We’re pleased to be working with the World Trade Center Seattle on our first TEDxSeattle Cafe’ of 2017, Compassion as a Power Tool on June 7th. The cafe’ format is a more casual opportunity to hear from a previous TEDxSeattle speaker, learn more about how the all-volunteer effort that is TEDxSeattle works as well as […]
Our theme this year is Changing Places. We will have more details on the time, the speaker nominations and selection process and ticket sales later. Never been to TEDxSeattle? Here’s a look at last year’s. Music by David Fesliyan @fesliyanstudios.com
Seattle Repertory Theatre’s production of King Charles III, imagines life in the United Kingdom under the reign of a new monarch. Join us for an exclusive pre-show event.
Our theme for the November 19th event was Greater Than and it was an amazing experience for the sold out crowd of 2,500 people who watched 16 speakers and performers at McCaw Hall. We also showcased two TED videos at the event. James Veitch on the agony of trying to unsubscribe, and Michael Murphy on architecture that’s […]
Astronomy on Tap features accessible, engaging science presentations on topics ranging from planets to black holes to the beginning of the Universe.
The fun begins bright and early with a STEM seminar, discussion of the science behind iFLY, and then take flight in wind speeds of up to 200 miles per hour!
We’re excited to partner with this one-of-a-kind cocktail bar for an event where you will experience a special TEDxSeattle cocktail and engaging conversation centered on sharing ideas.
Join us as we paddle through Lake Union and the heart of the city. Hear stories of the rich local and natural history that has made Seattle and its waterways a special place.
TEDxSeattle is excited to be partnering with Estates Wine Room to announce a handful of the TEDxSeattle 2016 Speakers along with a complimentary wine tasting journey through the Pacific Northwest.
Come help us solve one of the greatest mysteries alive by channeling your inner field biologist as we hike and camp alongside Animal Planet’s ‘Finding Bigfoot’ host Ranae Holland.
Guided by this year’s theme, “Space Between,” we’ll spend the day exploring what lies between what is and what might be. Our speakers will explore inspiration and implementation, cause and effect, the intergalactic and the inter-cellular, the past, the present and futures unknown.
Here in Seattle we have rethought aviation, what computers can be, what our parks and open spaces are, what a coffee house can be, and much more.