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WIA looking back

BY LIBBY HASLAM
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

This is Women in Architecture's 5th, yes 5th PechaKucha Night SLC, this presentation takes a look back on what our past presenters have accomplished, and what we have accomplished in those 5 years!

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Chinese New Year in Bluff

BY WANWEI YUAN
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Wanwei talks about how University of Utah students designed a home on the Navajo reservation in Bluff, Utah to celebrate the Chinese New Year!!

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What I Learned As A Woman Running for Congress

BY SHIREEN GHORBANI
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Shireen Ghorbani (D) is a candidate for the United States House of Representatives in Utah's 2nd Congressional District running for accessible and affordable healthcare for every American. Shireen shares some very important lessons about being a woman in the public eye. 

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The Obscure and NOT so Secret Life of an Interpreter

BY ALYSIA MCEVOY
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

What does a sign language interpreter DO? Why do I need an interpreter if deaf people can read lips?  Is ASL (American Sign Language) Universal? Can deaf people drive?  Are deaf people Death? Why do they wear black?  

Learning about what it is to be an interpreter. 

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Honey of a Thousand Flowers

BY SARAH WINWARD
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Sarah is a destination wedding florist that creates flower arrangements inspired by the texture and changing of seasons in nature. Her flowers evoke the feeling of freshly gathered garden flowers, with all their natural variations and inconsistencies.  

She has traveled all over the world creating flowers for couples in many different environments. Her philosophy is that flowers should feel natural in the environment that they are going to be viewed in. S

he goes to great lengths to source the perfect flowers to complete a desired look, but also finds many of her materials in the immediate area that the event will be held. The final product truly is an extension of it’s surroundings, her interpretation of nature. She finds joy in collaborating with a couple to create flowers unique for their event; taking inspiration from them, the season, and the surroundings. Each arrangement is more than just a centerpiece or a bouquet, it has layers of beauty that are meant to be experienced, not just seen. Sarah works internationally , but resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she calls the base of the Rocky Mountains home.

 

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making Emma and Jane

BY SHELLEY BODILY
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Madeline Jorgensen studied drama at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts at the Stella Adler Conservatory. She has since produced and directed many professional theatrical shows in the Austin area.

Jorgensen loves producing interactive media such as a horror web series/alternate reality game called "Where is Alice?" as an experiment in viral marketing for the short film, From Underneath. The success of "Where Is Alice?" was featured in a Daily Texan article and reached over 2,000 people.

Jorgensen is currently in Salt Lake City, producing feature films with her husband, Brent. In addition to producting films they are breaking down gender barriers in thier professional community!!

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Title: Forced into Fashion: A Working Woman's Guide to Navigating Wardrobe

BY KIM FISCHER
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Navigating wardrobe is a delicate dance for working women. Especially in television news. From tomboy to news anchor... the intense focus on my appearance has left me frustrated and confused. I (Kim Fischer) explain how now use my life experience to empower other women and how you can too.

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Perceptions of Me

BY SHELLEY BODILY
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Jeanne Jackson, FAIA, LEED AP, is a partner at VCBO Architecture, a 90 person firm in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since joining the firm in 1990, Jeanne has specialized in the design of educational facilities.

She is a pioneer in the incorporation of research-based educational practices into innovative facilities designed for the future of education, and has presented on this topic at numerous national conferences. Multiple schools that she has helped to conceive and design have won national, regional and local awards. Jeanne has served as President of AIA Utah, and is a past president of the national AIA Committee on Architecture for Education, and the Utah Chapter of the Association for Learning Environments (formerly CEFPI).

She has been a member of numerous accreditation visits to schools of architecture as a representative for the National Architectural Accrediting Board. She has been a licensed architect since 1993, has served on the Utah State Architectural Licensing Board for 8 years and led numerous committees and Task Forces for the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Jeanne is also the FIRST woman in Utah to be elevated to Fellowship in the AIA, and to be awarded the AIA Western Mountain Region Silver Medal.

In this presentation, Jeanne explores herself, her life, and perceptions about her. 

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Preserving our HOMES, COMMUNITY and CULTURE

BY IVIS GARCIA
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Dr. Garcia is an urban planner with a long history of working with and for low-
income communities throughout the nation.

She studies housing strategies to meet the needs of low-income and diverse populations and the relationship between uneven development, grassroots organizing, and community development. She is especially interested in facilitating the integration of racialized and ethnic groups into democratic planning processes.

With NeighborWorks Salt Lake and University Neighborhood Partners, Dr. Garcia is a faculty partner of the Westside Leadership Institute—a program intended to foster leadership skills among residents.

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Beware the Calendar

BY GIULIANA SERENA
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

There’s a powerful story being told over and over that influences the way most people experience life here on this planet. It’s so deeply ingrained at this point that the vast majority of folks alive today may never come to question it. In this talk, Giuliana Serena invites us to get curious about how the way we track time influences our experience of it, and how we might learn to connect more fully with nature by attuning ourselves to the cycles of the moon, the sun, and our own bodies.
 
Slide Descriptions & Attribution:
 
1) Earth from space, courtesy of NASA
2) Definition of "Time" from American Heritage Dictionary by Giuliana Serena
3) Placenta Print by Giuliana Serena
4) Screenshot of blank iOS calendar
5) Full Moon Through Trees by Giuliana Serena
6) Waxing Gibbous Moon over Atlantic Ocean by Giuliana Serena
7) "Her Lips" by Jen Lewis of Beauty in Blood
8) Venus De Laussel, courtesy of Bordeaux Museum
9) Mayan Calendar, Artist Unknown
10) Calendar Date of Presentation
11) Julius Ceasar & Pope Gregory XIII Illustrations courtesy of Wikipedia, Artists Unknown
12, 13, 14) Various Screenshots of Civil Calendars
15) Distant Galaxies by NASA, Vintage Illustration
16) Compilation of images by Giuliana Serena
17) Earth & Moon from Space by NASA
18, 19, 20) Images by Giuliana Serena
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From China to Salt Lake City

BY EYEE HSU
@ VOL 24 ON MAR 30, 2018

Eyee Hsu is a media professional who has dedicated her work to creating mutual understanding between the US and China. Originally from San Diego, she recently moved to Utah after 15 years living and working in Beijing, where she was the Host and Producer of several flagship interview and talk show programs on CCTV (China Central Television), China’s largest television network. These programs focused on relevant issues resulting from China’s rapid transformation and growth, and its impact on the global community. Eyee was also a reporter for NBC during the Beijing 2008 Olympics, hosting features to bring insight on Chinese culture to the American audience.
In addition to her media experience, Eyee has expertise in a variety of
healthcare-related fields, and enjoys dabbling in entrepreneurial pursuits. She
has a strong personal passion for the environment and issues related to
healthcare and children, and serves on the advisory board for two global climate change organizations. She is thrilled to have relocated to Utah with her family, and is looking forward to exploring all this region has to offer!

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Scamming Your Way to a Better Community

BY JOSH SCHEUERMAN
@ VOL 10 ON OCT 14, 2013

Josh Scheuerman began his career by scamming his way into concerts by posing as photographer. Yet what he was really after was a way to connect with a community he associated with. Those early years led to work at SLUG magazine, which led to Josh publishing his own skate and snowboarding magazines. His art passion led him to start a local art adoption program. Josh's desire to connect with and improve his community has driven much of his life and his selfless actions improve the lives around him and the larger community.

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