TEDxVictoria 2013: Emergence

November 16 2013


TEDxVictoria 2013: Emergence will take place on November 16th, 2013 from 10:00AM until 6:00PM at the McPherson Playhouse. Venue doors open at 9:00AM. Theatre doors open at 10:00AM.

Event Schedule

Registration Starts (9:00AM)

Theatre Opens to Contributors (9:45AM)
Theatre Opens to General Admission (10:00AM)

Pre-show (10:00AM — 10:30AM)

Session 1 (10:30AM — 12:00PM)
Jim Townley – The Future of Coffee – Craft, technology and sustainability
Angela Moran – Farmers in a Dangerous Time
St. Mary’s Children’s Choir (Performance)
Alan Cassels – Champions of Medicine’s Next Revolution
Mike Vardy – How to Stop Time
Adam Kreek – I Seek Failure

Lunch Break (12:00PM — 1:30PM)

Session 2 (1:30PM — 3:00PM)
Lee Anne Davies – Could I Borrow 20 Dollars?
Tom Rippon – Student Debt
Rebecca Marino – Slipping Through the Cracks: Professional athletes and mental health
Cameron Fraser (Performance)
Jose Barrios – Crowdsourcing the Human Mind
Tiffany Poirier – The Power to Question

Afternoon Break (3:00PM — 4:00PM)

Session 3 (4:00PM — 5:30PM)
Bob McDonald – What If Everything You Know is Wrong?
Sarah Hunt – In Her Name: Relationships as law
Mary-Wynne Ashford – One More Step
Ian MacKenzie – How to Occupy the Noosphere
Kathryn Calder (Performance)

Closing remarks (5:30PM — 5:40PM)

Find out more on http://tedxvictoria.com/

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