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I didn't teach in the DPRK. It taught me.
BY WILL GOURLEY
@ VOL 10
ON JAN 22, 2016
Former entrepreneur and radio newsman, now teacher, Will Gourley blogs about Modern Learning and classroom life. His presentation shares his experiences, images and stories from the classroom, DMZ and everywhere in between from his trip to the DPRK.
BY STEFAN GERMANOV
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 26, 2016
Разказ за пътя на музикант, правил различни неща през различни етапи в живота си.
Разказ за това, че не можеш и не бива да бягаш от себе си.
Презентацията проследява отклоненията от пътя на музиканта и трудните опити за завръщането му към музиката.
Етапите са на мечтаещо да свири момче и младеж, участие в аматьорски групи, участие в професионални групи, отказ от музиката и постъпване в митническата администрация, напускане на митническата администрация, стартиране на музикален бизнес и най-накрая - първо завръщане в свиренето и творчеството.
Чрез презентацията си музиканта опитва да отправи послание на аудиторията чрез своя личен опит и история, че човек не бива да се отклонява от пътя си, независимо колко е трудно това. Че без мечтата си не си цялостен и ще търсиш и губиш време в занимания, които доставят само временна радост или просто са начин за препитание.
The Fight for Democracy
BY BRETT WACHSMITH
@ VOL 8
ON JAN 20, 2017
Deployed to Iraq to defend “Liberty and Freedom” in 2004, Brett Wachsmith feels privileged to have been a part of the efforts, perfect or not. Brett puts democracy into prospective by comparing the current struggle in America to those worldwide. Today he serves as the Kittitas County Treasurer, embracing diversity and with a call for unity form both sides of the aisle to preserve our liberties for years to come.
#FreeInterrail: Saving Europe by travelling
BY VINCENT-IMMANUEL HERR
@ VOL 32
ON FEB 06, 2017
Imagine yourself turning 18 and finding a personalised letter from the European Union in your mailbox. In it: a voucher to travel Europe. Your life will change! Europe is facing many problems - a lot of them have to do with people not knowing or understanding each other.
Imagine what a Europe we could build together, if all future generations were enabled to explore and experience European cultural diversity and beauty first-hand. #FreeInterrail advocates for just that.
In this presentation Vincent-Immanuel Herr invites us to join the movement and make sure that all EU youth are empowered to become Europeans out of experience.
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.
Architecture + Education
BY BETH TAUKE
@ VOL 18
ON SEP 24, 2016
"These kids have big ideas and only through making do those ideas come alive."
In Architecture + Education from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 18, Associate Professor at the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, Beth Tauke, joined by graduate student Randy Fernando, we learn about the Architecture + Education program. This initiative of the Buffalo Architecture Foundation and the University at Buffalo earned the 2013 AIA Diversity Recognition Program award for introducing thousands of grade-schoolers to architecture over the past 13 years. Faculty and students work with practitioners in the Buffalo Public School system to introduce students to the idea of architecture, concepts in the practice, and career possibilities. The program's motto, adapted from Dr. Seuss, is true to its mission: "Think LEFT & think RIGHT & think LOW & think HIGH. Oh, the things you can come up with if only you try!"
BY BRIT CHAREK
@ VOL 10
ON FEB 09, 2018
Brittany Noble Charek discusses her experience with postpartum anxiety and the need for earnest and transparent conversations around mental health in society. She discusses balancing work, life, and all of her feelings. Brittany also shares about the amazing tribe of women who dealt with similar issues that came out of the woodwork when she begin talking openly, and how that led to a new project, Bechdel Fest, to celebrate and promote representation in film to influence a new generation to be tolerant and kind by celebrating stories of diversity.
Diversity & Literacy: The importance of drag performers reading to children
BY KALEB ROBERTSON
@ VOL 19
ON JUN 08, 2018
While you may have already heard about drag queen story times, it's important to hear about the impact it has had on families. Fay & Fluffy’s Storytime is an event that focuses around literacy and diversity that celebrates the differences. Listen to Fluffy’s talk to find out what impact it’s been made to the community.
Books as Acts of Overcoming
BY KAREN LONG
@ VOL 29
ON AUG 19, 2016
Karen Long was the book editor of The Plain Dealer. Now she manages the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards – the only juried prize for the best books each year that confront racism and celebrate diversity. Karen works at the Cleveland Foundation and is a literary critic. In this presentation, she make the case that books themselves can be acts of overcoming.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Gothenburg Celebrates Diversity
The following is a guest post from PechaKucha Night in Gothenburg organizer Jesper Larsson -- you can read a more detailed version of the message in Swedish here.PechaKucha Gothenburg – celebrating diversity since 2006 The image of Sweden — famous for our middle-ground politics, generous immigration policies and reputation for tolerance — basically changed over night on September 19th when the far-right and anti-immigrantSweden Democrats were voted into Sweden's parliament and the neo-nazi Party of the Swedes got a seat in Grästorp Municipality council, making them the first national socialist party to get any mandate in a Swedish political assembly since the 1940s. Welcome to the suburb In Gothenburg we had planned to temporarily move one of our events to the suburbs prior to the election, but now it undeniably feels more important than ever. So in an attempt to break out of our inner-city bubble we are moving our next PechaKucha event to the Gothenburg suburb of Angered. Our hope is to counteract segregation and create a win-win situation by inspiring to new meetings and collaborations. Another form of bubble If it's anything we should have learned from the latest financial bubble, it's that nobody is unaffected by a crises in our globalized world – that everyone is interconnected and that isolation is no sustainable solution. Despite this we see a growing segregation in most societies all over the world. Let's do what we can to change this trend, and instead celebrate diversity.
What Is PechaKucha to You?
