HONOLULU Search Results: “north shore”
Dynamic Styles: Change and Continuity in Pacific Visual Culture
BY MARATA TAMAIRA
@ VOL 28
ON NOV 11, 2016
"The visual cultures styles... are responsive to change yet they retain the thread of continuity of the past."
In Dynamic Styles: Change and Continuity in Pacific Visual Culture at PechaKucha Night Honolulu Vol.28, Dr. Mārata Ketekiri Tamaira introduces a selection of Pacific visual culture styles from across the region, emphasizing the way they express the dynamic relationship between change and continuity over time and space. To narrow her focus, she considers three key sites of aesthetic production, including architecture, textiles, and sculpture.
Dr. Mārata Ketekiri Tamaira hails from Aotearoa New Zealand and has genealogical ties with the central North Island tribe of Ngāti Tūwharetoa. She is a Honolulu-based Māori scholar and university instructor whose research focuses on contemporary Hawaiian and Pacific art.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017.
BY STEVEN KEAN
@ VOL 29
ON FEB 17, 2017
A Pennsylvania native residing on the North Shore of O‘ahu since 2008, Steven Kean is an artist working primarily in the woodcut method of relief printmaking. His work is driven by a passion for the process and a love affair with the ocean.
Kean holds a B.S. in Art Education from Temple University and is a current member of the Honolulu Printmakers. He teaches art to 4th and 5th grade students at Mililani Mauka and Sunset Beach Elementary Schools, and in the Museums outreach program.
In 2016 he was chosen as the featured artist of the Haleiwa Arts Festival and this year he is the official artist for the Vans World Cup of Surfing at Sunset Beach
SITEWIDE Search Results: “north shore”
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North Australian Agriculture
BY KEITH NOBLE
@ VOL 5
ON JUN 05, 2014
North Australia is agog with talk of an agricultural expansion and becoming Asia's food bowl. Is itreally that simple?
Keith Noble describes the ups and downs of getting into the agricultre field. Australia will be the leading country feeding Asia by 2020, but will face problems in the fact that the northern regions are the only parts that can be farmed, but face natural disasters continuously, while the rest of the country is desert and or inhabitable.
Pickle Ball: North America's Fastest Growing Sport
BY ALLEN CLASS
@ VOL 6
ON FEB 06, 2015
Allen Class introduce us to the fastest growing sport in America, Pickleball. He discuss the history of this sport as well as how to play it.
Exploring North Queensland by Paraglider
BY ALLEN WEYNBERG
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 03, 2015
Allen Weynberg learnt to paraglide in the UK in 1994. A father of three, he has juggled his time for the last two decades and maintained some kind of presence in the air. He now teaches full time in North Queensland and explores the wild surroundings by paraglider whenever he can escape.
Jewel of North Queensland
BY CATHY-ANN KERR
@ VOL 134
ON MAR 18, 2016
"We came together with the the common bond for all things creative and community. We believe in the power of shared story; rewarding or challenging, humorous or heart-wrenching, all are worthy of our attention."
In Jewel of North Queensland from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 134, presenters Cathy-Ann Kerr and Angie Quinn share their home city of Cairns and the spirit of it's people that make the community so special there. From their proximity to the great barrier reef, to their culturally rich heritage, from their deep connection to their natural world, to the busting art and nightlife scene, to the city provides so much that the great land down under has to offer. With a such an abundance of passionate people, beautiful landscape, and creative talent, PechaKucha Night Cairns is in an optimal location to bring people together.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday April 25th, 2016.
BY LINDELL SMITH
@ VOL 20
ON JUN 17, 2016
Lindell Smith shares his project, The O.N.E. or One North End. Smith has lived in the North End of Halifax for 26 years and has been doing work in his community and beyond since he was 12. Lindell has done stuff that has helped with other stuff that has had an impact on a lot of stuff. Lindell does lots of things and cares about people and lots of stuff.
A Trip to North Korea
BY HEATHER DOUGLAS
@ VOL 1
ON SEP 13, 2017
"It was just all starting to become so tangible to me that I was probably somewhere where I should not be."
In "A Trip to North Korea" from PechaKucha Night Sault Ste. Marie Vol. 1, Heather Douglas shares her remarkable experience in traveling from Seoul to North Korea and how it changed her overall perspective on North Korean society.
Cycling Up North
Travel for Moin Khan is not limited to the destination, but includes meeting the people along the journey and listening to their stories while pushing through the elements of nature to test himself physically and mentally. He believes in mind over matter and enjoys pushing his own boundaries to overcome the limits he thought he had.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Scrambles Amongst Mexico's Alps
In this presentation recorded at PechaKucha Night in Derby Vol. 2, Nick Moyes shares his experiences of climbing the volcanoes of Mexico, including Pico de Orizaba, the third highest mountain in North America.
Sex & Violence in the San Lorenzo River
Especially in the animal kingdom, love truly is a battlefield. The San Lorenzo River harbors beautiful flora and majestic fauna. But it's also a combat zone plagued with evolutionary arms races, cunning deception, and bird-on-bird violence. In "Sex & Violence in the San Lorenzo River", from PKN Santa Cruz Vol. 6, watch as Brendan Bane discusses the science behind amphibious orgies, neurotoxin-resistant garter snakes, and the morbid parenting techniques of North American waterbirds.
