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Museo dell' Arte Fabbrile e Coltelleria
Apr 17, 2010
Nordic Heritage Museum
May 31, 2012
Mar 13, 2013
Parrish Art Museum
Jun 21, 2013
Berns - Stora Salongen
Feb 04, 2014
PKBJ Event 31 - The Dutch Ambassadors's Residence
Jun 03, 2015
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Level Four, City of Joondalup Reid Promenade Multi Storey Car Park
Mar 20, 2017
London Transport Museum
Jan 26, 2017
Jídelna U Steinů
Apr 14, 2017
Jun 08, 2018
The art and technology behind 3D printing
Dutch born Marc Bax is a Mechanical engineer who loves turning ideas into prototypes and has spent the last few years working with 3D printing technology to do just that. He talks us about the diffence between conventional and 3D printing.
A Journey in Hats
BY ELEANOR O'CONNELL
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
New York based and originally from Papua New Guinea, Eleanor O'Connell has been working within the Theatre, Performance Art, Film, Fashion and Design industry as a Costumier, Costume Designer, Wardrobe Manager, Milliner and Artist from London to Melbourne and now New York. Listen to her journey here!
Conversation Prints: Artful Dialogues about Reproductive Rights
BY DARCY FALK
@ VOL 3
ON DEC 08, 2016
"Conversation print" is the industry term for fabric prints that re not floral or geometric. Darcy Falk talks about her project that moves beyond prints that featuring golf clubs and kitchen appliances. She is developing garments using vintage patterns and unique fabric that sparks conversations about topics that we don't usually talk about at the dinner table. The result is conversation prints that stimulate artful dialog about reproductive rights.
60 Years of Textile Art Inspiration from Honolulu
BY JOSH FELDMAN
@ VOL 28
ON NOV 11, 2016
In 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.
Josh is the president and CEO of Tori Richard, Ltd., a resort apparel company founded in Honolulu in 1956. Tori Richard is the largest textile and apparel manufacturer in the state of Hawaii with nearly 200 employees and over 2,000 points of distribution. Tori Richard is unique in that it creates and copyrights 100% of the textile artwork it uses. This is relatively unique in the industry and an area of expertise shared by just a few dozen companies globally.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on April 4th, 2017.
From 2D to 3D – the design process of MECA’s Textile and Fashion Design department
BY PAUL LEWANDOWSKI
@ VOL 30
ON FEB 20, 2015
The Family of Jin, A Master-level Costume Presentation
BY STACE FELDMANN
@ VOL 26
ON APR 12, 2018
Stace Feldmann, owner of Strange Land Costuming and founder of the Madison Area Costuming Society, presents a breakdown of the five-month build on four complicated costumes for competition, created and worn by two other members of MACS. These award-winning costumes show the range of skills and techniques learned by this group of hobby cosplayers, as well as the challenges of bringing characters to life.
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Bonnie Peterson -- one of the presenters at last June's PechaKucha Night in Chicago Vol. 9 -- was featured on WTTW Chicago, and you can watch the report here ("Felt Inspired"). These aren't your grandmother's quilts. Elmhurst textile artist Bonnie Peterson documents her wilderness experiences through rich tapestries that bring the outdoors inside for all to see. The piece also includes a look at her PKN presentation (at about the 2:30 point in the clip), with a few words from PKN Chicago organizer Peter Exley.
Emma von Bromssen
PechaKucha Night in Gothenburg Vol. 17 is just around the corner -- happening this coming Tuesday (December 8) -- and so let's look at one more presentation from October's Vol. 16, this time Emma von Bromssen and her beautiful textile designs.
PKN Vaduz Vol. 3
Vaduz held its third PechaKucha Night earlier this month, and from what organizer Janto Lenherr has to say, it sounds like it was their best showing yet, including an interesting "exhibition-centric" theme for all of that evening's presentations. This time around, we were invited by the artist and textile designer Martha Büchel-Hilti to organise a PechaKucha Night as part of her exhibition. All 12 presentations were in a way linked to her exhibition topic, titled "At home, the sky is bluer." We were overwhelmed by the amount of visitors who attended the event as well as the fact that both major Liechtenstein newspapers had reported about it. Janto has also uploaded all of the presentations on YouTube, which you can access on this playlist page. Below, a few more photos from PKN Vaduz Vol. 3. And now here's a look at previous volumes, starting with the first edition: And PKN Vaduz Vol. 2:
Recap: Daegu Vol. 2
The South Korean city of Daegu hosted their lively PKN Daegu Vol. 2 evening on this past February 26. According to the Vol. 2 page, the soiree was "filled with creative and diverse presentations such as the current of PLACES in Daegu, an architectural approach to Daegulite identity as a national center for performing arts, Dutch coffee, cultural & historic interpretations of Korean traditional food, cultural identity through a lens of tatooing, textile-art, juxtaposing contexts, connecting people with like-minds, locally-oriented classical music performances, and publishing an infomation magazine for foreign readers." Photos of this event are up on Daegu's Vol. 2 event page and "motion-grapher" Hyun-Ki Shun has made a short video of the festivities as well.
Textile-Reinforced Concrete: Material of the Future
When you hear the word "concrete" you don't typically think free-flowing fluid or organic structures. ...It's likely you might think of bunkers, gray urbanity, and bleak high-rise structures. However, in "Textile-Reinforced Concrete: Material of the Future" from PKN Maastricht Vol. 20, Kevin Pidun of Lehrstuhl für Plastik shows us that textile-reinforced concrete opens a new universe of surprising uses and forms for this gray material.
PKN Kyoto Podcast #2
This is the second volume of Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto's podcast. Our guest is Australian textile artist Melinda Heal, who tells us about making traditional Japanese textiles, dyeing, and kimonos.www.so-meru.com Hosted by Eric Luong and Ash Ryan. Edited by and music by Ash Ryan.ashryanbeats.com https://soundcloud.com/pecha-kucha-night-kyoto/pecha-kucha-night-kyoto-podcast-vol-2-melinda-heal
At Wednesday's Tokyo Designers Week edition PechaKucha Night, we welcome famed textile designer Reiko Sudo, who is also co-founder of the Nuno textile company. 水曜日の東京デザイナーズウィークペチャクチャエディションにテキスタイルデザイナーとして有名、かつテキスタイルカンパニーNunoの共同創立者のReiko Sudoをご招待。
Wearable Technology for All
"Usually what I make doesn't have much to do with what's on a runway."In "Wearable Technology for All" from Brooklyn Vol. 6, Jensin Wallace relates her trip to Slovenia to collaborate with a man suffering from tetraplegia to create custom smart clothing to assist him on a day to day basis - all controlled by his cell phone! Wow! Jensin was trained as textile textile designer at the Rhode Island School of Design and experimented with how to make sound and emotions tangible. After getting some experience in the luxury fashion industry, she went back to school and received a Masters of Design focusing in fashion and technology. Currently she works as a sweater technical designer for a high end women's label in NYC.
Common Ground Ome
"I wanted to make an eye-catching feeling of a textile…and apply this result into the building skin." At PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 138, Kevin So shares, Common Ground Ome, a student design project that recycling the existing industrial building for textile production, education and promotion. The under utilised situation in Ome reflects the distorted urban scenes negatively impact the development of a city. The sense of community in Ome is losing due to the natural disease to Plum trees and the dying textile industry. The common values are needed for recovering the city.
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.