Provisional Programme and Registration

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TEDxUniversityofManchester will be held in the Kanaris Lecture Theatre at the Manchester Museum on 28 March 2013 from 4pm to 9pm including refreshments. TED is a non-profit organization devoted to ‘ideas worth sharing.’ TEDx is an independently organised TED event linked to a specific location, in our case the University of Manchester. During the event there will be around 8 speakers, 5 of which have been confirmed so far:

Professor Clive Agnew, Vice President for Teaching, Learning & Students at the University of Manchester will be talking about the future of university education in the 21st century.

Shahbaz Hussain, a world renowned tabla player will come and play the tabla and discuss teaching the art of Tabla.

Elliot Woods, one half of Kimchi and Chips will talk about the installations he makes with his partner Mimi Son. Their installations challenge the way people relate to each other and their environments.

Professor Julian Dodd, lecturer at the University of Manchester will discuss the intersections between music and philosophy.

Singer Songwriter Nancy Elizabeth conjures up beautiful atmospheres with her enchanting songs in between which she will talk about the process of writing those songs.

Space is limited to 100 seats, so if you are interested in attending this TEDx event, we ask that you write a short 150 word statement describing who you are, and what you think you can gain or give to TEDxUniversityofManchester Send this to us at tedx@manchester.ac.uk and follow us via this website.

After we have made a selection of invitees you will be asked to pay a £10 registration fee.

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