SITEWIDE Search Results: “sky”

James Murray-White
writer, filmmaker, activist, freelance in Cambridge
Sky Westwood
Teacher, Teach First in Bristol
Clear Blue Sky
in Orlando
sky coppini
school, school in saint paul


Nairobi @ RaMoMA Museum of Modern Art
Nov 20, 2008


Belgrade @ Mikser 2010, Open Air Cinema
May 29, 2010


Whistler @ Maxx Fish Lounge & Bar
Oct 15, 2010


Whistler @ Maxx Fish Lounge & Bar
Oct 16, 2011


El Paso @ Alcantar Sky Garden
Oct 15, 2011


Weimar @ Glaskasten Limona
Apr 25, 2014


Williamsburg @ Ignition
Nov 12, 2016

PAST Sky's the Limit!

London @ Olympia London
Oct 26, 2016


Kalispell @ Kalispell Brewing Company
Apr 19, 2017


Taos @ Martini Tree
Jul 28, 2017

Thumb 1 4711bac0af749bb046ae4c9e30f284c4d1a32cc8b9d2

Island Sky

@ VOL 15 ON APR 20, 2012

Richard Groden is one of the founders of Island Sky. In his presentation, he talks about its project to extract water from air and turn it into pure drinking water for areas where water is scarce or contaminated. Their goal is not just to produce drinkable water, but also to educate people on the important of sustainability in developing countries. (in English)
Thumb markpetrick 15

On Clouds

@ VOL 1 ON AUG 02, 2013

Visual artist Mark Petrick goes into great depth on his love affair with clouds. He details the science and art surrounding these ephemeral bodies of water vapor, as well as their variations, and what they have meant to us as humans.

"Presentation of the Day" on September 16, 2013.

Thumb keisukemasuda.007

Making Igloos

@ 「ICSでNIGHT」 ON SEP 23, 2013

Since his college years Keisuke Masuda has been skiing. He often went to Mikuni ski slope near Mt. Fuji. When Mikuni ski slope closed down, he began making igloos there nearly every year. Here he shows us how he and his friends created some of their beautiful and spacious igloos. (in Japanese with English subtitles)

"Presentation of the Day" on October 30, 2013.

Thumb bill 20fox.016

Insights from a Higher Perspective

@ VOL 1 ON OCT 24, 2013

Whereas most people became weary of airplanes after September 11th, Bill Fox decided to take up his childhood dream of flying. He became a pilot and then flew over a volcano. While flying over the volcano he learned that living life to the fullest is a lot like being a volcano.

Thumb gh 11

The Colors of the Sky

@ VOL 20 ON APR 18, 2014

Dr. Günther Hasinger speaks about astronomer's perspective of the sky and earth's atmosphere. He also describes the role of X-ray astronomy in science and in the study of black holes.

Thumb diapositiva19

cielo, luz y fotografia


A los 13 años descubre y se enamora de la fotografía, el cielo y la luz. En esa búsqueda estudia Arquitectura en la UTFSM, fotografía en la escuela Cámara Lúcida y un Diplomado en Iluminación en la PUC; y se incorpora a la Sociedad Astronómica de Valparaíso y Viña del Mar, SAVAL, institución de la cual es vicepresidente a partir de 2013. Además es parte de la iniciativa NOCHEZERO, plataforma de discusión sobre el futuro de la iluminación de nuestras ciudades.

Todas estas pasiones la han llevado a enfocar sus intereses profesionales y trabajo artístico hacia la astrofotografía, la contaminación lumínica y la iluminación urbana.

Sus imágenes han sido exhibidas y publicadas en diversos medios, tales como el India Astro-Photo Festival, Nueva Delhi (2012); la revista Luminous de Philips (2014) y recientemente por el European Southern Observatory (ESO).

Thumb yuki 20aoyama.014

Salarymen of the Sky

@ VOL 125 ON MAY 28, 2015


Photographer Yuki Aoyama hit it big when his father-daughter portaits hit the net. Salarymen and fathers are often portrayed as serious, but Aoyama's shots capture the light-hearted side to the family dynamic in Japan. 

