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Pecha Kucha Night

  • October 25, 2011

     

    The cityhomeCOLLECTIVE team has been invited to speak at PechaKucha, Vol. 6!

    PechaKucha Night is an inspiring gathering of minds that was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. Our fearless leader (Cody) will have 6 minutes — in a concise ’20 images x 20 seconds’ format — to school on the importance of space and the impact our surroundings can have on our happiness, inspiration and well-being. Several other talents (see below) will take the 6-minute stage, as well, and we’re excited to hear the words of wisdom.  Come…be inspired this Saturday, October 29, at the Avocet Building.

    Check out the event page here to get the details.  Presenters start @ 7:00pm, so you’ll have plenty of time to hit your Halloween parties. Costumes are optional, but feel free to test yours out in a room full of creative people. Drinks will be served. Seating is limited, so reserve your free tickets now. http://pechakuchaslc.eventbrite.com/

    See the list of inspiring presenters below…please join!


    Scott Markewitz is recognized as one of the most influential outdoor photographers in the industry. His work has branded more than 400 U.S. and International magazine covers, including Powder, Ski, Skiing, Outside, Men’s Journal, Bike, Mountain Bike, Bicycling, and Runner’s World, as well as ad campaigns for most major ski and outdoor brands. He is the only photographer in Ski Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential Skiers of All Time and the 2000 recipient of Ski Utah’s Excellence in Journalism Award. Come see his incredible images and hear the stories that go along with them. http://www.scottmarkewitz.com/#/index

    Kathryn Ecsedy and her colleagues, in a blend of science and art have conducted research into the world of MEMS (Micro Electrical Mechanical Systems), exploring how to build and power these tiny devices. With an emphasis on creative and artistic engineering they have sought to test the boundaries of possibility for this emerging technology. Many of the devices she’ll show will illustrate the exciting new technique of energizing on such a small scale, micro-charge pumped actuation, invented right here in Utah by Dr. Ian Harvey. http://www.nanofab.utah.edu/

    Brad Slaugh is an accomplished artist, professor, and the director of Poor Yorick Studios-an artist studio complex that he created and manages in South Salt Lake.  Brad says that he works in several ways-all of them representational but not strictly realist, with an emphasis on immediate response and tactile exploration of form and color. http://bradslaugh.com/home.html

    Jared Richards of Bluehouse ski company is a SLC native, attorney, skier and entrepreneur striving to have a net positive effect on the community. Whether hosting free legal clinics for business startups or building skis through locally sourced materials and labor – his end goals are value and sustainability. http://bluehouseskis.com/

    Cody Derrick of cityhomeCOLLECTIVE - Cody Derrick is a rustic culturalist with a hint of urban sportsman, and the founder of the cityhomeCOLLECTIVE, a local, community collective focused on connecting interesting people with unique spaces. This up-and-coming, local business has turned real estate on its head, uniting creative minds and motivated hands to redefine what it means to be a realtor. Cody and his COLLECTIVE family are throwing themselves into all things Salt Lake. Their level of involvement and investment in our community is unquestionable, and it’s adding aestetically-beautiful spaces and a buzzing excitement for what’s to come in the city we call home.  http://cityhomecollective.com/

     

     
     
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