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Message in a Bottle

BY GEORGE BOORUJY
@ VOL 8 ON MAR 04, 2016

George Boorujy was born and bred in New Providence New Jersey, and now lives in Brooklyn, along with almost everyone else. He is represented by P.P.O.W. gallery in New York, and teaches at the School of Visual Arts. 

Check out George's project, New York Pelagic, here!

Read about the bottle that washed up on a beach in France here!

 

SITEWIDE Search Results: “habitat”

PAST VOL 1

Kelowna @ The Habitat
Apr 09, 2011

PAST VOL 8

Bangalore @ Jaaga
May 21, 2011

PAST VOL 11

Valencia @ Sporting Club Russafa
Sep 23, 2011

PAST VOL 18

Dayton @ Habitat for Humanity Dayton
Feb 27, 2014

PAST PechaKucha Event

Powered by PechaKucha @ Zsofi Tapas Bar
Feb 26, 2014

PAST VOL 20

Bozeman @ The Ellen Theatre
Sep 14, 2016

PAST VOL 3

Venice @ Isola della Certosa
May 21, 2017

PAST VOL 15

Bryan @ Grand Stafford Theater
Jun 05, 2018

PAST VOL 4

Penang @ Penang State Museum
May 14, 2018

PAST VOL 110

Providence @ Borealis Coffee Roasters
Jun 27, 2018

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Quantifying Self

BY RAMI ALHAMAD
@ VOL 27 ON NOV 05, 2013

Rami Alhamad, CEO and co-founder of PUSH in Toronto, explains the "quantify self" movement in relation to the revolution of wearable technology to show how individuals are revoluitionizing how they track their daily habits. He disscusses the challenges of privacy and accuracy, and exposes the healthcare system as antiquated and in need of improvement. 

"Presentation of the Day" on April 24, 2014. 

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You and Your Bad Habits: Why it's not all Your Fault

BY KELLEY AMADEI
@ VOL 7 ON AUG 28, 2014

Kelley Amadei (SparkShift) has lots of bad habits. Habit is a word we toss around, but habits, as she says, are very personal. Here Kelley speaks about the research she has done to understand why our brains are constantly seeking the satisfaction of bad habits.

"Presentation of the Day" on September 11, 2014.

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Tune into change

BY AGNIESZKA BORZECKA
@ VOL 29 ON FEB 29, 2016

Do you still remember your new year's resolution? Are you still working on accomplishing it?

Agnieszka Borzecka is a teacher, a coach and an aspiring author. She shares her tips and tricks about how you can continuously develop yourself, even when you fear that your motivation is gone.

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Doodles Rockets & Dreams

BY DARRIN CADDES
@ VOL 9 ON MAR 24, 2016

Darrin Caddes (@unclewillard) is a father and vice president of corporate design for Plantronics, so his days were already pretty full when he decided at the start of 2013 to take on a personal creative challenge - to create a drawing every day for a year.

His sketches are funny, sad, inventive, and great and three years in (and still going strong!) his "Daily Doodle" project illustrates the power of a regular creative habit.

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FUN RUN

BY TRISTAN MEECHAM
@ VOL 9 ON SEP 02, 2015

Artist Tristan Meechan have created performance named FUN RUN. He tells more about it and his running habits etc.

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Art of the Pencils

BY CAROLINE WEAVER
@ VOL 16 ON SEP 01, 2016

“Pencil is a small thing that can make a big difference in the lives of people who use them.”

In "Art of the Pencil" from PechaKucha Night New York Vol.16 , Caroline Weaver, amateur pencil collector but lifelong pencil lover, founded CW Pencil Enterprise in November 2014. With her pencil experts, Caroline digs up the stories and origins of these objects and make them accessible to those who appreciate them for their functionality, beauty and history. As simple as it may be, the pencil is something which despite advances in technology will never become obsolete.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016.

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Drugs & Discipline: How Artists Get it Done

BY AMY ARSENIO
@ VOL 14 ON FEB 24, 2017

Amy Arsenio has a BA in Creative Writing and an MA in Information Studies. She has worked as a bookstore clerk, librarian (in five library systems!), and private investigator and is the mother of two little boys and lives in Toronto. Here she brings to us the strange and unusual habits which great artists used to drive their work.

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Hiking up Table Mountain every day in 2018

BY ANDREW PATTERSON
@ VOL 48 ON MAY 08, 2018

In the face of so much negativity in the news, Andrew has sought to create a positive story to raise money and awareness for organisations doing amazing work in the country (like Habitat for Humanity). By hiking up Table Mountain EVERY DAY during 2018, he wants to show South Africans that together we can do incredible things.

