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Why Yes, There is a Santa Claus
BY T. SHER SINGH
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 09, 2013
T. Sher Singh tells the true story of Saint Nicholas, the man who inspired the myth of Santa Claus. This story takes him to a small church in Turkey, where a priest became famous for his acts of kindness, eventually becoming the patron saint of sailors.
Auf der Suche nach dem Schönen, Wahren und Guten
BY MARTIN ITEN
@ VOL 11
ON NOV 17, 2016
Martin Iten ist Grafiker. Er und ein südtiroler Freund, ebenfalls Grafiker, fanden die digitale Welt ein wenig "öd". Sie wollten gerne einmal wieder etwas richtig Analoges machen, mit Papier, Druck, Fühlen und Riechen... Das Ergebnis: "Melchior". Ein Magazin mit christlichem Hintergrund, das die großen existenziellen Fragen des Lebens behandelt und noch dazu wunderbar gestaltet und illustriert ist.
The story of European secularism
BY MUEID AL RAEE
@ VOL 32
ON FEB 06, 2017
Mueid Al Raee is interested in the connection of philosophy and religion. He talks about the influences that shaped Spinoza’s work on philosophy, religion, and understanding the nature of God.
Mueid presents Averroes as an important character in the story of secularism. Averroes is often referred to as the father of European Secularism. Mueid argues that religion played an important role in the formulation of the philosophy of secularism as we know it today in Europe.
His message is that we should challenge the ideas that consider secularism and religion as opposites.
Japan and the Temporal Craftsmen
BY NICHOLAS COFFEE
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Nicholas Coffee takes us through history of temporal craftsmen with examples of temples and shrines across Japan. His study was made possible by the Georgia Trust Foundation.
Nicholas is a LEED AP Architectural Designer at FXFOWLE working on a range of projects in NYC from urban design to interior design. Previously he worked at Bjarke Ingels Group on a variety of projects including the Hot to Cold exhibition and publication. He holds a Masters of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelors of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado at Boulder (his hometown.)
Mnemosyne & Sleep Temples of Ancient Greece
BY SARAH JANES
Writer and host of The Explorers Club - a small lecture salon in St. Leonards on Sea, Sarah Janes talks about her interests in dreaming, the occult and spiritual sciences. An intelligent and humorous look at Mnemosyne - the personification of memory in Greek mythology, and her influence.
Journalist & digital start-up founder, Rohan Jayasekera makes the case for Freedom From Torture and brings our attention to International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. An emotional insight into the difficulties of surviving torture, through supporting others who have been victims of torture.
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PKN Beijing Vol. 9
PechaKucha Night hit the city of Beijing late last month for a ninth time, attracting over 300 at that city's Factory 798 art hub. One of the organizers, Alessandra Hendersen, contributes this report: On February 28, Pecha Kucha Beijing hosted its ninth edition at the Yan Club Arts Center in Factory 798, a former industrial complex turned art hub where the most avant-garde contemporary art galleries and studios are found alongside hip cafes and design spaces. Attended by well over 300 of the most curious types in Beijing, PK BJ Edition 9 featured compelling talks from artists, architects, designers, film industry insiders and more. While the audience hung over the gallery’s balustrade and vied for space on the tiered steps, the ten speakers dazzled with black and white photographic images of Afghanistan, the symbiotic relationship between religion and brand, sneak peaks of short films created by the most cutting edge Chinese directors, and so on. We were even lucky enough to import a fellow Pecha Kucha-ite from our Japanese counterparts, Mr. Satoshi Ohashi of Zaha Hadid architects, an organizer in Hamamatsu, Japan. One of the most exciting speeches of the night came from Ilya Rozhdestvensky, Managing Director of ONEDREAMRUSH, a project featuring 42 short films of 42 seconds each by world famous directors. More information on his project can be found at www.42x42.com. Above and below, images from one of Satoshi Ohashi's projects, followed by a few images taken from Ilya Rozhdestvensky's presentation. PKN Beijing Vol. 10 will take place May 23.
