In collaboration with Ngā Aho, Nā Te Kore and Haeata Community Campus, PechaKucha Night Christchurch is excited to be part of the upcoming Nā Te Kore - 2nd Binennial Indigenous Design Forum in Christchurch!
PechaKucha Night Christchurch will be a public event on Monday 5 March at Haeata Community Campus. Speakers will include speakers from the forum and also feature some of our own local talents. We are also starting the event at an earlier time!
Theme: Weaving the Strands of Indigenous Creativity.
Daisy Lavea-Timo // Poet, Prop & Producer // BRAVE: Samoan Tatau and Si'i Alofa
Jason Surkan // Architecture Student // Kîhokewin Kumik - Elders Lodge
Linda Kennedy // Designer // Design and Resistance
Amiria Pérez // Architectural Designer // A Tale Of Two Halves
Diana Albarrán González // Designer, PhD candidate at Auckland University of Technology // Jolobil, Weaving Identities
Frida Larios // New Maya Language & Indigenous Design Collective Co-founder // The Propagation of a Maya Narrative: From Ancestral Seed to New Life
Dr. Tokie Laotan-Brown // Heritage Architectural Technologist// Infusing indigenous African design on African American buildings
Becky Kiddle // Senior Lecturer in Environmental Studies, Victoria University of Wellington // Decolonising our Places
Tiffany Shaw-Collinge // Architectural Engagements with Indigenous People // To heighten the visibility of place for Indigenous people through our collaborative approach of working to create buildings with community rather than for the community.
PechaKucha Nights are devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architects.