Japanese -- but an amazing presentation where the images really do tell the story. Trio 4 introduce us to the fantastically generic duct tape font 'Shuetsu-tai' by Shuetsu Sato. Trio 4 is a film and documentary team based in Tokyo.
PKN Barcelona Vol. 10
The following is a report by PechaKucha Night in Barcelona organizer Petz Scholtus on last week's Vol. 10. PechaKucha Barcelona just celebrated its 10th volume last week, by filling the old Estrella Damm brewery with a very lively audience and some excellent speakers. The trash converters mantra trip band, the residual Gurus, performed to the 20 slides, after designer Alessandro Rancati expressed his passion for glass. Mateusz Staniewski showed breath-taking photos that were created by painting with light (watch the presentation here) and Nocko Nogués invited us to celebrate each day as if it was a music festival. Then, designer Marc Ligos confessed his love for subbuteo (a kind of table football), movie director Enric Soldevila revealed what went on behind the scenes of the making off the last Estrella Damm video spot, and architect Lucas Cappelli convinces us that we can do anything if we really go for it. Designer Santi Fuster took us through the ups and downs and many moves of his studio Bendita Gloria, and, Vialis-founder Jaime Sarramalera together with Surtido designer Marc Morro showed us how you can make "anything but a shoe." Last but not least, Tomas Diez explained how the Fab Lab in Barcelona can make (almost) anything, and Jordi and Pol from Pla&Fantoba design studio told the story of Mr. Need who learnt to invest into himself in order to become happy and successful in life. For more information, photos and videos, visit PechaKucha Barcelona's blog (in Spanish). The photos included in the post are courtesy of Benjamin Julv and Ricardo Ferraz. Marc Ligos Residual Gurus Vidrioh
A Trip from Byron Bay to Lake Eyre
In this presentation from last week's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 78, Tim Exley takes us on an amazing trip from the coast of Byron Bay to Lake Eyre, all across the surprisingly colorful outback of Australia by motor glider.
Letters on Cuba
Recorded at this past Wednesday's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 88, we end the week with a presentation from designer Ian Lynam -- who also made our new PechaKucha Global Cities Week logo -- that features photos of typography spotted in and around Cuba during a recent trip.
Upcoming: PKN Lakeland Vol. 7
PKN Lakeland is among the first PechaKucha Nights we'll have the pleasure to see this year. Set in sunny central Florida, this land of many lakes looks to host their Volume 7 at the end of January. We imagine they're having a much warmer winter than most, perhaps a PechaKucha field trip is in order?
Real Japanese Gardens
Jenny Schröder had a comfortable life working for a global IT firm in London, but cast it all to the wind after a brief trip to Japan. In today's issue of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Tokyo Vol. 97) Jenny tells us how she journeyed to Saitama (the prefecture along Tokyo's northern border) to study the art of garden design, and fell into a well of knowledge deeper than she had expected. Schröder came to understand the design elements -- the balance of moss, rock, sand; the way Japanese architecture served as a frame for the garden space. She discovered the cultural/historical elements as well: the practice of Sadō (ritual tea-making and imbibing) is often performed with a garden as foreground or background, and Kamakura/Muromachi Era garden designer and Rinzai Zen Monk Musō Soseki's environments can be experienced throughout Japan to this day. She's compiled much of her knowledge on her website (JapaneseGardens.jp) and continues to update regularly. If you've ever longed to breathe in the smell of greenery and tea whilst gazing upon the juxtaposition of nature, Schröder's database is a great place to begin.
Ryunoshin Hirai is a junior architect at Klein Dytham architecture, and at Wednesday's Vol. 105 he will be talking about the 17-hour Tokyo-drifting trip that he embarked on with his friend Alex.17時間の弾丸東京ツアーをお友達アレックスさんと行った平井龍之進さんがPechaKucha Night 東京105（7月31日、水曜日）にてその様子をプレゼンテーションして下さいます。
Viacheslav Rudnytskiy is trainer at Success Technology Training Company in Dniproperovsk, Ukraine and he travels all over the world. After last trip he considered why there are clean streets in one place and dirty streets in another place. Theory of sustainable development is based on combination of economy, environment and social community factors of every phenomenon.
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.