PKN Kyoto + Inspire Japan
Kyoto will take part in the Global PechaKucha Day - Inspire Japan event on April 16, with their event happening at Butterfly (see map) from 17:00. We're also including the full press release -- in both English and Japanese -- which has all the details on what to expect, as well as the full list of presenters. :: ペチャクチャナイト京都 Vol. 3の案内 :: Global PechaKucha Day INSPIRE JAPAN ペチャクチャナイト京都 第３回 「インスパイア・ジャパン」 日時： ２０１１年４月１６日（土） 午後５時～８時 会場： ＢＵＴＴＥＲＦＬＹ http://www.butterfly-kyoto.com/ (075-211-4898) 入場料： １，０００円 （ワンドリンク） ＋ 義援金募金（推奨額 １，０００円） 今回の第３回ペチャクチャナイト京都「インスパイア・ジャパン」は、世界同時ペ チャクチャの日として東日本大震災の被災者の皆様への応援活動として開催されます。ここからの収益ならびに皆様からの募金は義援金として” アーキテクチャー・フォー・ヒューマニティー（ＡＦＨ）”という団体へと直接寄付されます。ペチャクチャは昨年のハイチ地震の後に行われた世 界同時ペチャクチャでもＡＦＨを支援しました。 「ペチャクチャナイト」はクリエイターのプレゼン大会です。2003年に東京で、若手のデザイナーたちが自身の作品を発表するためのイベントとして始まりました。今では世界370都市に広まっています。そしてPKNはデザイナーのみの集まりではなく、一般の方も参加するイベントなので、デザイン、アートと社会の新たな交流場となります。 「20X20」= 20枚のスライドを使って、1枚当たり20秒で、一人６分４０秒というフォーマットです。ペチャクチャナイト、もっと詳しくは： http://www.pecha-kucha.org （英語） http://idnagano.net/interview/2010/04/25.php（日本語） 前回の写真： http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=7687&id=100001634027906 FACEBOOK イベントページ：http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188547284522845 ::プレゼンターのリスト:: 1. Felicity Greenland（歌手）- Singing Around the Table 2. Christine Flint Sato（墨アーティスト）- Sumi Work 3. 川上全龍（春光院）- Religion and Science: Zen 4. Micah Gampel（写真家）- 携帯シリーズ 5. Bianca Beuttel（デザイナー・エッセイスト）- 日本パッケージデザイン展 とその先 6. 細貝由衣 (Art Complex) - 300の学び方、300のワークショップ インターナショナルワークショップフェスティバル [300 DOORS] 7. 箭内新一（アーティスト・京都造形芸術大学) 8. 石橋圭吾（neutron代表、アートフェア京都実行委員会代表) - 日本のアートのこれから 9. 新元良一（ライター・京都造形芸術大学) 10. 近藤佳奈 - Architecture for Humanity 11. Kit Adran (Astrologer) ＊発表順番は未定 予約は必要ではありません。 是非、友達と一緒に遊びに来て下さい！ PechaKucha Kyoto Team http://www.pecha-kucha.org/night/kyoto/ ------------------ :: PechaKucha Night Kyoto Vol 3. :: Global PechaKucha Day INSPIRE JAPAN Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto Vol.3 - INSPIRE JAPAN Date: Saturday, April 16th, 2011 Time: 5pm-8pm Place: Butterfly Kyoto (075-211-4898) http://www.butterfly-kyoto.com/ Entrance: 1000 yen (incl. 1 drink) + suggested donation of 1000 yen PechaKucha Night Kyoto Vol. 3 "Inspire Japan" - a Global PechaKucha Day in support of the victims of the disasters in eastern Japan. Proceeds and donations from Inspire Japan will go directly to Architecture for Humanity (AFH), who PechaKucha supported last year with Global PechaKucha for Haiti. PechaKucha Night (PKN) began in Tokyo in 2003 as an event for young designers to show their work and has now spread to 370 cities worldwide as a meeting point for creators and society. For the third Kyoto event, a mix of 11 artists, designers, and creators will be sharing their ideas, visions and adventures. The format is: 20 x 20: 20 images x 20 seconds each, each speaker has 6 minutes and 40 seconds. For more information on PKN click here: http://www.pecha-kucha.org Photos from previous PechaKucha Nights in Kyoto: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=7687&id=100001634027906 FACEBOOK Event Page：http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188547284522845 ::: List of Presenters ::: Presenters: 1. Felicity Greenland (Singer) - Singing Around the Table 2. Christine Flint Sato (Sumi artist) - Sumi Work 3. Kawakami Takafumi (Shunko-in temple) - Religion and Science: Zen 4. Micah Gampel (Photographer) - Cell phone photography 5. Bianca Beuttel (designer-essayist) - Japan Package Design Exhibition and beyond 6. Hosokai Yui (Art Complex) - 300 ways to learn, 300 workshops; the International Workshop Festival [300 DOORS] 7. Yanai Shinichi (Artist / Kyoto University of Art and Design) 8. Ishibashi Keigo（Representative director of gallery neutron & ART FAIR KYOTO committee ) - The Future of Japanese Art from Today 9. Niimoto Ryoichi (Writer/Kyoto University of Art and Design) 10. Kondo Kana - Architecture for Humanity 11. Kit Adran (Astrologer) * Presentation order may change Reservations are not necessary. This is a public event - please bring your friends! Hope to see you there, PechaKucha Kyoto Team http://www.pecha-kucha.org/night/kyoto/
Giant Model Building, the Love of Japanese Gardens, and Photos from Beirut
