TEDxManhattan Viewing Party
Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
TEDxGreenville is hosting a viewing party for TEDxManhattan “Changing the Way We Eat”. Speakers with various backgrounds in food and farming will share their insights and expertise. And, hopefully, we’ll have a few surprises during the day. A highlight of the event is the ample time given for attendees to meet each other and look for new synergies and new ideas to help bolster the sustainable food movement.
An overview of the program is below.
While the event is free, please register so we know how many refreshments to order and how many seats to set up. You may choose to come to all of the day or just the parts you are most interested in attending.
10:00 am Registration and Introductions
10:30 am Session 1: Inform (Webcast begins)
ETHEL, featuring Ulysses Owens Jr.
Welcome and Introduction
LaDonna Redmond, Senior Program Associate, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
Fred Bahnson, Director, Food, Faith, & Religious Leadership Initiative, Wake Forest University School of Divinity
Simran Sethi, Journalist, educator and strategist
Film Clip: “Standing Ground”(working title) – Diane and Marlene Halverson
Performance – Susan Justice, featuring Ulysses Owens Jr.
Gary Hirshberg, Chairman, Stonyfield Farm
Tama Matsuoka Wong, Principal, MeadowsandMore
12:15 LUNCH (webcast offline)
1:30pm Session 2: Educate (webcast online)Video – The TEDxManhattan Sign
3:20pm BREAK (webcast offline)
3:55pm New York audience seated for prize drawings
4:00pm Session 3 – Empower (webcast online)
Performance – Susan Justice, featuring Ulysses Owens Jr. & ETHEL
Update – Britta Riley, Founder & CEO, Windowfarms
Closing and music – Susan Justice, featuring Ulysses Owens Jr. & ETHEL
When & Where
TEDxGreenville was the first independently organized TEDx event in South Carolina. It all started in 2010 when a diverse, passionate group of TED enthusiasts from around the community came together with the singular goal of bringing an educational and inspirational TED-like experience to Upstate residents.
After many months of hard work and more than a few late night planning and brainstorming sessions, TEDxGreenville 2010 launched to a sold-out crowd. The result was a brain-teasing, inspiration-filled, day-long event unlike anything Greenville has ever experienced… and TEDxGreenville was born.
Now in its sixth year, the TEDxGreenville movement is igniting passions and building bridges like never before, while highlighting the incredible people and organizations that make the Upstate of South Carolina one of the best places to live on the planet. Yep, we said it.