In this episode Mark Sylvester talks to Dr. Andy Brooks about the March TEDxSantaBarbaraSalon Sea Level Rising: The Local Socio-Economic Impacts, and the April TEDxSantaBarbaraAdventure at the Carpinteria Salt March, part of the UC Natural Reserve System.
Jessica will expertly guide our Salon discussion by leading us through an evening that starts off talking about language and its power, then transitions to the power of language in books.
In this TEDxSantaBarbaraSalon we’ve invited Jessica Viera, Director of Sustainability at Goleta-based, Appel Sciences. She’s curated a set of TED talks related to our topic that will open your mind to new ideas that you may not have considered.
In this short show we learn more about Tara and her vision for the Tastes of TEDx program and a bit about how she curated our recent Salon – if you missed it, you’ll not want to miss the next one.
The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History holds a vast treasure of specimens collected over the past 100 years. Dr. Krista Fahy will lead us through her favorites as she show us the Museum’s Vertebrate Zoology Collection. You’ll see otters from the 1800’s and hear what she’s learned by studying their hair, as well as birds from around the region and what can be learned by examining them.
In this episode, Tara and Mark discuss the hidden gems of the Funk Zone and what she’s prepared for our 90-minute tour on June 18th. She explains why we’re only having 20 people join us on this Adventure, so don’t miss your chance to get this unique perspective on this growing area of town.
Hear our “Who’s watching us?” TEDxSantaBarbara Salon guest moderator, Michael Mongold, Director of Information Security at Deckers Brands and Mark Sylvester discuss this fascinating topic in this short podcast. Tickets available here for the May 28th event.
In this episode, we talk with Christopher Foley, a member of the Core Team, who has been with us since 2010, when we produced TEDxAmericanRiviera. He’s the guy who makes sure that everything technical works as scheduled on the day of the show
Each year we come up with an abstract theme that gives us a lot of latitude when it comes to selecting ideas and speakers. A conversation with our design team.
In this episode Executive Producer and host Mark Sylvester explains just how we select our speakers.