TEDxOslo 2013

Paradox of Plenty

Nov 27

TEDxOsloWomen – TEDWomen viewing party – 5. desember

TEDxWomen2013TEDWomen – Invented here – går av stabelen i San Fransisco torsdag 5. desember.

“TEDWomen 2013 will channel the bootstrap spirit of Silicon Valley to celebrate invention in all its forms.”

TEDxOslo viser første sesjon “To Be Is to Do” via live streaming. Kom og bli inspirert!

Som live live foredragsholder kommer Malin Kulseth fra kompetanseformidlingen for å fortelle om ideen bak konseptet – Kompetanseformidlingen skal utfordre våre forestillinger om hvem som er best egnet til hva, uavhengig av faktorer som kjønn, alder og etnisitet.
 
Dato: Torsdag 5. desember
Tid: 19.30-21.30
Sted: Kulturhuset@ Youngstorget 3 – i “boksen”.
Billetter: Det er et begrenset antall plasser denne gangen – 45 stk, så vi ber om at alle som ønsker å delta sender mail med navn, til salon@tedxoslo.com 

Bar og cafe vil være åpne under hele eventet.

For fullstendig program for TEDWomen 2013, se her.

Vel møtt!

TEDxOslo

TEDWomen is a TED event curated by TED and Pat Mitchell that focuses on women and women’s issues. TEDxWomen events are TEDx events hosted around the live webcast of TEDWomen, and may also feature local speakers. Our event is called TEDxOsloWomen and is one of many TEDx events happening around the globe on December 5 that will expand on the ideas brought up at TEDWomen.

Nov 9

TEDxOsloSalon#5 – 15. november på Kulturhuset

Gammel kunnskap kan ikke benyttes for å løse alle nåtidens og fremtidens utfordringer. I forskningsmiljøene utvikles ny kunnskap i et raskt tempo, noe som gjør det som læres bort i skolen utdatert. Hvordan skaper vi interesse for vitenskap og teknologi blant barn og unge, og hvorfor er det viktig?

Dato: Fredag 15. november
Tid: 17.00-19.00 (dørene er åpne hele dagen)
Sted: Kulturhuset@ Youngstorget 3.

Bar og cafe vil være åpne under hele eventet.

Foredragsholdere
Hanne Serine Finstad er forsker (dr.philos) i biokjemi og Fabrikksjef i Forskerfabrikken AS. Forskerfarbrikken tilbyr barn og unge fritidskurs innen forskning (i fag som biologi, kjemi, fysikk og matte).

Adam Scheuring er elektroingeniør fra Budapest, og en av initiativtakerne bak Makers Space Oslo. The Makers Movement blir av bladet The Economist omtalt som den tredje industrielle revolusjonen som vil digitaliserer produksjonen og dermed forandre måten varer blir laget på, som igjen vil skape endringer i jobb- og utdanningssektoren. (innlegget vil være på engelsk).

Billetter
Vi ber om at du gir beskjed om at du ønsker å delta på eventet ved å sende en epost til salon@tedxoslo.com med navn og evt. selskap. Om du sender mail på vegne av flere personer, ønsker vi navn, selskap og epost på samtlige deltakere. Billetter til TEDxOsloSalon er gratis.

TEDxOsloSalon is a small monthly recurring event that keeps the TEDxOslo community engaged between the larger annual events. As part of the TEDxOslo community we look forward to your contribution; taking part in discussing the topic, and finding new ideas to share.

Nov 9

Thank you!

Photo by Axel Haugan

Thank you to everyone who contributed in making TEDxOslo2013 a success- participants, speakers, partners and teamsters! 

In a couple of days all the talks will be available to watch. We will keep you posted.

 

 THANK YOU!