As part of Bucharest's PechaKucha Night Vol. 7 (see photos here), organizers handed out a simple questionnaire to attendees, to get some feedback on the event and format. Here are some of the key words and thoughts that came out of it: The presentation itself with images, the joy and curiosity of people around me, everything by now, the freedom of expression, the creativity, the social network, the innovative concept and diversity of subjects, interesting presenters and beautiful ideas, atmosphere and place, concision, the idea, presenters' and participants’ spirit and attitude, the format and the moderator, the original subjects, the fact that no one can monopolize the microphone, originality, freedom, the different way of interaction between people, free style, short presentation and super atmosphere, diversity, the format, you cannot get bored by presentations, informal atmosphere and presentations, the golden rule: 20x20.
The Secret Lives of Cones
You thought they were just inanimate objects to be avoided, but now you'll never think of them the same way. In today's Presentation of the Day, "The Secret Lives of Cones" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 66, Joachim Müller-Lancé gives us a behind-the-curtain view into the colorful and obstructive lives of the common traffic cone (and their relatives). He speaks of cone racial diversity, their occasional devious social activities, and their prevalent, awful mistreatment by human beings.
Distinction Through Typology
Christian Webb has some unique photographic methods. In "Distinction Through Typology" from PKN Bedford, Vol. 1, Christian explains that he takes pictures of similar things and arranges them in a grid-like formation. It's the perfect mix of chao's and structure, and his work produces striking results that lead to questions about typology, diversity, and change.
Design Diversity - Powered by PechaKucha
We hope that you were able to make it out to PechaKucha Night Cleveland - Volume 21, which took place last Friday evening at the citadel of free speech, The City Club of Cleveland. It was a yet another truly magical evening here in Cleveland listening to amazing, creative and inspiring stories. As many have noticed, space was fairly limited at about 450 people, and we needed to distribute tickets via our Facebook page(still FREE:) to make sure we did not take the venue beyond their capacity. If you were not able to make it out, have no fear, we video taped the entire evening and are planning on posting those presentations as soon as we can process them. A special thanks goes out to Dan Moulthrop, Carrie Miller and everyone at The City Club of Cleveland for making that such an amazing partnership and evening. We are looking forward to partnering with them on many events in the future. Also, if you did not have a chance to make it out, or you did and just can't get enough inspiration, you have another opportunity TONIGHT to be inspired. The event titled "DesignDiversity - Powered by PechaKucha" takes place at Take 5 in downtown Cleveland. The event doors open with a Happy Hour from 7-8pm and the presentations will start at 8pm. The presenter list is pretty amazing and features 5 African American creative professions and will be emcee'd by Jennifer Coleman. Presenters include: Terran Washington Designer, Little Jacket Michele Crawford Intern Architect, Robert P. Madison International Jason Russell City Planner, City of Lakewood Diane Davis-Sikora Associate Professor, Kent State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design Arlene Watson Principal and Creative Director, Möbius Grey LLC Event Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/410030872466336/ We hope you can make it out to the first "Powered by PechaKucha" event in downtown Cleveland. We are going to be working hard throughout 2014 to not only bring you GREAT PechaKucha Night events, but we are going to be aggressively working with various organizations to fill the calendar with Powered by PechaKucha opportunities in between. What is "Powered by PechaKucha" you ask? Powered X PKN events are one-off events that are separate from regular city-based PechaKucha Nights, but still utilize the 20 images x 20 seconds format. The events will be completely organized by other organizations and oftentimes have very different focuses, but PKNCLE is going to do what it can to support each event it can to help everyone tell their creative stories. If you are interested in hosting a "Powered by PechaKucha" event, please email us at email@example.com and we will definitely reach out to talk about the process. Cheers to an amazing, inspiring and creativity filled 2014! -PKN Cleveland Creative Team Michael Christoff Raseem Parker Aseem Garg Emily Bacha Trent Boerner Heather Lenz David Purpera
Journey, Cultural Diversity, and Dreams
Go out there. Search for your colors. Put as many on your palette as you can, mix them, and make them your own. Kairini Guay is a native of Western Sumatra who has lived in Bangor, Maine for ten years. Currently, Khairini is studying computer information systems and earning her MBA at Husson University. In "Journey, Cultural Diversity, and Dreams" from PKN Bangor, ME Vol. 12, she presents about the colors of her life and her journey through a multicultural world. She speaks about her home in Sumatra, it's matrilinear culture, and tells us some historical myths.
Brussels in September is Design
In a month will take place the 46th Volume of PechaKucha Night Brussels. At Recyclart, in connection with Design September. Hundred of activities will be design-centric in September in Brussels. And PechaKucha is one not to be missed. In its diversity, in its hybridity. See you at 20:00 sharp, as the evening begins at 20:20 !
PechaKucha Creativity Harvest
Waterville Maine's Craft Weekend and Harvest Festival included not only traditional autumn activities such as hayrides, scarecrow making, and pumpkin carving, but also an amazing PKN at the Waterville Opera House, geared to children and families, celebrating of the city’s cultural diversity!
“To understand nature, naturalists found out early that it made sense to put things into systems.” In Primitiva from PechaKucha Night Stockholm’s 55th Volume, speaker Katrín Ólína discusses her new project Primitiva. She embarked on a journey to find herself, but instead found something that belongs to everyone. By creating a language of shape, Katrín discovers a diversity of human conditions.
City Focus: Taipei
Taking the spotlight in this week's City Focus is Taiwan's vivacious capital city, Taipei. Characterized by its diversity and charming hospitality, Taipei has cultivated an excellent environment for the growth of bountiful creativity and knowledge in Taiwan. With PechaKucha Night Taipei Vol. 35 coming up soon, let's wish them the very best and hope to see more amazing presentations from Taipei in the near future! Hip-hip-hurray for Taipei!