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Interior MARSitect

BY JORDAN-ALICE FYFE
@ VOL 22 ON JUL 26, 2018

Jennifer Lane, Interior MARSitect

Designing Habitats for Mars

(No Audio) Apologies from Pecha Kucha Perth Team

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PangeaSeed

We close off the week with a misunderstood friend from the sea. At last week's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 73, PangeaSeed's Aaron Glasson, Tre Packard, and Mayumi Takeda showed us just how important it is to preserve and protect sharks and their habitat.

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Watch Your Energy Usage, Take Up Politics, and Enjoy Some Green Urban Environments

Presentations Small changes in our lifestyle can have a rather large impact on energy consumption. In "Human Habitat: The Evolution of Efficiency" (from PKN Bozeman Vol. 2), Chris Dorsi goes through the KWH usage of various countries, to illustrate our energy-heavy habits and raise awareness. How important are politics to you? In "All Colors Together" (in Portuguese, from PKN Curitiba Vol. 1), Renan Molin hopes to show everyone how important it is to participate in the world of politics, and uses the Obama campaign as a point of reference. Terapia Urbana is a technology-based company in Seville that uses nature to solve energy problems caused by buildings in cities where greenery is far from abundant. "More Green in the City" (in Spanish, from PKN Seville Vol. 12) includes a few of their projects, and you'll be introduced to a few vertical gardens -- for both the outside and interior of buildings -- as well as other "green" innovations. Posters Quite a few additions to our Tumblr blog today, including posters/flyers for PKN Williamsburg Vol. 1, PKN Ornskoldsvik Vol. 1, PKN Ekaterinburg Vol. 3 (above), and PKN Vancouver Vol. 22.  Photos Here are today's photo galleries, as well as a fun teaser video for PKN Barcelona Vol. 16, which took place this past Friday. The photo above is from the PKN Vienna gallery. PKN Dnipropetrovsk Vol. 1 [Flickr] PKN Dunsborough Vol. 3 [Flickr] A collection of photos from PKN Vienna [Flickr] PKN Sofia Vol. 9 [Flickr] PKN Maastricht Vol. 14 [Flickr]  httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7CEDSw2yGY We also have this fantastic report from PKN Philadelphia organizer Bradley Peniston -- yes, it's a bit old, it had gotten lost somehow and just recovered -- about his experience in introducing PKN to nearby Scranton. Last Saturday, January 28, PechaKucha Night Philadelphia took its show on the road, driving two hours north to mount the first PechaKucha Night in the city of Scranton. I thought the event went well for a city's first show: we had eight presenters who spoke to a standing-room-only house of 60 or so. Here's the story: A few months ago, as I was planning a weekend getaway with my brother, a thought occurred: why not plant a PechaKucha seed in a new city? I had already settled on a destination: Scranton, Pennsylvania, once a powerhouse industrial city, now home to a more diversified economy that includes several colleges and design shops. Sitting atop vast deposits of coal and iron ore, the city was the first in the United States to produce iron railroad rails, and the first to build electrically powered trolleys -- lending it the nickname the Electric City. Today, Scranton remains the sixth-largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. The next step was to seek help on the ground. I googled "Scranton and PechaKucha," and made contact with a librarian at the University of Scranton who had once delivered a 20x20 talk at a conference. She wasn't available to speak, but she helped me find a venue (the Vintage Theater and Cafe) and a co-organizer, Mandy Boyle, who works at one of Scranton's web design firms. Together, we rounded up a slate of eight speakers. In early January, we reached out to local media, and hit the jackpot. The Weekender, the leading local arts & entertainment weekly newspaper, put the upcoming PechaKucha Night on its cover. The piece, "What would you say in six minutes and 40 seconds?" came out on Wednesday, January 25. The following day, Scranton's daily newspaper, the Times-Tribune, ran a similar story: "High-speed PowerPoint presentations engage at Vintage Theater's PechaKucha Night." Armed with as much publicity as we could have hoped for, we opened the doors at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 28. People started streaming in, and by showtime, we had about 60 packed into the cafe. This was the lineup: “Life Lessons from the Gateway Cinema” by Mandy Boyle, SEO team lead at Solid Cactus “How to Slow Down Time” by “Welcome To Scranton” author Greg Halpin "#ScrantonMovieNames” by Michelle Davies, an NEPAblogs.org co-contributor “Stained Glass & the Passing of an Old World Art” by NEPAblogs.org founder Harold Jenkins “Restoring the Slope” by Leadership Lackawanna Class of 2012 member Gerard M. Hetman “Library Crimes & Misdemeanors” by newspaper librarian Brian Fulton “In Pursuit of the Light” by professional photographer Brent Pennington “Preparing America to Compete in the 21st-Century Global Economy” by technology trainer Michael J. Murphy The show itself went off well. I was quite proud of the presenters, all of whom did a fine job -- especially given that none of them had even ever seen a PechaKucha presentation before. Everyone at the cafe seemed to have a good time, and there were plenty of people afterward who asked about presenting at a future PKN. The day after the show, the Times-Tribune ran yet another story: "Scranton takes on global phenomenon with slideshow event." Links A few interesting posts and event reports from around the web. "Cultural Chit-Chat: Armenian and Turkish artists share ideas at joint Pecha Kucha in Istanbul" [Armenia Now] "Armenians, Turks hold Pecha Kucha Night in Istanbul (PHOTOS)" [News AM] "PechaKucha VI: 'Ladies, Pick Your Bull Carefully'” [Rivard Report] "PechaKucha: Speed Dating for Presenters" [The Better Presenter] Calendar After last week's very packed calendar, we're starting out slow this week, with PKN Calgary Vol. 12 tonight (May 28) and PKN Saint-Etienne Vol. 9 tomorrow night. 

