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Internet Yami Ichi!

BY CHRIS ROMERO
@ VOL 3 ON FEB 20, 2015

Chris Romero and Eri Takane are bringing the Internet Yamiichi from Japan here to Brooklyn! They take us on a historical journey of this internet black market, where you will find internet-based goods in real life! 

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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: “market value”

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Orlando @ The Orange Studio
Jun 15, 2012

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Delhi @ Adianta School for Leadership and Innovation
Aug 29, 2013

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Nottingham @ One BC Clothing
Nov 28, 2014

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Colombo @ Viharamahadevi Park Amphitheatre
Jul 19, 2015

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Delhi @ Adianta School for Leadership and Innovation
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Delhi @ Adianta School for Leadership and Innovation
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Austin @ KC Grey Home
Jun 07, 2017

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Bryan @ Grand Stafford Theater
Jun 06, 2017

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Austin @ The Native
Jun 21, 2018

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Jun 30, 2017

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Carver Market: Bicycle Delivery

BY JEFF DELP
IN ATLANTA

Jeff Delp, winner of the Atlanta Cycling Festivlal's first ever Create Grant, speaks about the Carver Market, transforming a food desert into a food oasis with a budding bike delivery service.

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Shanzhai City: Bringing Social Innovation to the Market

BY TAT LAM
@ VOL 24 ON AUG 04, 2015

Architect and urban planner Tat Lam introduces Shanzhai City, a social development incubator to empower grassroots communities in rural China. 

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The Value of Creativity

BY HANNAH BEASLEY
@ VOL 26 ON MAR 02, 2016

Hannah Beasley trys to pin down what is creativitivy, and what value it has- no easy task! Through her personal journey, and how she ended up in new Zealand, she shares her musings on the creaitvity aorund her, and also why she started the In The Loop creative network in Christchurch

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More Great Value!

BY BARGAIN STUDIO
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 27, 2016

Bargain Studio give a humerous, interesting talk on capitalism and products as weapons of this social structure. Their new gallery come  community space challenges such norms.

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Entrepreneurial Mindset: adds value or creates problems?

BY ARAKSIA MARTIROSSIAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Araksia Martirossian discusees the pros and cons and of entrepreneurial mindset applied to public governance.

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Value of Water: Perspectives from India

BY KENNY KHOO
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 25, 2017

Kenny Khoo presents about how in order to enable sustainable access to water in rural India, creating economic value in water is critical. 

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From Lunchables to Changed Lives - Learning How to Market United Way in the Face of Misperceptions

BY JOCELYN HARMON
@ VOL 21 ON FEB 16, 2017

Jocelyn Harmon will share her journey from Corporate Brand Management to mangaging the nonprofit brand of United Way. She hopes to clear up any misconceptions one may have about this wonderful local institution located in Dane County. 

 

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Gem City Market

BY AMAHA SELLASSIE
@ VOL 31 ON MAY 18, 2017

Amaha Sellassie discusses the dangers and cause of urban food deserts and the benefits of a co-op market for the community. He hopes for the co-op market to create local representation and power for the city's economy. 

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Third Sundays on Front Street Outdoor Market

BY DOT SCHNERING
@ VOL 31 ON MAY 18, 2017

Dot Schnering presents Third Sundays on Front Street Outdoor Market, a street market highlighting the creative and innovative side of Dayton. She also helps vendors make the leap from temporary to permanent business locations while rejuvenating the area. 

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Noreen Khan

In today's presentation, we follow a journey by Noreen Khan, as presented last year at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 51. Noreen's father, a Hazara, emigrated from Afganistan when he was a child, and in this great PechaKucha she travel east to find her inner Mongolia.

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Audrey Fondecave

Today's online presentation comes to us from Tokyo-based artist Audrey Fondecave. Audrey, a French artist living in Tokyo, gives a very personal view of her art installations, illustrations and her involvement with the independent magazine OK Fred, which she produces with her husband, Yoshi Tsujimura. You can see a new installation by Audrey at the "No Man's Land" exhibition, a group show that brings 70 artists together to commemorate the move of the French Embassy to new premises earlier this month. It kicks off today, and runs until January 31.

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Gerald Escalante

We kick off this week's presentation highlights with this one from Tokyo-based Canadian graphic designer Gerald Escalante, who shows us his work, including some beautiful photography.

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Keiko + Manabu

Today we let design duo Keiko + Manabu walk you through -- in English and Japanese -- some recent works, including a few interiors, as well as paper installations. The presentation, "Heart of Shapes," is from PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 57.

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Thong Van

In today's presentation -- recorded at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 53 -- we get Australian graphic designer Thong Van sharing his passion for photography.

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Asa Jungnelius

Today's presentation was recorded during the special edition "Swedish Style x PechaKucha Night" event held earlier this year during Tokyo Design Week, and features artist and designer Asa Jungnelius walking us through some of her projects. Åsa is a much talked about contemporary Swedish glass designer, interested in what is considered genuine or fake and how the value of an object is created. She often uses stereotypes as a language and challenge their conventional meaning.