Presentations Yusuke Iguchi shares (in Japanese/English, from PKN Tokyo Vol. 97) his latest project, BABEL, the biggest model he has ever produced. He is also trying to raise money for his next project -- you'll find more info on his website. Jenny Schroder loves Japanese gardens, and she wants the world to know more about Japanese gardens. In her presentation (from PKN Tokyo Vol. 97), she explains how Japanese gardens can teach the attentive observer a great deal about Japan and Japanese design, from design concepts and careful material selection to Japanese history, culture and religion. Learn more on Jenny's website. Posters We've added a poster for the upcoming PKN Manizales Vol. 3 to the Tumblr blog, but today's highlighted poster is for Sunday's first PKN in Riyadh -- you'll find the list of presenters on the event page. Photos Today we have an event report to share for the recent PKN San Antonio Vol. 8 -- which includes a few photos as well -- and the two photo galleries you see listed below. The photos above are from PKN Beirut Vol. 15, held earlier this month.PKN Beirut Vol. 15 [Facebook]PKN Springfield, MO Vol. 8 [Flickr]Calendar Here's what you can expect from PKNs this weekend. Tonight (November 30), we start with PKN Bangor Vol. 6, PKN Ferrol Vol. 8, PKN Nagoya Vol. 13, and PKN Tampa Bay Vol. 12. On Saturday it's Miami's 20th, and then on Sunday you'll find PKN Ashland Vol. 3, PKN Riyadh Vol. 1, and PKN Tel Aviv Vol. 14.
Waterloo Region Chapter - WELCOME
Waterloo Region Chapter is finally here! Our team is happy to welcome everyone here for this new and exhilarating project. Pecha Kucha 20×20 is a format that encourages brief, concise, visual presentations that keep the audience engaged. Each presentation includes 20 images, displayed for 20 seconds each. The images advance automatically and presenters talk along to the images, accumulating into a 6 minutes 40 seconds presentation. Bringing together our satellite campuses from the University of Waterloo is key to our mission. Over this 2014-2015 year and future years, you will see our community gathering and expressing a new sense of belonging that fun events such as the Pecha Kucha night nurture. Celebrating culture, art, innovation, technology just because "Ideas Start Here". We are really excited to see our V.1 participants' presentations! While celebrating creativity on its own by its originality, this Pecha Kucha Night (TM) is also a way to celebrate works of art by architecture, engineering, and urban planning students, faculty, alumni and community members since it also closes the Engi-Tecture: Eccentricity art show that they had put together. So don't hesistate and come on down to visit us tonight! Pecha Kucha: Creative Projects - Sat. July, 26th @ 7pm; 60 Main Street, Cambridge. Society of Waterloo Architecture Graduates (SWAG) - BRIDGE - Graduate Student Association of the University of Waterloo (GSA)
The Empty Church: My Year of Belief
“The church was empty, no one was sitting there, not even me. Nothing. It was the most beautiful thing I had ever felt.” Cartoonist and illustrator Dylan Horrocks begins with his childhood desire to believe in fantastical beings. In “The Empty Church: My Year of Belief” from PKN Christchurch Vol. 20, he shows us how after years of Atheism, he decided to give belief a chance, and he surveyed people in an attempt to see things through their eyes. He soon found the border between religion and unbelief was much more complicated that he had thought.
The Truth about Islam
The word Islam comes from salam, which means “peace” and “safety.” Abulelah Alalsheikh seeks to help others better understand Islam. In “The Truth about Islam” from PKN Osaka Vol. 7, he retraces the history of Islam and debunks some misconceptions about this religion.
On June 2 for PK3, we heard fascinating presentations from dynamic local people: Geneticist Giri Athrey of Texas A&M; Dan DeLeon, pastor of Friends UCC; Ronin Cooking owners Brian and Amanda Light; high school teacher and seasoned European "couch-surfer" Barbara Klein; and Shannon Van Zandt, Director of Texas A&M's Center for Housing and Urban Development. Thanks for all your love and support! Please consider nominating people for PK4, in the fall. See you soon!
Drawing Tells a Better Story
"We are different, but we have something to share, like all of you ... I think the concept of love or empathy is not based on race or color or gender or religion. We all share this amazing feeling."One of the biggest stories in 2015 was the migrant crisis from Syria and parts of the Middle East. Kyoto-based researcher, and Syrian national, Rodi Alkader, has been drawing his thoughts on paper for years, but as the crisis unfolded, his drawings became a profound way for him to deal with his emotions. In this very personal presentation, "Drawing Tells a Better Story", from PechaKucha Night Kyoto Vol 19, Rodi shares his family's situation and adds a unique voice to the conversation. This presentation was part of the special PechaKucha Night Huddle held in Kyoto in October 2015.
