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During the TEDxManhattan pre-event at the American Museum of Natural History, museum staff made a video, below, featuring speakers and attendees talking about food, farming and the museum’s food exhibit, “Our Global Kitchen.” You can also see photos from the pre-event on Flickr. “Our Global Kitchen” runs through August 11, 2013.
Photos from TEDxManhattan 2013, which took place on Feb. 16, can now be seen on Flickr. The collection, tagged “TEDxManhattan,” also includes photos from the Feb. 15 pre-event at the Museum of Natural History.
TEDxManhattan will be streamed live on the Internet on Saturday, February 16th. Please join us from 10:30am – 5:45pm at https://new.livestream.com/tedx/manhattan2013.
2013 TEDxManhattan speaker Tama Matsuoka Wong visited the cafe at Hearst Tower yesterday, where the chefs prepared a special meal using plants she foraged. Read more.
Have you missed our Twitter chats with this year’s speakers? You can see them on Storify - so far we’ve chatted with Cheryl Kollin, Ann Cooper & Tama Matsuoka Wong. And don’t miss this week’s chats on Feb. 7 – Maisie Greenawalt chats at 4 pm EST, and Peter Lehner chats at 4:30! Use #TEDxMan to join the chats.
As TEDxManhattan 2013 approaches, we’re checking in with those who’ve presented in past years. Today we get an update from 2011 speaker Elizabeth U, of Finance for Food.
TEDxManhattan speakers and sponsors have donated a number of fantastic prizes to be given away throughout the event. They will be randomly awarded in a variety of ways: through live drawings, to those who tweet about the event using #TEDxMan, to contributors to our suggestion box at the event and to attendees at official TEDxManhattan viewing parties. Read more.
Calling All Foodies & Farmers: Share photographs that illustrate how you are Changing the Way We Eat! To celebrate the third TEDxManhattan conference, we are inviting people from around the world to upload personal photos that show what they are doing to move toward a more sustainable, delicious and nutritious food culture. Learn how to get involved – and see what others have submitted - on our Facebook page.