The third TEDxDouglas will be held at the YOUTH ARTS CENTRE in Kensington Road, Douglas, on SATURDAY, 9 DECEMBER 2017.
Doors open at 2.oopm, with the event starting at 2.30pm and finishing around 5.30pm.
Tickets cost £20, and we have a limited amount available free of charge for under-16s. Visit HERE to book your tickets.
The TED ethos is ‘ideas worth spreading’, and this year’s line-up cover a diverse range of topics:
Our TEDxDouglas 2017 speakers and performers include:
- John Morris – Co-founder and director of Geeks Without Frontiers
- Helen Moyer – Teacher developing the practice and ethos of SOLE (Self Organised Learning Environment) at Willaston School
- Howard Parkin – Chairman of IOM Astronomical Society
- Liam Carter-Hawkins – UX/UI consultant
- Bill Dale – Founder of Beach Buddies charity
- Courtenay Heading – Co-founder of the Manx BioMed Cluster and co-organiser of the annual ManxBioMed Conference
- Jules Verne Theory – Isle of Man-based band featuring Richard Slee and Arron Clague
In addition to the speakers and performers, some of the most popular and inspiring videos of past TED talks from around the world will be screened during the session.
TED is a non-profit global community, devoted to spreading ideas. It began as a single conference back in 1984, focusing on Technology, Entertainment and Design, and now encompasses almost all topics in more than 100 languages.
In addition to the main TED global events, independently-run TEDx events help share ideas around the world.
You can find out more about TED here.