Thumb 07 zahm

Living on the Less Dangerous Edge

@ VOL 5 ON SEP 14, 2015

Darus Zahm wants to live in a world where Phish is always playing in elevators.  When he’s not off communing with nature, you can find him trying to bring the cool back to rollerblading here in Brooklyn.

Thumb 01 claudefrancheteau

 Blue-Sky Painting

@ VOL 11 ON DEC 02, 2015

"I was lying on my back, near the river, my eyes staring into the deep blue of the sky. At the edge of my field of vision, I could see the rooves and chimneys of buildings, lost in the vastness and giving meaning to it. What I saw could be a way to paint."
Claude Francheteau paints contemporary and yet paradoxically classical skies.
With the help of modern acrylic paints and digital photography, depicting skies in the ancient way with a modern eye. A sincere kind of blue sky thinking." 
Claude Francheteau

Thumb nyb.014

Bird, Meet Skyscraper


Conservation biologist and bird lover Debra Kriensky discusses the importance of bird safety in architectural design in this PechaKucha presentation for NY Build. 

Debra Kriensky works at NYC Audubon - where she works on conservation and research programs as a staff conservation biologist. Debra holds a BA in communications from University of Wisconsin-Madison and a MA in conservation biology from Columbia University. 

Large wide warsaw 03 poster

Poster for PKN Warsaw Vol. 3

PechaKucha Night in Warsaw Vol. 3 is coming up in a few weeks, set to happen outdoors on May 14 in Centrum LOWICKA's garden -- hopefully combining a clear spring evening sky with cold beer and deck chairs! The poster was designed by Piotr Holub, who was a presenter at PKN Warsaw Vol. 2.

Large wide vaduz 05 poster

Poster for PKN Vaduz Vol. 5

PechaKucha Night in Vaduz Vol. 5 will be held as part of Filmfest Vauduz, a film festival to be held under the night sky with a screening of the Coen Brothers' A Serious Man -- the presentations will take place before the screening. It all happens July 30 at Rathausplatz, and entrance is free.

Large wide kyiv 07 poster

PKN Kyiv + Global Cities Week

Kyiv will take part in our upcoming Global Cities Week with its PechaKucha Night Vol. 7, set for February 22 at the Sky-Hall Sport venue. You'll find the list of presenters on the official event page, and there are more details on the event (in Russian) in this blog post.

Large wide poster en v2

PKN Weimar #3: SKY is the limit!

Now, after a winter brake; PechaKucha comes back - directly from the sky! A lighthouse-like landmark attracted us magnetically and here we are: in the glass box on top of the Limona library. As envisaged on the beautiful poster by Marc López, our third PechaKucha takes place just near the skies... Take the lift (from the asphalt square) to the top of limona and let your presentation skills go high! Enjoy listening and watching the speakers on the background of a splendid view over Weimar! Send your presentation by 23.04 to! Friday, 25.03.2014, starting at 20.00 with a cheerful concert by Ammalia and Daniele.

