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Bonbons, Bier und braune Brause - der Eisbär in der Werbung
Mit einer zoologischen Exkursion ins Marketing visualisiert Ivar Aune die werblichen Eigenschaftskanon von Ursus maritimus – dem Eisbär. Und wie sein von Bonbons, Bier und brauner Brause geschaffenes Image zu dem Charakter des Spitzenpredators passt, der er wirklich ist.
Les Calotte Polaires et le Réchauffement Climatique - Ice Sheets and Global Warming
BY XAVIER FETTWEIS
@ VOL 1
ON NOV 20, 2014
La réponse des deux calottes polaires (Groenland et Antarctique) à une hausse des températures est complètement différente.
La calotte du Groenland pourrait disparaitre à terme si on a une hausse de 3°C alors que celle de l'Antarctique pourrait atténuer dans un premier temps la hausse prévue du niveau de mers. Néanmoins, elle pourrait fondre à la base et se disloquer...
The response of both ice sheets to global change will be fully different.
The Greenland ice sheet would collapse if we have a temperature increase > 3°C while the Antarctica ice could mitigate the sea level rise in a first time. However, it could melt at its basis and break also in future ...
A Little Polar Bear's Big Journey
BY JANE ANNE FRANKLIN
@ VOL 8
ON JUN 05, 2012
Jane Anne Franklin talks about the transportation and habitation of a newborn Polar bear of one zoo to another. She took on the role of a mother bear as she learn and took care of this baby polar bear.
"Presentation of the Day" on March 2, 2015.
BY EMMA LINFORD
@ VOL 3
ON FEB 02, 2016
"They are a very resilient tribe and I think they have the courage to survive in style."
In Polar Musings from PechaKucha Night Cambridge Vol. 3, Speaker Emma Linford takes us on a journey into the frozen north of Canada, where she meets reindeer, indigenous tribes, and icy conditions so cold it freezes your skin in 30 seconds.
The Future of Flooding
BY SAMUEL BUDIN
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
Samuel Lang Budin is a social documentary photographer living in Brooklyn and working primarily in the depressive realist mode. He makes 35mm and medium format slide shows about climate change anxiety, aging and death, naked people in their own homes, the personal discomforts of travel, and the encroaching sea. Just you wait!
Modern Day Aclchemy and The Magic of Distilled Spirits
BY LAUREN OSCILOWSKI
@ VOL 2
ON JUL 19, 2017
The perfect cocktail is made with more than just booze. Lauren Oscilowski gives us a glimpse into her modern day practice of alchemy where she turns robust botanicals and subtle flavors into top notch spirits and mixers.
Диксон: детство на краю света
BY ALEKSEY DIDUKH
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 11, 2018
Рассказ про детство на краю света — в поселке Диксон, самой северной точке нашей страны. Насколько в реальности романтичны северное сияние, бесконечная тундра и белые медведи прямо за дверью? Много ли там народу, как дети ходят в школу, чем там, вообще, заниматься? Об этом расскажет Лёша Дидух: 26 лет, программист, музыкант и человек, который ненавидит писать информацию о себе.
Kal Barteski: Polar Bear Artist
BY KAL BARTESKI
@ VOL 36
ON NOV 22, 2018
Artist and activist Kal Barteski is a notable figure in the arts scene in Winnipeg who is most famously known for her playful script work and polar bear art. She calls herself a "polar bear artist", and rightfully so as she's successfully spread her work throughout the city and beyond. Here in her PechaKucha Night Winnipeg talk, Kal talks about polar bears (of course), why they're important, and what you can learn from them. She also talks about her work and her initiatives not only in Winnipeg but in Churchill, Manitoba, the polar bear capital of the world.
Kal's talk was recorded live at PechaKucha Night Winnipeg Vol. 36, on November 22 2018, at the Park Theatre.
For more information on PKN Winnipeg, follow us on Twitter (@pkn_winnipeg), Instagram (@pkn_winnipeg), or Facebook (www.facebook.com/pechakuchanightwinnipeg). PKN Winnipeg is presented by the Manitoba Chapter of the Graphic Designers of Canada.
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Poster for PKN Bemidji Vol. 4
Bemidji will be hosting its PechaKucha Night Vol. 4 tomorrow night (January 13) at the New City Ballroom (Hungry Bear). You'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. The poster was designed by PKN Bemidji co-organizer Erik Evensen.
Poster for PKN Bemidji Vol. 10
Bemidji will soon be celebrating its 10th PechaKucha Night (on January 19), and here's a look at the lovely poster for the event, designed by Erik Evensen (Evensen Creative). Below, more details about the event (and you'll also find the list of presenters with links on the official event page).Bemidji’s PechaKucha chapter has been up and running for over a year, and January will bring its tenth night of presentation perfection! If you haven’t attended a PechaKucha Night yet, it’s time to see what all the fuss is about. Come to the New City Ballroom (Hungry Bear) at 6:30, Thursday, January 19th to enjoy this free community event. These speakers are ready to share their stories on January 19th: Brett Cease: Voyage between the waterways of Bemidji and Ely via canoe John Eggers: Suggested Topics For Your PK Presentation Natalie Gille: Bicycle Commuting in Bemidji Ashley Phoenix: Minnesota Conservation Corps Kristi Wells-Saiger: Fishing in the Florida Keys Tammy Schotzko: I Am A Survivor Art Stoller: Dogsledding Another exciting component of Bemidji’s PKN is local art and artists. The PKN team is proud to welcome Jake Baggenstross, visual artist; Jane Carlstrom, fiber artist; Todd Geiger, nature photographer; and Terry Honstad, mixed media artist.
