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PAST VOL 11

Honolulu @ Honolulu Museum of Art School
Nov 11, 2010

PAST VOL 2

Moncton @ Centre Culturel Aberdeen
Sep 16, 2011

PAST VOL 3

Moncton @ Centre Culturel Aberdeen
Dec 01, 2011

PAST VOL 4

Barnsley @ Old No. 7
Mar 01, 2012

PAST VOL 4

Moncton @ Centre Culturel Aberdeen
Feb 23, 2012

PAST VOL 9

Moncton @ Centre Culturel Aberdeen
Feb 22, 2013

PAST VOL 4

Yakima @ Russillos Pizza
Mar 20, 2014

PAST VOL 18

Chattanooga @ getBUILT
Sep 12, 2014

PAST VOL 7

Oklahoma City @ Plenty Mercantile
May 17, 2017

PAST VOL 4

Kalispell @ Highline Design Company
Apr 05, 2018

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Hey, Hold My Beer...I'm Going to Try Science!

BY JAMES SMAGALA
@ VOL 10 ON AUG 28, 2014

The rise of modern civilization and all advances in the biological and medical sciences are linked...to beer! The rise of agrarian society, the understanding of water chemistry, and the search for food preservation techniques for shipping will culminate in the first genomic sequence of eukaryotic cells, models for cancer and heart disease and a myriad of delicious malted beverages.

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From Barrel to Bottle

BY WILL DRUCKER
@ VOL 17 ON MAR 09, 2017

Will Drucker is a sustainability practitioner and whiskey lover. At PechaKucha Night NYC, Will takes us through the history and process of whiskey making - from the tree to the bottle!

Will is devoted to building businesses that support the circular economy. Will hails from the cities and farms of the Midwest. College took him to Vermont where he studied neuroscience and deepened his love for the natural world. Will can't resist music, birds, biking, good food and adventure.

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PKE in Leeds

There's a special PechaKucha event set to happen in Leeds on July 18, although it will still part of the city's regular PechaKucha Night series (Vol. 11) -- you'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. Below, more details from PKN Leeds organizer Stuart Hide.PKN Leeds has come together with Interior Educators (IE) to hold an independent Pechakucha event their third annual IE Free Range graduate show entitled ‘Re-Imagine’ to be held at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick lane, London on Monday 18th July. The IE Free range Re-Imagine show is the largest exhibition to view the best work from 2011 graduates from leading undergraduate courses in Interior Architecture and Interior Design within the UK. This year will see over 300 graduates exhibiting at the show. In celebration of the students achievements, IE are putting on a number of special events over the course of the show. The launch of the show on Thursday 14th July (6-10pm) will no doubt be a momentous occasion with the initial opportunity to view the show accompanied with beverages and music. Friday 15th (10am-5pm) will see the celebrations continue with a specialist publishers day, where a number of publishers will be providing book presentations, launches as well as stalls around the subject area of ‘Interiors’. Over the Saturday, Sunday and the Monday the exhibition will continue for all to enjoy. On the evening of Monday 18th July (7-10pm) acting as a book end to the show and as the crescendo to the whole event, PKN Leeds in association with IE have organised a specialist PechaKucha Night around the theme of ‘Re-Imagined Spaces’. This is billed as the largest interiors based PechaKucha held this year. With some of the leading UK practioners, academics and thinkers the discipline has to offer. The event is free to all so please join us for an evening of thinking and drinking within a re-imagined space!

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The Retrash Collective, Washing Your Thoughts, and the IntervenE Exhibition