Large wide kukuu 050

#3 in the SKY

This was good! And it all started with a magnificent concerto of the delicious trio: Limona Jam: Ammalia Podlaszewska + Daniele Agretti + Alex Osipenko. Taste it in a short glimpse! This was an allover dream come true evening! We had local musicians performing together for the first time, we landed on a spectacular venue on a roof top of our city, we reached the magic 10 presentations and our audience keeps on growing! Right after the sunset, we had Rubén Robledo Ibáñez showing us his reportage photos from the Gaza Stripe where he spent several weeks among befriended Palestinians. Geographically not afar, the next was Athina Stefani from Greece who involved us in her story about Ludwig Wittgenstein's house, told by the mean her own drawings authored throughout the nights before Friday: And then it happened: the Italian-Swedish team of laughter monsters (Sara Ferraioli + Carl Ydergård) stretched our cheeks to a high level of pain with their rythmic story on how Daniele, who happened to be the guitarrist at the same evening, made his career instead of playing football. A series of 20 photomontages made us laugh through the whole 400 seconds: This was not all! Sara couldn't stop just at one presentation.. An involving walk through the streets of Naples followed, filled with street art: After a smooth beer brake extended through the stunning views over Weimar: we took off again. This time Rika Tarigan from Indonesia engaged us with her designs of modern applications of the batik textile technique. Filtered through the cultural background of Indonesian fariy tales we were covered up with 20 splendid and very colorful images: Right after some colder recollections of the last winter arrived to us from Sankt Petersburg through Lithuania in the person of the delightful pianist Simona Zajancauskaite. The first musician to present images on PKN in Weimar! Stark congratulations for the courage! We were all touched by the transcontinental message instilled in the 20 slides under the title tandem, nothing is black and white anymore. The message pointing towards a possible European-Russian friendship was carried on by the presentation by Iman Hegazy (Egipt) and Tatiana Reshetnikova - the Urban Sketchers Weimar. In a series of speedy sketches we discovered some beautiful locations from Russia, Egypt and Weimar. Thank you and good luck with engaging more sketchers in your group!  The reportages from cold Russia made a perfect ground for the next story to come - this time by the PKN city-organizer himself. Gall Podlaszewski uncovered his winterly "cultural production": the Weimar Winter Bad - a series of Monday baths in the river of Ilm taking place under winter atmospheric conditions. The involvement of some other participants proved that the idea of swimming in the winter is not Bad at all! Here, the end of first season (photo by Simona Zajancauskaite who got up on a cold morning very early just to take this photo. What a brave daughter!): Right afterwards we had another swap of functions - now Tereza Spindlerova - the second city-organizer came out of her mixxer pult and took over the mic to tell us the development of her Spanish blog - a poetic journey supported by 20 almost abstract urban images: The splendid series of 10 presentations was closed, or rather opened up by the enigmatic Mr. Grüter, who did it just as we like - decided to present just at the same evening, bringing his presentation on a usb stick. Here Mr. Grüter seizes the audience with his magic pencil: Thank you all for the great fun we had that night!! Full photo album is available here: author: Simona Zajancauskaite: on flickr author: Gall Podlaszewski: on facebook

Large wide wisp

WISP - Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings

We know drones kill and deliver packages, but who knew they could create art? WISP or Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings is a collaborative project by three creative technologists, Brent Marshall, Partick Dinnen and Dre Labre. In "WISP - Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings" from PKN Toronto Vol. 28, we hear that they want to capture the idea of whimsy or the first time you draw your name with a sparkler. 

Large wide beer

The Poor Brewers

“Trust me when I say that sharing beer is not a bad way to spend time.” Marilee and Karl Rutherford really like beer. So much, in fact that they decided to go all in and make their hobby into a business (Rude Hippo Brewing Company). Though their pie-in-the-sky initial plans were downgraded to something more realistic, what they traded in volume, they gained in momentum. In “The Poor Brewers” from a special AIA 2014 Convention edition of PKN Chicago, hear the story of their trials and ultimate triumph.

Large wide skijump

Ski Jumps of the World

“This is one of the most iconic ski-jumping structures constructed.” PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham takes us on a tour of some of the most outstanding ski jumps found around the world. In “Ski Jumps of the World" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 120, he highlights the historical aspects of the sport of ski jumping -- and being the Englishman that he is, giving props to the one and only Eddie the Eagle.

Large wide full 6

Fire & Sky & Life

“At the end of their lives, these stars celebrated their achievements by hurling life-giving elements into space, in a gently expanding display of intense, nebula beauty.” Retired Professor of Astronomy from the University of Hawaii Gareth Wynn-Williams speaks about the stars and the universe. In “Fire & Sky & Life” from PKN Honolulu Vol. 22, Gareth shows us what 34 years of fantastic astronomy lectures results in.

Large wide 1491394 10105106933985163 8615496283868314661 o

PechaKucha People: Christina Cho

The PechaKucha People Spotlight lands on Queensland Emerging Architects Prize recipient and longtime PechaKucha Night Brisbane organizer, Christina Cho. As one of 20 architects profiled in Chasing the Sky: 20 Stories of Women in Architecture, she encapsulates how on-target our organizers are. And with PKN Brisbane's 50th Volume this week, we thought we'd go ahead and blast the PechaKucha Global Spotlight on Christina again, posing here with PechaKucha Founder Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein at PechaKucha annual organizer meetup in Tokyo. Well done Christina and PechaKucha Brisbane Team for all the amazingness! Here's to the next 50!!!