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NEW YORK PRESENTATIONS
Flowers and Nuclear Warfare
BY ERIC LOPRESTI
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
“I Think about the relationship to perception…..seeing is believing.”
In "Flowers and Nuclear Warfare" from PechaKucha Night New York Vol.16, Eric LoPresti makes artwork that examines the imposition of technology upon the environment and the aftermath of the Cold War. His dramatic landscapes juxtapose abstract elements with representations of the vast deserts of the American west, exploring relationships between science, identity, history and conflict. Following in the painterly tradition of the apocalyptic sublime, LoPresti’s artistic practice explores how our lives are shaped by trauma and beauty.
Death by Architecture
BY ANANTH SAMPATHKUMAR
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Architect Ananth Sampathkumar takes us through the world of architectural competitions - from historical examples of the Sydney Opera House and Pompidou Center to a cultural center in Sri Lanka.
Ananth studied at the Illinois Institute of Technology and the School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi, India before moving to New York. Here he co-founded NDNY Architecture and Design, completing projects in Srilanka, India, and the USA.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “civil war”
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Tech Valley Center of Gravity
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Visual Documenter of War
BY SEAN O'GRADY
@ VOL 17
ON MAY 13, 2015
Videographer and photographer, Sean O’ Grady, is a visual documenter of the war of man vs. nature. As a documenter Sean shares that he is able to be an observer and not an active participant of this futile war that man has with nature. He explains that he doesn’t have the answers for the war, but only the evidence of its existence. Being lost prior to coming to New Orleans he is in search of finding the 6th sense of balance.
Juliette H. Morgan: A Librarian Civil Rights Hero
BY JONATHAN JEFFREY
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 20, 2015
Jonathan Jeffrey is the Manuscripts and Folklife Archives Coordinator and Department Head for Library Special Collections at Western Kentucky University. Here he shares with us the story of Juliette H. Morgan, a librarian who contributed to the Civil Rights Movement.
John Sunday and the Significance of his House
BY CHRISTOPHER SATTERWHITE
@ VOL 6
ON MAY 14, 2016
The City of Pensacola has a tremendous opportunity to preserve a monumental piece of its past, and tell a side of our history that has as of yet been largely untold. Christopher Satterwhite presents a talk is about John Sunday, and the cultural significance and importnat effort to save his house. A historical Pensacola figure, a self made free man of color that decided to stay in the deep south and fight for his beliefs and his place in society.
Democracy, a most civil war
BY KARIM HAROUN
@ VOL 25
ON MAY 25, 2016
Karim Haroun is a filmmaker and producer based in Canada. For his talk, he is sharing his views on democracy in the Lebanese context, in relation to the municipal elections that are taking place during this time. What are the similarities and differences between democracy and war?
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Exhibition of PechaKucha posters from all over the world at HUSET Aalborg
PechaKucha poster exhibition in Husets Galleri december 2012 Frem til jul kunne man se udstilling med PechaKucha plakater som vi har fikpå mail fra hele verden, og det strømmede ind med plakatkunst i hundredevis :-) Vi valgte 70 A3 og 15 store vi har trykt og viste alle dem vi har fået på en skærm i galleriet. Vi fik også plakater fra PechaKucha Night Aleppo i Syrien. Cityorganizer Harout Ekmanian har i stedet kastet for alle sine kræfter ind i hjælpearbejdet med flygtninge i fra borgerkrigen i Syrien. Sammen med den kristne hjælpeorganisation JRS forsøger han at samle tæpper, mad, penge og anden nødhjælp. Vi har fået lov at trykke og sælge PechaKucha Aleppos plakater til 50 kr. stk., og salget går ubeskåret til hjælpearbejdet via JRS. Kom ind og støt - læs mere om JRS her:http://www.facebook.com/JesuitRefugeeService Untill christmas you could see an exhibition of PechaKucha posters received on mail from he whole world - and we've received hundreds :-) We chose 70 A3 and 15 big ones for print and we showed all of the posters we received on screen in the gallery. We also received posters from PechaKucha Aleppo in Syria. Cityorganizer Harout Ekmanian has cast all is efforts into helping refugees from the civil war. Together with the christian helporganisation JRS he tries to collect blankets, food, money and emergency aid. We have been allowed to print and sell their PechaKucha posters for 50 kr. each, and sales go entirely to emergency relief through the JRS. So come by or support through http://www.facebook.com/JesuitRefugeeService
Restoring Liberia's History
During and after the Liberian Civil War, countless photos were burned and with them bits of history were lost. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Restoring Liberia's History" from PKN Vancouver Vol. 28, Jeff Topham and his brother set out to retake old pictures of their childhood home of Liberia. Along the way, they ended up restoring the history of their old country, exposing a new generation to photos of a near unrecognizable Liberia, before rebels and war tore the country apart. Their project (Liberia '77) collected photographs of Liberia from expats and those who maintained photographic remants of the region, and eventually culminated in a gallery exhibition.
