returns to Woodstock, Saturday
Saturday, Sept. 23, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.—WOODSTOCK—“Ideas worth spreading” returns to the Woodstock community with the second TEDxHartlandHill hosted at Billings Farm & Museum.
This year’s theme, The Art of Living, will explore the art of finding balance and purpose in life. A diverse lineup of local, national, and international speakers will share their unique perspectives and experiences from the academic to the artistic, the concrete to the cutting edge.
This event will explore the art of finding balance and purpose in our lives. It features a diverse lineup of speakers who will share their unique perspectives and experiences from the academic to the artistic, the concrete to the cutting edge.
“Now that we have made it through the pandemic, the conversation has shifted,” event organizers state. “Questions of how we create a life worth living have become an ever more central theme. What do we find important? How can we find more happiness and purpose?” those will be the central themes of this years event.
The conference will consist of extraordinary speakers, interactive displays, music, & lunch available on campus with viewing both from the theatre and barn. Tickets include the Closing Garden Party featuring local music, food and spirits and the much-loved TEDx Swag Bag.
8:30-9 a.m. Coffee, check in.
9-11 a.m. Session one: Art, The Curatorial Practice of Living with Shanta Lee
The Art of Living (with Impermanence) with Adrian Tans and Agneiszka Pilat
Session One will end with a portion of time to meet and mingle with speakers and participants in the Barn.
11 a.m.-12 p.m. Session two: Innovation Rocket, A Repurposed Life – Upcyling Bernie’s Mitten Maker with Jen Ellis and Snow Raven (SUOR)
12-2 p.m. Lunch
1-2 p.m. Speakers Q&A (lunch and learn) in the barn. Participants with Barn seating will have reserved seating for Speakers Q&A presentations. Theatre seat participants are welcome to join with available supplemental seating and standing room.
2-3:30 p.m. Session 3: Inspiration. When the Reporter Becomes His Story with Mike Sugerman
Body Neutrality is So Much More Than Neutral with Bon Allen
How a Mother and Daughter Reclaimed their Lives From Mental Illness with Sonja Wasden & Rachel Siddoway
Cheese and spirits tasting featuring Billings Farm cheese, Blake Hill preserves, Silo & Killington Distillery
3:30-5 p.m. Co-existense. Global Lessons from the Middle East: Tech, Dialogue, & Shared Interests with Tomer Cohen
Save the World. Watch a Movie (…Made by a Woman)with Rachel Feldman and Jermaine Moore
5-6 p.m. Closing garden party
For more info visit:TEDxHartlandHill.org.