TEDxSanAntonio speakers are chosen because of the unique perspectives they bring to the world and to the San Antonio community. These perspectives are shared not only in the brief talks they offer to our main event audiences, but also in the books, films, music, and other artworks that have influenced them throughout their creative and professional lives. As part of our selection and coaching process, we ask speakers
Last Saturday’s “TEDxSanAntonio: You Think You Know” event was my first as the TEDx Licensee for TEDxSanAntonio and wow, WHAT A RUSH. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to our community of ~700 attendees, more than 100 volunteers, 17 Speakers, more than a dozen Sponsors and one awesome emcee who made the day so wonderful. I’ve heard from quite a few Speakers that the audience’s engagement an
If you weren’t at TEDxSanAntonio’s You Think You Know event on Saturday, March 5, you missed a very special moment: An onstage surprise marriage proposal (and we’re happy to say, it was accepted!). See emcee Sonny Melendrez’s blog for the full story. Congratulations and best wishes to programming committee volunteers Lu Liu and Amy Zhang from the TEDxSanAntonio community!
Speaker Colin Lang, Alamo Heights teacher and leader of the Aerospace Studies program, is the primary focus of a great, in-depth article in Silicon Hills News about TEDxSA’s You Think You Know event. Silicon Hills News is a startup technology news site that covers San Antonio and Austin’s tech scene.
It’s almost time for our Spring Main Event! Check out our list of speakers here: 2016 Spring Event Speakers Have you requested your ticket yet? Tickets are available at tedxsanantonio.com. Tickets are $85 per person. After February 29th, tickets will only be available at the door for $100. Remember, each person must request their own ticket. Students (with ID) can request a ticket for only $45. Get yours
TEDxSanAntonio was out on the town Monday night for TED in Cinemas broadcast of TED 2016: Dream – Opening Night at the Bijou! Viewers were treated to an exciting selection of speakers. Opening Night featured talks from Shonda Rhimes, A.R. Rahman, Riccardo Sabatini, Bill T. Jones, and many others. Thank you to everyone who attended and those who volunteered their time. Check out these photos from the event (mor
We need your help! After our Spring Main Event, Fiesta for the Mind will be holding a silent auction to benefit TEDxSanAntonio. Funds raised during our auction allow us to put on events like TEDxYouth, TEDxSA Women, and our Main Event. We are looking for local artists to donate painting or photography pieces for our silent auction. We want to represent San Antonio’s rich art community with our selection of pi
It’s almost time for the TED Talks in Cinemas event: TED 2016: Dream. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the opening night of TED 2016, broadcast for the first time on the big screen. TEDxSanAntonio will be at the Bijou Cinema Bistro to mingle and talk about our main event. Arrive early and come by to see us! Don’t forget: Our ticket give-away ends tomorrow, February 11th. To enter, just “like
Have you ever wanted to attend a national TED event? Not everyone can fly across the country, so here’s your chance to see the opening night of TED 2016: Dream. For the first time ever, select Santikos Theaters will be showing this cinema event, live from Vancouver, Canada on February 15th. TEDx San Antonio will be at the Santikos Bijou Cinema Bistro for this event! Come say hi and ask about our local main even
Come experience what the world looks like in the year 2035 & beyond this Saturday at The DoSeum where TEDxYouth@SanAntonio will present Made in the Future, a TEDxYouth event with middle and high school students and their supporters interacting with each other and, thanks to the power of idea sharing and technology, with more individuals worldwide to create dialog that harnesses energies and ideas that can impact