Yagoda Galo (Halo-Berry) – is a band from Arkhangelsk
Yagoda Galo (Halo-Berry) – is a band from Arkhangelsk, considering and performing music as a life adventure. The sound of the band is created with a virtuosic domra (Russian folk string instrument), emotional rhythm section and original sound effects. Yagoda Galo style is a mix of fancy tunes, expression, lyric and dance energy. Presenter: Nick Vymorkov The band unites original and professional musicians: Nick Vymorkov - voice, acoustic guitarVera Larushina - domraSlava Pronin - bass, sound processorsOleg Chaikovsky - drumsArtur Rozhkov – percussion synthesizers, samplers In 2008 Yagoda Galo was nominated for an award of a significant international ethno-music festival Sayan Ring in Siberia. The committee of the festival includes representatives of Russia, Tuva, Khakassia and Yakutia, famous musicians and producers. Since then the band takes part in many different events in Russia – from small regional festivals to the largest Russian independent music festival Empty Hills. Since 2009 Yagoda Galo has realized an amazing DREAMBOAT TOUR – a tour through the country by car. The band covered in total more than 100000 km (twice the length of the Earth equator, about 1/4 of distance from the Earth to the Moon), performing in most of regional capitals in North-West and Central part of Russia, and to the Ural mountains. On the basis of the received concert experience and communication with musicians with different national background the band Yagoda Galo got an idea to prepare a concert program, representing Arkhangelsk regional culture and creating an image of the White Sea and the Russian North. As a result, in 2010-2012 Yagoda Galo recorded an album, named POLAR– a vivid compilation of originally arranged traditional and author’s songs. The band plans to publish and make a presentation of the album POLAR in spring 2013. Web-page: http://vk.com/halo_berryMail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 8 911 571 63 19 (Ilya – administrator)8 909 550 91 77 (Nick - musician)
PechaKucha Night Pontevedra vol.5 (presenters)
This are the presenters in the next Pecha Kucha Pontevedra vol.5. It is going to have place in Portal 48, espacio para la creación, 1-Bolboretas de papel-artesania2-Correveydile-organización de eventos 3-Seara Records-plataforma de difusión cultural4-Freshysweet-agencia junior de publicidad5-Noemí Días Patiño- Circulo Polar6-Paulova- artista7-Flying rats-skateboarding crew8-Chás-fotografía
A Little Polar Bear's Big Journey
“Creating a sense of security and safety for this little bear was absolutely imperative.” Mammal Curator for the Louisville Zoo Jane Anne Franklin tells the story of a little orphaned polar bear’s journey from Alaska to captivity. In “A Little Polar Bear’s Big Journey” from PKN Louisville Vol. 8, Jane tell us how she was thrust into the role of surrogate mother for this little polar bear, as well as how she’s struggled and triumphed in helping the bear grow.
Paper is Still Alive!
"Comics, illustration, photography, text, poetry, calligraphy, all media are welcome in Labo." In Paper is Still Alive, from PechaKucha Night Tokyo, Vol. 126, French illustrator, and Labo publisher, Julie Blanchin presents her experimental, beautifully silk screen handcrafted, limited edition magazine that brings together French and Japanese artists from all walks. Interestingly, Labo Magazine spawned from both inspiration and need, after Blachin's plans to write a book on a expedition to Antarctica with the Japanese Institute of Polar Research suddenly and unexpectedly fell through. Her storyboards leading up to the book became part of her blog, and would eventually became part of Labo. "Paper is still alive" she says, calling for new participants and collaborators. Get in touch with her to participate!
“When they’re migrating, the men have to round up between 2-3k of the castrated males and select which reindeer they want as the chosen few to pull the sleigh. Each family, they note their reindeer individually; by the markings on their skin.” In Polar Musings from PechaKucha Night Cambridge’s 3rd volume Speaker Emma Linford takes us on a journey into the frozen north of Canada, where she meets reindeer, indigenous tribes and icy conditions so cold it freezes your skin in 30 seconds.
Hands with Hope
“There are stories after stories of young children who are already missing permanent teeth because their moms had pulled them because the excruciating pain was too much to bear. ” Restless in her day-to-day profession of dental hygienist, Annie Nardone found a way to create more meaningful work for herself while still using her expertise in dentistry. In PechaKucha Night Batavia’s 1st volume, she discusses how she created Hands with Hope, a not-for-profit foundation, to deliver training, dental treatment, equipment, and supplies to impoverished communities in Central America. Currently, Hands with Hope maintains and supports three fully functioning dental clinics in Honduras and Guatemala, which are run and operated by locally trained individuals eager to serve their communities.
PK People: Cristina Deane
Welcome to the New Year and welcome our newest AllStar at PechaKucha HQ in Tokyo, Cristina Marie Deane. While completing her degree at Temple University Japan, Cristina complimented her studies with an internship at PKN Tokyo, (photographed her on her first day!) Proving her invaluable worth in helping us feature all YOUR amazing 20x20 presentations 1 year later, not to mention adding a particularly bubbly air to the office, we just couldn't bear the thought of losing her. Sooo, now that she has graduated, we got her! Congrats on your graduation Cristina, and welcome to the PechaKucha HQ team!