Monday, August 27, 2012
TEDxKC Returns to Kauffman Center Aug. 28
It's no big surprise that this season's TEDxKC event is already sold out. The popular TEDx tour has been around for quite some time now, attracting tech geeks and startup enthusiasts like moths to a flame. Lucky for us, TEDx is returning to Kansas City tomorrow, August 28, at one of Kansas City's iconic buildings, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
Too bad TEDxKC already sold out days ago. If you didn't purchase a ticket, you're going to miss out on some awesome speakers and performers including Samuel Arbesman (The Half-Life of Facts), Jeff Carter (Extreme Identity), Janine Shepherd (You Are Not Your Body), Max Strom (There is No App for Happiness), and many others (View a full list of presenters here!).
For those who have never had the privilege of attending TEDxKC, and were lucky enough to snag a ticket, here's what TEDx is all about: it's a program designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to simulate dialogue through experiences on a local level. TEDxKC will bring a suite of short, carefully prepared talks, demonstrations and performances on a wide range of subjects to foster learning, inspiration and wonder.
Miss the TEDxKC ticket train? Don't worry! TEDxKC will be back two more times this year on September 15th and December 1st.
Learn more about TEDxKC on August 28th.
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