Vol 10 Pecha Kucha Night 'HOME'
London is back up and running at full steam ahead into 2016. We are now up to Volume 10! For Volume 10 we have adopted a theme - ‘Home’, which the speakers will have to get their tongues round. What does ‘Home’ mean to them from a personal perspective. ‘Home’ - a place where you long to go back to, longed to leave. Is it house, a yurt, a caravan or are you just a long way away from it. It is the one global thing we all share, no matter what our race, income or religion, we all want a place we can call ‘Home’. Hosting this brilliant night is The Geffrye. A good choice we think, as that is exactly what the museum sets out to do, explore the home from 1600 to now. You never know quite where you’re going with a PechaKucha night, which is all part of the format, so come and have a couple of drinks grab a chair and settle in. The brilliant LINE UP so far with 12 speakers on the night...Tweet us @indytute or @geffrye #PKHOME1. Peter York : “Peter is one of Britain’s pre-eminent social commentators, a prolific broadcaster and writer and co-authored ‘The Official Sloane Ranger’s Handbook’ in 1982.Tweet @peterpeteryork2. Kirsty Whyte : Award winning UK product designer. Product & Design Manager at HEAL'STweet @kirsty_whyte3. Will Rowe : Founder and CEO of Protein in Shoreditch. THE trend forecasters.Tweet @protein4. Charlotte Abrahams : Freelance writer, curator and editor specialising in design. Charlotte is launching a book in October on the ever so cosy Danish 'Hygge' philosophy.Tweet @styleinsider5. Anna Murray : The cult pattern pioneer, photographer and art director. Founder of Patternity, the world's leading specialist organisation dedicated solely to pattern.Tweet @patternitweet6. Holly Clarke : Airbnb Holly has been working for Airbnb for 2 and a half years, long enough to remember the logo being blue bubble writing. She's held many different roles and is currently heading up social media for EMEA.Tweet @airbnb @hollyclarke7. Sarah Thompson : Take a look at inspirational interiors in ex-council homes. Sarah is a freelance journalist and copywriter, a blogger and author. @youresomummy8. David Dewing : The Geffrye Museum. Director. Founded as a furniture museum in 1914, David has kept the Geffrye Museum's unique qualities while doubling its size and visitor numbers to over 100,000 a year, making it a beautiful, memorable and must-visit museum.Tweet @geffrye9. Future Cities Catapult : Solving problems that cities face by developing and testing new products and innovative services.10. Reza Merchant : The Collective, creating better places for young people to live, work and play.Tweet @collective_llp11. James Fruzer : Parasitic Architecture. James has been awarded several International Architectural awards. Most recently winning first place in an international design competition for his ‘homes for the homeless’ design. His work has been featured from AD Magazine to The Architects Journal.12. Andy Geezer : Myrealwall.com13. Dominick Veasey : Associate Director, Nexus Planning. Dominick has extensive experience in preparing and analysing demographic and socio-economic population and household projections, particularly in relation to determining objectively assessed housing need. Secure your £8 ticket here - https://indytute.com/venues/PechaKucha-at-The-Geffrye-16.html Note the £8 is put towards covering the cost of the evening and the Pecha Kucha Global Fund. Feel good about contributing to the Global Fund and valuing what PechaKucha Nights bring to London! It's what ensures we can keep this website and giant network going to host and keep the spotlight on London's creativity. And at the pace we're growing, the Global Fund is the only way we can continue together so please keep contributing. A very big PK thank you to London for your commitment on this!
We are SOLD OUT! Vol 10 Pecha Kucha Night 'HOME'
In just a few days we will be heading along to the Geffrye Museum on Kingsland Road in Shoredtich for a wonderful evening of inspiring talks and we have now reached full capacity. The wonderful venue, the Geffrye Museum will be buzzing with 200 plus people! As a reminder about what is happening on 12 May at the Geffrye Museum - This time around we have the theme "Home". It will totally up to the presenters interpretations of what they talk about - what "Home" means to them. With housing numbers and social housing a key concern for England's future; what the term "Home" really means is most definitely a personal perspective. Everyone has a different idea and varying experience of "Home", depending on where it is, who owns it, and what they do in it. Also, we think Home is topical subject for the month of May, given the mayoral election will have just taken place on 5 May 2016. ‘Home’ - a place where you long to go back to, longed to leave. Is it house, a yurt, a caravan or are you just a long way away from it. It is the one global thing we all share, no matter what our race, income or religion, we all want a place we can call ‘Home’. Further the venue of the Geffrye Museum - the Museum of the Home, which explores the home from 1600 to the present day has also influenced the choice of this theme. We can't wait to see you there! Claire and Brogan Pecha Kucha London