In this program, three different TED Talks are screened every week. Each screening is hosted by a volunteer and followed by a facilitated discussion in the style of a philosopher’s café.
Room: Piano Room
Please register at 604-669-5051. This program is by donation.
• Why our universe might exist on a knifeedge (Gian Giudice)
• The math and magic of origami (Robert Lang)
• Cooking as alchemy (Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche)
• A lesson on looking (Amy Herman)
• Technology that knows what you`re feeling (Poppy Crum)
• Unseen footage untamed nature (Karen Bass)
• How fascism is so tempting and how your data could power it (Yuval Noah Harari)
• How (and why) Russia hacked the US election (Laura Galante)
• My invention that made peace with lions (Richard Turere)
• The passing of time caught in a single photo (Stephen Wilkes)
• Why sneakers are a great investment (Josh Luber)
• Why people believe they can`t draw (Graham Shaw)