PechaKucha in Fayetteville NC
We know, we know! Traditionally, PechaKucha is known for being held in bars and bohemian hubs around the world and NOT at non-profit coffee shops in The Middle of Nowhere, North Carolina. So the questions are going to start pouring in: Why did you decide to host PechaKucha at Detour Coffee House? What made you people think you'd be successful at it? What does this have to do with your mission? WHAT ABOUT "BEER BREAKS"??? These are all valid questions and we'd like to take an opportunity to... explain ourselves. Detour Coffee House is a true competitor amongst coffee houses in Fayetteville NC. However we have a mission that is slightly beyond serving coffee with excellence. In its simplest terms, that mission is to help people connect as a community around world-friendly products. That's it! To this end we try to do a few things: Direct Trade Coffee - We only serve two brands of coffee at Detour Coffee House (Joe van Gogh and Land of a Thousand Hills). Both of these brands have gone above and beyond when choosing coffees that aren't only among the best in the world, but also socially and economically conscious. To match, our baristas are extensively trained because our espresso machines aren't automated and our coffee is made by hand using a traditional pour-over method. In other words, our baristas are true coffee experts working with some of the best ingredients in the world. Community Center - Here's a confession for you. Detour Coffee House is really an undercover community center. But not in the sense of weekly fish fries or local government meetings (even though we're ok with that!). We aim to make Detour a place where people can connect with each other to share ideas, knowledge, fellowship and other things in the name of community. Since World War II, people have increasingly separated themselves physically (i.e. higher fences, closed-in garages, fewer local markets, etc.). We feel that there is a tendency our present world to live independently of each other and if we fail to do so, we are portrayed as failures. We believe fully that our strengths come from connections and from working together as our ancestors did so many years ago. Yes, even in this age of incredible technologies - we need each other. Local Music - Few things define communities as well as its music and culture. That's why Detour Coffee House continues to organize events around things like music, comedy and other artistic disciplines. We host open mics, featured artists and other MOSTLY family-friendly music events in Fayetteville NC. Family Fun - Detour pushes forward to create new creative ways and new reasons for people to connect. We have weekly Family Nights and other events that are intended to be wonderful fresh new ways for families to come out and enjoy some fun things to do. These are only SOME of the ways that we are trying to make a positive impact on the Fayetteville community. PechaKucha-Fayetteville will bring a whole new community of people together to simply... share ideas, visions, skills and experiences. That's what it's all about. Drawing inspiration from each other and finding new ways to help and grow with one another. We'll see you there! Thanks for reading.
Nothing to See Here
"This is a personal rebuttal of the notion that nothing ever happens in Whanganui."In Nothing to See Here from Whanganui Vol. 1., Matt Dutton highlights many works from any of the talented artists living in an unsuspecting New Zealand community on the North Island. Considered a place where "nothing ever happens", Dutton challenges us not to overlook the quiet town, or the contemporary, often abstract works coming from any of its highly gifted artists. Enjoy!
City Focus: Asheville
This week's "City Focus" goes to Asheville, home to the largest private residence in North America, The Biltmore Estate, pictured here. Learn more about Asheville by checking out their fresh batch of PechaKucha presentations! Thanks Asheville and happy to have you in the PK family!
City Focus: The North Pole
It's a little known fact that one of the most active cities in the PechaKucha Global Network is also one of the most remote, all the way at the North Pole. Our organizer up there is a bit of a mysterious fellow, goes by the name of "Sam Klaus" and apperently uses PKN as an innovation tool for his employees, which are said to number in the 1000's. Keep it up, Sam!
St. Joseph - Small Town, Big Heart
"The only way to shed light on ignorance and resentment is to talk about it."In St. Joseph - Small Town, Big Heart, from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 134, Lana Rappette, Assistant and Communications Lead for the Whirlpool Creatives Association reveals that St Joseph, MI is far more than just a sleepy summer tourist destination on the shore of Lake Michigan. Sure, St Joseph has its sandy beaches and an agricultural industry fit for making apple pies, but it also has a thriving, respected and close knit arts community. One that is immune to city borders and has helped heal relationships and restore the beauty in the neighboring city of Benton Harbor. PechaKucha St Joseph was started just one year ago in early 2015. Now all people, everyday people, have a chance to share ideas and fun doing it! The city hopes to fuel a positive and creative culture through its PechaKucha platform.
Jewel of North Queensland
We came together with the common bond for all things creative and community. We believe in the power of shared story; rewarding or challenging, humorous or heart-wrenching, all are worthy of our attention." In Jewel of North Queensland from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 134, presenters Cathy-Ann Kerr and Angie Quinn share their home city of Cairns and the spirit of it's people that make the community so special there. From their proximity to the great barrier reef, to their culturally rich heritage, from their deep connection to their natural world, to the busting art and nightlife scene, the city provides so much that the great land down under has to offer. With a such an abundance of passionate people, beautiful landscape, and creative talent, PechaKucha Night Cairns is in an optimal location to bring people together.
PKN People: Cathy-Ann and Angie
G'day Mates! PechaKucha is right smitten with these two brill Sheilas from Down Under who run the legendary PechaKucha Night series in Cairns. The "Queens of North Queensland," Cathy-Ann Kerr and Angie Quinn are so full of Aussie charm and humor, it's no wonder their magnetic personalities attract all the tradies & their ladies. On ya lasses!
Presenter Bio: Tanya
Tanya is a make-things-happen kind of person. She has been living and working in Malawi for nine years and has established several projects/business, including the building of several primary schools with her UK charity, Expand, and the establishment of a 6,000 hectare essential oils plantation in the North of Malawi. One of Tanya's many passions is industrial hemp. She is the founder of Invegrow Ltd, a Malawian company promoting the trialling and cultivation of industrial hemp, the non-drug variety of cannabis. It is grown in 40 countries around the world and Invegrow are the leaders on the continent pioneering the investigation into and understanding of this important crop. Can't wait to hear about the New Beginnings of industrial hemp!