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Being a Designer in Today's Market and The Art of Paola Viadana

Chris Byrne is a furniture designer and maker, and you could also describe him as whimsical, smart, witty and insightful. In this presentation (from PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 1), he discusses what it means to be a designer in today’s market.  Paola Viadana is a painter and expert in languages, and is interested in art and primitive symbolism. She pursues ongoing research using art, and in her later works increasingly with the use of photographic instruments. Since 1996, she has participated in fifteen group exhibitions and five solo shows. This presentation (in Italian, from PKN Genoa Vol. 1) covers some of her work.

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A collectively presented Pecha Kucha

At our March 2013 event, PKN Coventry Vol 12, we tried a new twist on the improvised Pecha Kucha presentation. To fit with our theme of "The 10 things I would do to make Coventry a better place", I prepared 20 slides - images of aspects of Coventry. In the interval, cards showing one of these images were randomly handed out to people in the audience, with the request that they come up with one (20 second) 'thing' inspired by that image to add into the presentation. Here is an short version of the list of the things the audience came up with: 1. (image of the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum) Open for longer and later. Still free entry and expand the programme of groups using the space. 2. (image of the Cathedrals) Open up the recently discovered 14th Century crypts and let people see the bodies! 3. (image of the Ellen Terry Building) Bring back the cinema for the public! 4. (image of alleyway by Druckers off Hertford Street) Make sure the lights always work and it's safe to use. 5. (image of ring road flyovers by sports centre) Get the chicken knitters (as mentioned in Richard Tomlinson's PK earlier) to knit some socks for the ring road legs...(yarnbombing!) 6. (image of the river at the back of Palmer Lane) Open up the river. 7. (image of back of sports centre) I'm amazed that these used to be steps up to a restaurant! 8. (image of the side of St Mary's Guild Hall) Keep the heritage weekend. 9. (image of County Hall) More independent, and less w*nk bars! 10. (image of timbered former tourist info building next to Holy Trinity) Should be Tourist Info and a tourist destination. 11. (gate near Bishop St) This is near the Refugee Centre. The Refugee Centre has been welcoming refugees for more than 10 years, but it had to remain hidden for a long time. The refugees that have settled here over the last 10 years are now making a huge impact in the city. Reinvention, positivity and social value. 12. (image of the precinct) We should all be 'Poogilantes' to prevent people from stepping in undesirable poo on pavements, always carry a chalk to circle, label and help others avoid! 13. (image of stairs near Coventry Market) Step into Coventry Market - Coventry is full of interesting buildings, spaces, nooks and crannies. Go and explore - and champion - them. 14. (image of the circular cafe in the Lower Precinct) Create a public painting - or guerilla weaving workshop here. Cover it in colour. 15. (image of Cullen ceramic mural in the Lower Precinct) Give more jobs to glass blowers, artists and other people who put the colour in. 16. (image of public artwork in Shelton Square) Make a hidden art trail - so people can find these. 17. (image of former Evening Telegraph building) Offer this building to artists and craftsmen... 18. (image of Whitefriars Monastery from the subway) Crowdsource some citizen photos of Coventry - what its people see as beautiful - and use these as the images on official council and other establishments websites. An ever-changing selection which showcases current events and developments and maybe even engenders civic pride! 19. (image of graffitti) A paint amnesty. 20 (image of the cross on the ground of the Priory Place visitor centre garden) Coventry obviously needs more pirates - there's buried treasure here that needs digging up....!

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The Value of Philosophy

Is a degree in philosophy really so useless? In today's Presentation of the Day, "The Value of Philosophy" from PKN Des Moines Vol. 3, philosophy graduate Caleb Keller argues for the love of knowledge, and discusses the importance of utilizing logic in our everyday lives. He makes the case that without the proper values necessary to think for oneself, society becomes an echo-chamber. 

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Fei Teng – Teng Fei returned to Shenzhen in 2006 after over decade of work and study in Germany. (English bellow). Fei Teng – 滕斐在德国工作学习十年后于2006年返回深圳,他成为南方城市艺术圈里的关键人物,并且是深圳吱吱喳喳读图夜早期的支持者。在他的第二次深圳吱吱喳喳读图夜活动中,滕斐展示了一个令人难忘的图片,猫和它们在黑暗中闪烁的发光的大眼睛,然后他大叫,猫的眼睛闪现出惊恐。他也谈到了自己的油画作品,与观众们分享他的设计理念与其背后的故事。   He has been a pivotal in the southern city’s art scene ever since and was an early supporter of Pecha Kucha Shenzhen. At the second Shenzhen Pecha Kucha Night, Teng gave a memorable presentation of cats he’d photographed with their eyes illuminated by the flash in the darkness, after he’d shouted at the feline in order to provoke it to appear afraid. He also talked about his work as an oil painter.   欢迎关注我们的公众微信平台留意活动最新消息 Keep following our event reviews by adding the official Riptide account: Riptide锐态