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.
Digitizing the Arts
Live train-location apps, war games that teach ethics, and haptic-touch devices that allow users to virtually touch delicate works of art. Director of Caper Katy Beale explains their role in connecting the art world with the digital world. In "Digitizing the Arts" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 114, Katy introduces some of the programs they have been developing to make the arts more accessible and fun for future generations.
Rap Mapping and the Everyday
“We touched on the Dirty South, civil rights, regionalism, and rawness.” Professor Liz Teston speaks about her design research project that focuses on regional rap music factions. In “Rap Mapping and the Everyday” from PKN Knoxville Vol. 12 she discusses the rap culture in the Dirty South and its connection to the built environment of this locale.
Musings of a Courtroom Sketch Watercolorist
"This is a drawing of the jury passing around the murder weapon between them. It was a poignant moment of the trial."In Musings of a Courtroom Sketch Watercolorist from Jackson, MS, Vol. 7, noted artist Carol Clark Hammond shares how timed studies in watercolor nudes, scenic landscapes, and not-so-still-lifes keep her talents honed as a courtroom sketch artist. Hammond must keep very practiced to maintain the pace of the courtroom and convey the atmosphere of the moment. Here she her drawings from the historic trial of Byron Beckwith for the murder of Megar Wiley Evers, a civil rights activist in Mississippi in the early 1960s, leafed by her private works that keep her skills sharp.
City Focus: Bowling Green
We're putting this week's "City Focus" on Kentucky's Bowling Green, who's digging into a 6th instalment of PKN focused on the American Civil Rights past, present, and future. Check out their presentation archive and keep your eyes and ears peeling for their upcoming presentations!
PechaKucha People: Ayman Amer
The PechaKucha People Spotlight lands on our organizer in Sana'a, Yemen, Ayman Amer who traversed two continents, endless red tape, and not to mention a war, to visit Tokyo last week for our 2nd annual Pow Wow. While sharing how focussed his team is at finding the hidden creativity and inspiring stories in his community, particularly those of women, he recieved a special message from Unicef confirming their special support of Sana'a's PKN series this year! Thank you Unicef and well done Ayman.
PechaKucha People: Elyas and Heba
The PechaKucha People spotlight shines on Elyas and Heba, PK Organizers in Aden who, after their visit to Tokyo in 2015, were never able to return home as war broke our in their native Yemen. Calling Amman in Jordon home for the past 2 years, they'll be starting a new PKN series there soon. Good Luck!
PechaKucha Night Santander Vol 6
Indulged by the sunny weather of Santander and cold beer. PechaKucha Night Santander Vol. 6 was more relaxing and enjoyable. 5 Rockstars gave inspiring talks about their passion, experience, stories with Games. Interactive session after the talks made it more memorable. Great thank you to the Rockstars for participation and for such amazing talks. Big thank you to IFCA for the collaboration, and Il Boccone to hosted us. Thank you so much to all of you who joined us at the event.More pictures are coming soon. See you at PechaKucha Night Santander Vol.7!