This event type is organized in the city or town in which you live, engages a wide range of local residents, and showcases a diverse array of talks, not limited to one subject. The event is named after the location-based community it serves.
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2020 is the year for Countdown, a bold, global movement to find ways to shift, more rapidly, to a world with net zero greenhouse emissions and tackle the climate crisis. Everyone is invited to participate: organizations, schools, universities, and city representative offices. TED is working with incredible networks to coordinate a day of global ...
The Spark New Orleans, Louisiana November 16, 2013 TEDYouth was a day-long event for students, with more than 20 live speakers -- scientists, explorers, artists (and more!). It took place on November 16, 2013, noon–7pm EST. The theme: "The Spark."
TEDxYouth Weekend was a series of TEDxYouth events that took place around the world on November 19 and 20, 2016, around the theme of What Now? These events are designed to empower and inspire young people. More about TEDxYouth events
So you’re hosting a TEDxYouth event… Get excited! TEDxYouth events are fun, imaginative, and smart TEDx events designed for, and often organized by, young people. They bring ideas worth spreading to all ages.
Imagine a day filled with brilliant speakers, thought-provoking video and mind-blowing conversation. By organizing a TEDx event, you can create a unique gathering in your community that will unleash new ideas, inspire and inform.
About this film: This short film from TED@Tommy explores fashion as a vehicle for innovation. From the Industrial Revolution to WWII to the hippie movement, the culture of fashion has always blended the cutting edge of self-expression with the latest innovations in technology. Today, fashion is no different, weaving VR, AR, and leading sustainab...
For anyone who has ever been inspired by a TED Talk… this is an insider’s guide to creating talks that are unforgettable.
Head of TED Chris Anderson speaks with some of the world’s most interesting people to dig into the provocative and powerful ideas of our time.
There are critical elements of stage design that will give your speakers confidence in their presentations, and your audience an optimal view — that way, everyone at your event can have the best experience possible.
For over a decade, Intel has worked with countries, communities, and schools to use technology solutions to transform the lives of the next generation. Through the TED and Intel partnership, Intel was able to unlock their institutional knowledge and share how breakthroughs in the lab become life-altering advances in the real world.
About this video: In rural Turkey, tea is a way of life. In a series of vignettes, three women tea farmers let us into their kitchens, their fields, and even their choir group to share the integral role tea plays in their lives. They offer their firsthand wisdom on sustainable tea production - after all, it has been part of their families for ge...
TEDxWomen is an exciting opportunity to share some of the talks from the TEDWomen worldwide activation to a curated audience of your choosing. In 2020, TED will partner with five TEDx events from around the world who will curate this activation that will include one session of talks from each event. Hosting an event is a chance to help move the ...
TED and the Brightline™ Initiative, a coalition led by the Project Management Institute together with leading global organizations dedicated to helping executives bridge the expensive and unproductive gap between strategy design and delivery, are partnering to bring great ideas and business strategies to life. The year-long partnership will incl...
Just like School. Not! Manhattan, NY November 17, 2012 TEDYouth 2012 was a day-long event for high school students, with more than 20 live speakers, hands-on activities, and great conversations. It took place on Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 1pm to 6pm EST. The theme: "Just Like School. Not!”
Library events are exactly what they sound like: TEDx events that are hosted at a library. They are usually recurring events, and offer a unique space to share the TED and TEDx spirit with your local community.
Written by the educators who created Covering World News, a brief look at the key facts, tough questions and big ideas in their field. Begin this TED Study with a fascinating read that gives context and clarity to the material.
Two or more times a year, a group of interesting and impactful people gathers for a week-long TED experience — which attendees have described as "the ultimate brain spa" and "a journey into the future in the company of those creating it." Dedicated to TED’s global mission of researching and sharing great new ideas, conference speakers are select...
TED does partnerships differently. We meet Partners at the intersection of inspirational ideas, thorough research and applied action. Partnerships with TED leverage everything that makes TED, TED: our global, research-based ideas; our live, knowledge-sharing conferences and events; our TED Talk content and format; and our progressive approach t...
Salon events are often small weekly or monthly events that keeps a TEDx community engaged between regular TEDx events. It’s a unique kind of gathering that TEDx organizers hold which allows the conversation to continue, in person.
At TED 2014, Skype enabled TED Speakers to co-create their next chapter in music, architecture, education etc., and to share their ideas in the following sessions:
As TED has grown, we've picked up a few misconceptions along the way — some more vexing than others. If you've heard a rumor and want to know the facts, or have your own questions about who the heck we are and how we operate, we have a few answers below.
We know that innovative ideas and fresh approaches to challenging problems can be discovered inside visionary businesses around the world. The TED Institute partners with a select number of these organizations to help surface and share these ideas. Talks from past TED Institute events have opened up new channels of communication and inspired inn...
After your event is over, we know what the natural thing to do next is — rest! You’ve put all the work in, and now you should put your feet up after what we hope was a fruitful and rewarding experience. But first! There are just a few things to take care of in order to close out your event. Use this checklist for all of your post-event needs.
I wish that you will help me recruit the largest army of community health workers the world has ever known, by creating the Community Health Academy, a global platform to train, empower and connect.
Event production is the magic that makes the action happen. You’ll find most of what you need for event production in our TEDx Production Guide — this is what your production team will be primarily using for your event. In the meantime, here’s a general outline.
In developing communities, TEDx events are a catalyst for learning and inspiration. Yet despite great enthusiasm, the lack of resources pose a challenge. To help these events succeed, we've launched TEDx in a Box.
From the curator of Understanding Happiness, a brief look at the key facts, the tough questions and the big ideas in his field. Begin this TED Studies subject with a fascinating read that gives context and clarity to the material.
Your local speakers and performers are the inspiration centers of your TEDx event. So selecting, inviting, and preparing them for the big day will be one of the most important tasks you’ll have.
Written by the educators who created Rethinking Cancer, a brief look at the key facts, tough questions and big ideas in their field. Begin this TED Study with a fascinating read that gives context and clarity to the material.