Presentations Nathan Devine is a graphic designer, and in his presentation (from PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 1) he talks about "Retrash," an international collective that is rethinking waste. According to Nathan, by being passionate about turning waste into something useful, we can reduce landfills. Metto il pensiero in lavatrice (Put Your Thoughts in the Washing Machine) is Valentina Di Fatta's second book, and in it she gives advice on how to wash away "dirty thoughts" and how to chose the best "washing program," depending on the season. Her presentation (in Italian) is from PKN Pisa Vol. 1. Posters There are two new posters on the Tumblr blog today, one for PKN Vladimir Vol. 6 (pictured above) and one for PKN Geneva Vol. 7, both happening tommorrow night. Event info St. Albert will soon be hosting its very first PKN, and here's a piece from the St. Albert Leader on what to expect from the launch. Also, PKN Leeds organizer Stuart Hide is producing a one-off PK event in London as part of the "IntervenE" exhibition on July 16, and he sends us the following details on the event (and that's the poster for the event that you see above).PKN Leeds has come together once again with Interior Educators (IE) to hold an independent Pechakucha event at their forth annual IE Free Range graduate show entitled ‘IntervenE’ to be held at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick lane, London on Monday 16th July. The IE Free range IntervenE show is the largest national exhibition to view the best work from 2011 graduates from leading undergraduate courses in Interior Architecture and Interior Design within the UK. This year will see over 450 graduates exhibiting at the show from across 28 institutes. In celebration of the students achievements, IE are putting on a number of special events over the course of the show. The launch of the show on Thursday 14th July (6-10pm) will no doubt be a momentous occasion with the initial opportunity to view the show accompanied with beverages and music. Friday 13th (10am-4pm) will see the celebrations continue with a specialist school and college day, where a numerous graduates will be will be at hand to discuss their work and courses they have been studying on. Over the Saturday, Sunday and the Monday the exhibition will continue for all to enjoy. On Monday afternoon, 16th July will see a number of high profile judges reviewing all the work of the graduates in readiness for the prize giving in the evening at the PechaKucha event. On the evening, kicking off at 7pm and acting as a book end to the show and a crescendo to the whole event, PKN Leeds in association with IE have organised a specialist PechaKucha Night around the theme of ‘IntervenE’. This is billed as the largest interiors based pechakucha held this year. With some of the leading UK practioners, academics and thinkers the discipline has to offer. The event is free to all so please join us for an evening of thinking and drinking!Calendar Today, here at the Tokyo mothership, we prepare for our Vol. 93, and you can also look forward to the following two events: PKN Kingston Vol. 3 and PKN Providence Vol. 39. Tomorrow, it's another big Thursday of events with a lot of 7s: PKN Mallorca Vol. 1, PKN Bordeaux Vol. 7, PKN Genève Vol. 7, PKN London Vol. 7, and PKN Vladimir Vol. 6.

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An Initiation to PKN Nishinomiya

Pecha Kucha CUBE Campus – Nishinomiya Submitted by Arthur Huber April, 2015   As a first-timer, I was curious to see what this was all about – this PechaKucha – and the various types of presentations on display during a brisk, moonlit evening in Nishinomiya.  Indeed, it was easy to become comfortable almost immediately, given the relaxed atmosphere and so many pleasant people, delicious foods, and ample beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic).  While a sizable crowd did eventually come, there was never a feeling of crowdedness or limited space.  Overall, I found CUBE to be a wonderful venue in which to hold such an event.   As I had hoped, a variety of topics throughout kept the night interesting, including an overview of a Philippines Study Tour, a local artist’s evolving process, the works of Kobayashi Kiyochika, educational projects in Africa, and the joys of starting a community garden.  Each presentation was thoughtful, purposeful, and connected to the audience.  Afterwards, I felt an impulse to do more, whether it was helping those in need in Africa and the Philippines, examining my own artistic journey, or even starting a home garden.  Certainly, there were plenty of moments where lucidity led to inspiration.   My only qualm of the night was break time – a little too lengthy at 30 minutes, which seemed to disrupt the flow of the presentations.  Perhaps a change to the break length, or additional activities (e.g., trivia) would balance the event more evenly.  Or, maybe – as some might contend, I simply missed an opportunity to chat and mingle with more people.   At the end of the night, PechaKucha was a success, as evident by the many people that had shared ideas, cultures, and motivations.  It proved a place to take part in something greater than yourself, but also to relax, to ponder and pontificate, to indulge in a dose of spirit too – human or otherwise.  Pecha Kucha CUBE Campus – Nishinomiya