We are so excited to let you know who our speakers will be at the upcoming TEDxNSCAD event on January 28th. There are a wide range of interesting topics delivered by engaging speakers and you need to be there! Get your tickets here: TEDxNSCAD Tickets.
PROGRAM OF SPEAKERS
NSCAD University is excited to announce its list of speakers for the upcoming TEDxNSCAD event on January 28th, 2018:
Adrian Fish — Tracing Germany’s History From its Abandoned Buildings.
Sandra Alfoldy — The Connected Hand
Jen and Keith from Solterre Designs — Sustainable building: what we can learn from Africa
Jeffrey Hagget — Making Halifax a ‘Music City’
Sara Hartland-Rowe — Twilights knowledge
Glen Hougan — Designing for Dignity
Jennifer Green — Material as an identity
Ken Schwartz — Building a Rural Culture
Tabitha Osler — From Plastic Bottle to raincoat – and back again!
Theo Ellison Street — The Science of Trust
Chantal Brine — The effect of Female Mentoring on Leadership
Nadine Ezzeddine — Inter-professional Collaborative Practice
Now is the time to get your tickets and be part of something that has ideas that will change the world. Be challenged! Be entertained! Be at TEDxNSCAD!
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