UCLA's second annual TEDx plays with the word "Open". The word includes ideas around open data, open source, open communications, empathy, and open collaborations. The speakers cut across the fields of law, humanities, performance, health, research, and a few quirky surprises very much in the TEDx spirit.
Shakespeare in Shackles: The Transformative Power of Literature
Dan has something to say about fear.
Performing "Open" and doing his TEDx talk with:
Live Painter: Norton Wisdom
The only speaker who needs eight very strong movers to prepare the stage for his talk.
The Science Gap
co-founder and board president of CicLAvia, and currently on an adventure on a tall bike
...and his sex squad
UCLA and Columbia University Professor and head of the Brown Institute for Media Innovations
user-centered concepts and strategy developer will have a reveal
author and spoken word poet
Libraries Can Be Loud
Laurie L. Levenson
…is thinking about something every law student needs to experience.
UCLA professor, artist and architect uses systems to make finished spaces unfinished.
Barbara J. Natterson-Horowitz
Not Uniquely Human: Problem-Solving Across the Animal Kingdom
Sharing ideas about how culture and technology create one another
The Molecules We Eat
Edinburgh based artist and writer sees the consumption of art a bit differently
Antonio Lysy and Gareth Walsh with Young Ah Ha
“Pampas” – A Land without Shadows
The Social Brain