(Photo courtesy of TEDxPhilly)
TEDx Philly, the local spinoff of the popular, high-brow presentation event on technology, education and design, has posted online videos of 12 of the 16 Tedx Philly presentations from last month’s event.
Held at the Kimmel Center in Center City, more than 600 attendees crammed the hall to watch those presentations, including the four below:
Of TuneUp Philly, “Stanford Thompson speaks about the importance of after school programs and how music serves as a vehicle for social change. See Stanford’s students come on stage for a string performance that reduces the crowd to tears.”
Of RJ Metrics, “Robert J. Moore will astonish you with how much data is being created. He stresses the importance of organizing and analyzing the insane amount of data we now have.”
Evan Malone of NextFab Studio on “exposing how innovators in STEM are being sent oversees after graduation, Evan Malone offers suggestions and policy reform that can help keep these bright minds in America.”
“Once a year, for the past 10 years, Zoe Strauss turned the space under 95 South into an art gallery. Hear Strauss share inspiring stories of how personal history and community history shape her art.”
Watch the rest of the videos here.
Did one of the presentations stand out to you as being particularly good, informative or inspiring?
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