Posts about the salons, from any year or season.

In October, TEDxGreenville hosted a live stream of TEDWomen from Vancouver. Our program also featured two local speakers talking about women’s issues. Enjoy these two talks.   GAILDEPREIST The Art of Affirmation Women, through empathy and their understanding the suffering of others throughout the world, have the ability to save the world. The culture in
Love Those Toys! A Look at Some of the Cool Technologies Coming Out of the Upstate. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design. The first letter in stands for Technology, and we have no shortage of that here in Greenville. San Francisco. Cupertino. Austin. Boston. These are cities known for producing the world’s best technologies.

TEDxWomen Live Stream

  TEDxWomen Live Stream Streaming from Greenville Memorial Hospital Auditorium (Left of the Welcome Desk at the main entrance)  Live from San Francisco TEDWomen brings together a global community of women and men interested in exploring how change begins: with innovative thinkers who catalyze ideas toward action. Over the past few years, TEDWomen and TEDxWomen have

TEDxGreenvilleSalon: Open Mic

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 Open Mic:  Auditions for TEDxGreenville 2017 For the first time, we are hosting a TEDxGreenville Open Mic at the September Salon. The TEDxGreenvilleSalon event gives some potential speakers the opportunity to secure a spot a the main TEDxGreenville conference in April, 2017. Here is how it works. About a dozen people
Interesting idea, right? At TEDxGlobal 2013, political theorist Benjamin Barber suggested that if mayors can do so well solving problems at home, why not give them the world! His talk is called Why Mayors Should Rule the World. At our December 17, 2013, Salon: Encore!, Greenville’s longest running mayor, Knox White, did an encore of
How about combining Walt Disney’s philosophy for creating memorable experiences with educational objectives and putting it all in today’s classrooms? Sounds like a classroom that we’d all love to visit, doesn’t it? In his encore TEDxGreenville 2013 talk, Imagineering Education, Thomas Riddle shares his idea of how to begin making this a reality. A veteran
Planning Team member, Maxim Williams, who is also the Lead Curator for our monthly salons, writes about the last salon of the season and about inclusion, the predominant theme behind these salons. He is also Director for Community Relationship Building at Bon Secours St. Francis Health System. An important bit of information that you may