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Creating a Sustainable Farm

Juicy mushrooms, honey-filled bee hives, and golden eggs. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Creating a Sustainable Farm" from PKN Fairfield Vol. 1, agriculturalist Faith Reeves goes into depth on the techniques and practices necessary to run a successful, fruitful farm. Faith has taken what was once conventionally-farmed land and transformed it into a vivacious habitat for animal and plant life. Among her passions are interrupting waste streams, creating places for wildlife to thrive, and of course encouraging the diverse production of food for the Sky Factory Farm staff.

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Virtual vs. Habitable Space

Do your virtual interactions weigh down on you?  Viviana De Loera challenges architects, builders, and designers to compare the virtual “templates” designed by for-profit companies like Google and Facebook to the frenzied condo living, boxed dwellings, and office spaces we exist in every day. In "Virtual vs. Habitable Space" from PKN Toronto Vol. 26, Viviana asks, "What are we teaching the 'template generation' in both their virtual and habitable spaces?"

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You and Your Bad Habits: Why it's Not All Your Fault

We are what we repeatedly do. And what we repeatedly do has a tremendous impact on the people around us. Kelley Amadei has lots of bad habits. Habit is a word we toss around, but habits, as she says, are very personal. In “You and Your Bad Habits: Why it’s Not All Your Fault” from PKN Garrison Vol. 7, Kelley speaks about the research she has done to understand why our brains are constantly seeking the satisfaction of bad habits.

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A very special PechaKucha Night with the founder

Good morning PechaKucha London, This Thursday, 16th of June, we are hosting our third London PechaKucha at Protein Studios in Shoreditch, with special guest Mark Dytham from Japan. Mark is an acclaimed architect and the global founder of PechaKucha and is in town showing at the Royal Academy of Arts. Also supporting this special edition we have an amazing line-up of the following speakers. We are happy to extend to our subscribers a discount code of PKN50, which will give you 50% off the £8 ticket price (£4) - please feel free to share this among your friends and colleagues. The link to the event, including tickets - http://bit.ly/1Udqdae Speakers: Thibaud Herem: an illustrator who specialises in creating architectural drawings with an incredible level of hand drawn detail. Ronald Jones: an artist, critic and educator who gained prominence in New York City during the mid-1980s.  James Poulter: social media leader at the LEGO Foundation. Ksenia Zizina: a designer with a passion for all things creative. Sarah Thompson: freelance journalist, blogger and author. She writes for newspapers and magazines on themes including relationships, health and parenting. Jonathan Gales: creative director and co-founder of Factory Fifteen. Jonathan’s work focuses on design and visual storytelling using film, animation and visual effects. Marcus Bastel: a London based photographer originally from Germany, who loves to tell stories through pictures. Harry Knight: Community Host at WikiHouse. WikiHouse is reinventing the housing industry by digitising the whole supply chain with the help of a global community. Karen McPherson, Member of the Legislature - Alberta, Canada. As part of her commitment to contributing to the community Ms. McPherson has served as Secretary for Old Colony Habitat for Humanity.