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TEDxSt Kilda


Wed 11 Oct 2017, 7:00pm

Where: MEMO Music Hall, 88 Acland Street, St Kilda, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission + bf: $125.00
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Listed by: louisebqm

TEDxStKilda 2017 is a public event and will offer cool ideas, big insights and dynamic thinking. Academics, experts, leaders and creators are all a part of our big night in the heart of St Kilda. After our first two sold-out events, we are now approaching our third and it is our best program yet! We have an outstanding line-up of speakers this year and some ideas that we can’t wait to share.

What we love about TEDxStKilda is that it’s a chance to share with our local community. While we can share almost anything with the click of a button, there’s something raw and fascinating about sharing in real life, watching ideas comes alive, seeing reactions, and exchanging thought. Take it a step further and be a part of the TEDx community.

Our Theme: Fake and Fate

We’re living in a new age of information, learning and communication. Never before have we had so much of the world at our fingertips. Never before have we had so much information available. And never before have we had so much involvement in the content we consume. But for all our truth and all our knowledge, we haven’t yet extinguished the concept of fate from our narrative.

Our reality is a double-edged sword. There’s so much truth out there for us to consume. This world gives us the opportunity to see things that have been in darkness and hear stories which otherwise would’ve been silenced. New concepts, views, and discoveries shape our actions. But perhaps we’re somewhat naïve—do we really think we’re in control of our lives? And how can we make a difference in the world?

But the other edge of the blade is just as keen: whose stories are we seeing? What defines truth? Confirmation bias is a daily occurrence and our worth is measured in clicks, likes and hashtags. Failure is no longer behind closed doors. Are we pursuing perfection because our lives are on display? How do we maintain a genuine connection to ourselves and others in a digital world?

Our speakers (so far)

Mental Health, Music and Magic
Professor Katrina McFerran

Footy, Community and St Kilda
Matt Finnis

Empowering Women In Business
Sonya Stattman

Community Engagement In the Age of Disengagement
Max Hardy

Superbugs Vs Super Science
Claire Gorrie

Representing Our Multicultural Society
Naomi Kissiedu-Green

Designing for A Sustainable Future
Ruby Chan

The Importance of Male-to-Male Mentoring
Glenn Manton