Grace Tame, George Peppou and Tracey Rogers are among the lineup of speakers and performers broadcasting straight out of the Sydney Opera House.
August 17, 2021
Cancelling events seemed to be a thing of the past, specifically, of 2020. But if this Delta variant has taught us anything, it's that we aren't out of the raincheck-woods just yet. Luckily, TEDxSydney will be gracing our laptop screens virtually on Friday, September 17.
Speakers will connect with audiences via a bespoke interactive platform to make the event as pandemic-proof as possible. The one-day event is jam-packed with diverse guests celebrating some of the brightest minds in Australia's science, technology, business, design, entertainment and innovation spaces. Over four sessions, there will be workshops, panel discussions and performances, all broadcast from the Sydney Opera House.
The theme for 2021 is Possible — diving into conversation, debate and action around what is possible in today's world. Speakers and performers include Australian of the Year 2021 Grace Tame; writer, poet and human rights activist Sara Saleh; co-founder and CEO of sustainable foodtech startup George Peppou; Indigenous strategist Shelley Reys AO and songwriter-computer scientist duo Uncanny Valley.
Standard registration is $180 and concession/NFP registration is $120, or you can get the full VIP experience for $1,000. You can register for TEDXSydney Possible here.