Thomas Hylland Eriksen – for kicking it all off!
Iffit Qureshi – for reminding us of all the fantastic people in Oslo
Jo Røislien – for showing us that data mining and big sets of data can’t fix it all
Bendik Hovik Kjeldsberg – for blowing us away!
Rannveig Revhaug and Ole-Petter Arneberg – for giving us pause for thought
Arne Krokan – for showing us the new possibilities within education
Sunniva Rose – for exposing us to new sources of energy
Hulda Holtvedt – for explaining the new ways of our youth’s engagement
Rick Falkvinge – for teaching us how to move the masses in these days of plenty
Erlend Apneseth – for opening our minds!
Miriam Goldstein – for revealing the true nature of the garbage patch
John Wood – for re-designing design
Johanne Borthne – for designing our urban spaces
Stefan Ibsen Zlatanos – for opening us up for angles
Anne Dubrau – for creating value where others saw none
Mari Stølan – for reinventing retail
Aris Theophilakis – for challenging us on how we share all the plenty
Per Sundnes – for being a paradox of plenty!

 

Oct 29

We are streaming Thursday´s event

TEDxOsloWe are giving you a chance to watch the event through our website, during the day.

Follow this link:

http://tedxoslo.com/live-2013/

Oct 27

Musician: Stefan Ibsen Zlatanos

StefanStefan Ibsen Zlatanos is a professional pianist, with a M.A. from the Norwegian Academy of Music with additional training from the Hans Eisler Hochschule für Musik Berlin. He started playing the piano when he was 5 years old and has focused on music ever since.

Today he works as a freelance musician who is widely requested for his talent and versatility which spans from classical music, jazz, contemporary music, folk music from different countries, as well as more popular genres. He also composes his own music, makes arrangements of existing pieces and is a gifted singer.

Foto: Sigurd Haug

Oct 26

Instagram competition – your pic of the Paradox of Plenty!

 

Only 5 Days left before TEDxOslo 2013!

Are you the lucky winner of a free weekend with an electrical car from Move About?

To participate in the competition you only need to share pictures you think show the Paradox of Plenty, the theme of this years event. Hashtag your photo #paradoxofplenty and post it on Instagram. The winner will be announced at the event the 31st of October – don’t hesitate – start taking photos of the abundance!

TEDxOslo on Instagram

#paradoxofplenty on Facebook

Read more about the first electric carpool in the world at www.moveabout.no

Good luck :)

Oct 23

Tickets for 2013 event sold out

Tickets for this years’ event are now sold out and we are really excited to see everyone that got hold of tickets for a fantastic day at Dansens Hus.

If you did not get hold of a ticket, rest assured – we will be streaming the event. You will find the link for stremaing here and on our Facebook page in a couple of days.

Oct 21

Musician: Bendik Hovik Kjeldsberg

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Bendik Hovik Kjeldsberg will perform at TEDx with his new musical project “Hit Me Like White Noise”. Kjeldsberg is currently studying music composition at the Norwegian Music Academy, focusing on electronic music. He writes music for dance and theatre, tour with the german electronic music artist Pantha du Prince and produce and play drums for various norwegian bands, such as Shimmering, Bendik and Synne Sanden.

At TEDx he will preform a short electronic live set on a variety of  percussion and electronic instruments. He will be joined by live visual artist Sigurd Ytre–Arne.

 

Oct 20

Speaker: Ole-Petter Arneberg

OlePetterOle-Petter Arneberg has written short prose and poetry where the experience of new-media and video games has had a central role, working on the expanded or reduced freedom imposed on a human being connected to an interactive screen. His debut MEPÅNO (Flamme Forlag, 2008) is a collection of coming-of-age-stories, and his electronic literature piece “LIFE 2.0” (Flamme Forlag, 2012) is a poetry-game where the player can form a narrative of words related to the primary functions of a human being.

Ole-Petter is going to preform digital poetry on stage together with Rannveig Revhaug.

Oct 20

Speaker: Rannveig Revhaug

rannveig_revhaugRannveig Revhaug is a copywriter with the market and communications department at Westerdals Høyskole. Her videowork “Realtime”, a documentation of search terms entered in a Norwegian search engine through 24 weeks, was exhibited at the 2011 Høstutstillingen. In Revhaugs first book “IRL”, (Flamme Forlag, 2010) a keystroke has dissolved the boundaries between everyday life, computer games and imagination. The young woman finds herself in a world where alligators roam free in the streets, fruit platters exceed decoration and playing Solitaire is a day job as good as any.

Rannveig is going to preform digital poetry on stage together with Ole-Petter Arneberg.

 

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