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NEW YORK PRESENTATIONS
Death by Architecture
BY ANANTH SAMPATHKUMAR
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Architect Ananth Sampathkumar takes us through the world of architectural competitions - from historical examples of the Sydney Opera House and Pompidou Center to a cultural center in Sri Lanka.
Ananth studied at the Illinois Institute of Technology and the School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi, India before moving to New York. Here he co-founded NDNY Architecture and Design, completing projects in Srilanka, India, and the USA.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “richard rogers”
The Mountain Bar (take Metro Gold Line to: Chinatown station)
Dec 16, 2007
The Sugar Club
Sep 10, 2009
Stanica Zilina Zariecie
Mar 18, 2011
Feb 19, 2013
Relix Variety Theatre
Feb 06, 2014
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J.J. Rogers Building
Jun 09, 2014
The Contemporary Austin
Jun 04, 2014
Relix Variety Theatre
Aug 18, 2016
Century Theatre MTG
Apr 05, 2016
Parrish Art Museum
Jun 02, 2017
BY RICHARD ADAMS
@ VOL 2
ON JAN 11, 2010
The School of Communication Arts, a trail-blazing school for advertising in London, was shuttered for a decade. Richard talks us through the reasons for its rebirth, and its unique approach to learning through creativity.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 1, 2013.
BY RICHARD GRODEN
@ VOL 15
ON APR 20, 2012
Opera in Bozeman? You Must Be Joking
BY RICHARD WOLFF
@ VOL 13
ON NOV 12, 2014
Years ago Richard Wolff began his work with Intermountain Opera with a walk-on part that he had to be talked in to. Since then he has performed three additional walk-on parts, a speaking role and now serves on the Board. He describes the history of opera in Bozeman, and their current community involvement.
BY PAT ROGERS
@ VOL 20
ON JUN 02, 2017
While writing for a newspaper, Pat Rogers decided that the print industry was becoming too unfriendly for artists, especially local ones. She decided to try out a new medium--online web publishing, and with that, Hamptons Art Hub was born. Hamptons Art Hub has now grown from artist columns to a sprawling website promoting local art and artists.
What if I had the recipe for your success
BY GARY HIRSON
@ VOL 44
ON JUL 04, 2017
With tongue in cheek & comparisons to Richard Branson & Michael Jordan, Gary Hirson shares "the recipe to success" - what, why & when we want something, writing it down & breaking it down. The three beliefs needed to achieve & choosing how to react when things don’t go as planned.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Coventry's 11th PKN
Coventry's 11th Pecha Kucha Night - and the last event of 2012 starts in a little over 6 hours - woo! Here's the list of presenters: Janice Connolly/Barbara Nice - Podium (a Pecha Kucha Play with images by Richard Battye) Steph Ridings - One Day Music Will Play (a Pecha Kucha Play with images by Richard Harrison) Jack Shuttleworth - Designing Spaces for Early Years and Family Learning Dom Breadmore - Fail (working title) Ashley James Brown - Generative.PK Si Whitehouse - Telling stories with 1's and 0's Pete Dunkley - The Power of Irrationality (How to get reasonable people to do stupid things) Rebecca Fisher - Party like it's 899! I've also prepared a selection of 'unseen' images of Coventry at Night - if anyone fancies improvising a Pecha Kucha story tonight. (Sneak peak of images here if you want to cheat.) And for our next event, there's a theme - I shall be looking for speakers to give their presentation entitled "10 things I would do to make Coventry a better place" (money no object, obviously). Think you've a few ideas on that you'd like to share?Let me know!
Continuing with our look at presentations from last week's PechaKucha Night in London Vol. 2, here's Richard Adams talking about his "Ideapreneurs" program. The School of Communication Arts, a trail blazing school for advertising in London was shuttered for a decade. Richard talks us through the reasons for is rebirth. Dynamic stuff!
In this presentation -- recorded at PechaKucha Night in Christchurch Vol. 2 -- architect Richard Hayman (Dalman Architecture Ltd.) uses his 20 images to explore what architecture has meant to him.
