PKN_AKL_49 // “South Style” // 19 November 2015

November 4, 2015 on 11:04 am | In News, Auckland | No Comments

    Pecha Kucha Night Auckland vol.49 as part of Urbanesia // ‘South Style’ // 19 November 2015 // Metro Theatre, 362 Massey Road, Mangere East // start 7.30pm, doors open 7.00pm // $5 cash doorsales only

      confirmed list of presenters:

      • Vea Mafile’o & Jerry Tauamiti // Malosi Pictures // Filming Digital Fananga 3 x Pasifika Legends in Tonga. The organic nature of filming with a small crew & the challenges and rewards of filming in the Pacific.
      • Sarah Murphy // train rider and writer // Chasing dreams down the southern line 
      • Vinesh Kumaran // Freelance photographer // A Portrait A Day // instagram @vkumaran
      • Charles and Janine Williams // artists // Why the Birds? // www.charlesjaninewilliams.com
      • Raymond Sagapolutele // photographer // “Trying to be an orator without using words” // www.rimonitmd.tumblr.com/
      • Luciana Correia // Marketing and Communication Planner (freelancer) // Next Page, Please! – A research about the tipping point for changes // www.nextpageplease.com
      • SOUL - Save Our Unique Landscape, Alan Worman // about the future in Ihumātao // www.soulstopsha.org/
      • Dr. Rebecca Stafford // Crusading to stop smart people from underperforming // “The top strategy for beating procrastination” // stop-underperforming@outlook.com

      PKN_AKL_48 // “The Maritime Edition” // 08 October 2015

      September 24, 2015 on 12:17 pm | In News, Auckland | No Comments

        PKN_AKL_48 // in collaboration with the Maritime Museum // ‘The Maritime Edition’ // 8th October 2015 // The Maritime Room, 149 Quay St, CBD // start 7.00pm, doors open 6.30pm // free entry, cash bar // come early as there will be limited seats available // the Museum will be staying open later than usual, until 7pm, so visit the Museum and then come to Pecha Kucha

          List of presenters (order will change):

          • Jamie McLellan // designer // “There is nothing—absolute nothing—half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
          • Scott Macindoe // Legasea // “ The public tire of sustainable depletion, we long for restored abundance” // www.legasea.co.nz
          • Joseph Michael // photographer // Ocean is Stillness // www.joemichael.co.nz
          • Doris de Pont and Dianne Ludwig // NZ Fashion Museum // At the Beach – why what we wear
          • Lorna Hefford // Experiencing Marine Reserves // From the classroom to the ocean: education through experiential learning // www.emr.org.nz
          • Professor John Montgomery // Institute of Marine Science and School of Biological Sciences, UoA // Sharks: past, present and future
          • Hoturoa Kerr // Connecting Pacific peoples through voyaging // www.haunuiwaka.org
          • Mark Smith // Freelance photographer working with Greenpeace // documenting the overfishing of tuna in the Pacific Ocean // www.greenpeace.org/new-zealand/en/
          • Camden Howitt // General Manager Sustainable Coastlines // Nappies, Humpback Whales and Not Saving the World // www.sustainablecoastlines.org
          • Callum Dowie // architect and mulletboat racer // “Harley Davidsons of the Waitemata” – or how to race a fishing boat
          • Jack Hamilton // Kermadec Student Voyager - Young Blake expeditions // My adventure with the Sir Peter Blake Trust

          PKN_AKL 45 // Teau Aiturau

          September 7, 2015 on 11:23 am | In News, Auckland | No Comments

          Pecha Kucha Night Auckland vol.45 // Teau Aiturau (Tee) // Mangere Community Cycle Projects from PKN_Auckland on Vimeo.

          Teau Aiturau (Tee) // Mangere Community Cycle Projects

          line up for vol. 46 // 04 August 2015

          July 29, 2015 on 2:01 pm | In News, Auckland | No Comments

            Pecha Kucha Night Auckland vol. 46 in collaboration with Depot Artspace // ‘Outside the Box’ // 04 August 2015 // Depot Artspace, 28 Clarence St, Devonport // start 7.00pm, doors open 6.30pm // $15 cash doorsales only, cash bar // come early as there will be very limited seats

              List of presenters(order will change):

              • Sheridan Keith // writer/artist/gallery director // June Black, Blikfang and art as a mental costume // www.blikfang.co.nz
              • Colleen Pugh // about Tiny Gallery
              • Linda Lew and Sophie Oiseau // Auckland Zinefest organisers and zine makers // Auckland Zinefest “the what fest”? // www.aucklandzinefest.org
              • Allan Xia // Artist, Creative Entrepreneur // Chromacon: Visual Storytelling and Creative Independence // www.chromacon.nz
              • Peter Rogers // Real Time // 40 Years on Ponsonby Road
              • Joel Cayford // Urban Planner & Cajoler // Common Sense Isn’t That Common
              • Frank Hayes // Psychologist/Social Architect/Beerologist // ”The Psychology of M(Ale) // www.frankhayespsych.com

              next event:

              January 29, 2015 on 11:49 am | In dates, Auckland | No Comments

                  PKN_AKL_44 // 19 march 2015 // Kingsland Studios carpark, 6 Kingsland Terrace, Kingsland // doors open 7.30pm // start 8.20pm // if the weather is fine this PK will be held outside, bring a cushion and a jacket // more info soon

                    pictures from PKN_AKL_42

                    September 25, 2014 on 12:23 pm | In News, Auckland | No Comments

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                    please click on the picture and you get to our flickr album.

                    line up for vol.41

                    June 29, 2014 on 11:34 am | In News, Auckland | No Comments

                    PKN_AKL_41 // in collaboration with Objectspace Talkfest // Friday 04 July 2014 // doors open 06.00pm (Auckland Museum Applied Arts Galleries open to PK crowd) / start 07.30pm // Atrium, Auckland Museum, Auckland CBD // entry by gold coin donation // come early as there will be limited seats

                    List of presenters (in that order):

                    • Kennedy Brown // Furniture Designer/Maker // Homegrown inspiration and Process
                    • Alan MacDonald // artist // about the 3(1C) sky sculpture
                    • Becky Nunes // photographer // co-authoring and the power of the found object
                    • Anna Miles // gallery director // Conditions for an object obsession
                    • Sarah Watters // student // “Crafting my bearings: an exploration into value, ethics and how jewellery can save the world”
                    • Alex Styant // Rise of the Machines: How 3D technology is changing the way artists and designers realise their ideas
                    • Tim Webber // designer // An insight of the progression from uni to the furniture world
                    • Tommy Honey // urban crimes in Wellington
                    • Andrew Barrie // designer // Paper Houses ?? Large and Small

                    Pictures from our vol.40

                    June 6, 2014 on 2:06 pm | In News, Auckland | No Comments

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