at Pinkerton Academy’s Stockbridge Theatre in Derry, NH. #TEDxAM16
It’s no surprise that concepts from our digital world have become metaphors for our everyday lives. Our devices aren’t the only things that need to be recharged and, if rebooting works for our technological tools, could it work for us? What does that even mean?
At TEDxAmoskeagMillyard 2016 we’ll ask you to rethink the way we work and live in the modern age. From old problems that demand new solutions to timeless ideas seen from a new perspective, our speakers will reflect on issues impacting your life, your family, and your community.
Please join us as we explore what it means to recharge, reimagine, and reboot.
Rob Spencer is a physician, teacher, friend, creator, and facilitator with a passion for end-of-life care. He’s been involved in hospice and palliative care since 1981 – years before it was recognized as a specialty. [...]
Dancer, choreographer and teacher Amirah Sackett has performed and had her choreography featured throughout the world. Honored as one of the first female hip-hop artists to receive the Jerome Travel/Study grant in ’08, Sackett created [...]
Maansi Desai has studied Bharatanatyam – the Indian classical dance form – for nearly a decade under the guidance of Neha Parikh. Beyond learning the art of Bharatanatyam, Desai enjoys Bollywood dancing. She has won [...]
Amy Cueva believes that design can help improve the human condition. She used that mission and vision as the foundation for forming Mad*Pow in 2000 with Will Powley. Together they’ve created an award-winning design agency [...]
Carole Soule is a former vegetarian who now dedicates her life to providing Granite Staters with home-grown, naturally and humanely raised beef through her family-owned business, Miles Smith Farm. In a world where pink slime [...]
The natural process of change mixes time, ideas, and experimentation with challenges and opportunities to create the future. Sometimes those transformations are so small only the keenest observer notices, but other times it sparks revolutions that echo through time.
Forward motion, from our own personal inner transformations to the actions we take to change the world around us, is explored in this special TEDxAmoskeagMillyardWomen experience, held in tandem and collaboration with the 2015 global TEDWomen event.
From our deepening understanding of the world’s interdependent ecosystems to an appreciation of the potential of intellectual and artistic collaboration, what happens when we connect: with people, with place, with ideas, or with beauty?