Program for PKN Helsingborg Vol. 7
PechaKucha Night in Helsingborg Vol. 7 is happening tonight (March 13), and we've included the program for the event in this post. Pictured above is PKN Helsingborg organizer Christel Knappe (in the center), flanked by Håkan Nilsson (The Signs) on her left, and Richard Larsson (Artdust) on her right.
PKN Vancouver Inspires Curiosity
Vancity Buzz has a report on the recent PKN Vancouver Vol. 25. PechaKucha’s Vancouver organizers, Steven and Jane Cox from Cause+Affect, kicked things off with some food for thought. They challenges our understanding of our city by insisting that Vancouver’s Green City initiative must include the protection of arts and culture. This set the stage for the former operators of the Waldorf in the speaker line up toward the night who reflected on the loss of the cultural venue and warned that the closing of the Waldorf was only the tip of the iceberg in the future of arts and culture space. The presentations themselves were very thought-provoking and reminded the audience to look at things from a completely different perspective. My personal favourites were Julian Thomas and his marvellous Gather Round initiative, and of course, the Waldorf revitalisers Thomas Anselmi and Ernesto Gomez, who put some amazing context of how important the Waldorf actually was for our music and arts scene. They listed off an incredible line-up of talent who had performed in the venue, one being the surging Vancouver talent, Grimes. Vancouver's Vol. 26 is set for February 28.
Ice Cream Bells Are Ringing
Just last week in Chicago (at PKN Chicago Vol. 25), Michael and Diane Jackson gave a presentation on their 20 years of marriage. Little did Diane know that Michael had an extraordinary surprise in store for her: After waiting 20 years, Michael was finally able to give me my surprise wedding gift. In 1993 he had secretly booked and paid for a Mr. Whippy ice-cream van to be our getaway vehicle to take us to our honeymoon suite. We stood with our assembled guests outside Stanley House and waited. Sadly Mr. Whippy did not show. Michael has been harboring a sense of loss and regret ever since. Last night, following our PechaKucha presentation about the saga of our 20 years together, I hear that familiar sickly sound of ice-cream bells. Parked outside Martyrs was the vehicle of my dreams, complete with the customary beer cans (Boddingtons of course) tied behind. Please note Chicago had a major snow storm yesterday which makes this act of love even more unbelievable. We served ice-creams to everyone who attended PK and then set off into the night, bells ringing, cans clanking to our home in Rogers Park. I still can't believe my crazy husband. What's more, the owners keep the vehicles in storage over the winter and so the ice-cream van is now on my insurance. I am the luckiest girl in the world. Truth be told, upon the arrival of this little ice-cream truck, there wasn't a dry eye in the house. Take a look at Chicago's Vol. 25 event page for more photos of this memorable event.
Is education working for those who are focused in fields related to art and technology? In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN London Vol. 2) principal Richard Adams believes he has the answer to this question. He discusses the School of Communication Arts, a trail-blazing school for advertising in London, was shuttered for a decade. Richard talks us through the reasons for its rebirth, and its unique approach to learning through creativity.
Cycling is the New Black
Cycling isn't back in style -- it never left. Richard Hayman describes his two passions: cycling and architecture. They may seem like two different ideas, but they have more similarities between them then people may think. In "Cycling is the New Black" from PKN Christchurch Vol. 18, Richard talks in more detail about the relationship between cycles and architecture and how both are a series of different parts that join together to make a beautiful whole.
“When I was 14, this is when it all started…1989.” In "Sketchbooks", from PechaKucha Night St.Neots Vol.7, Graphic designer Richard Slade shares us about his love of drawing and how at the age of 11, with a gift of a sketchpad and pencils started his first sketchbook. Three decades later he has a collection of 52 sketchbooks that chart the course of his education, career and personal life.
Tori Richard: 60 years of textile art inspiration from Honolulu
"The art we create has been a reflection of our multi-cultural influences in Hawaii and the eclecticism is perhaps the only common thread." In Tori Richard: 60 years of textile art inspiration from Honolulu at PechaKucha Night Honolulu Vol. 28, Josh Feldman explores the inspiration for Tori Richard prints and explain why he thinks Honolulu is perhaps the only place where a company like Tori Richard is possible.