TEDxEastEnd 2017 Activities
Here is what you can get involved with during the breaks…
F&B – FOOD AND DRINKS
Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
Passar Parola will provide refreshments at the bars in the main theatre as well as a creperie in HE2.
At Stage 3 you’ll find hot drinks, a full bar, snack as well as yummy Indonesian food.
1. CHANGE PLEASE COFFEE CART
We’ve joined up with Change Please to create mobile exhibitions to spread art to new areas of the city and raise awareness of the social enterprise which helps homeless people train up as Baristas. The first cart features work by Luke Marsh, Rebecca Lindsay-Addy and Claire Esnault.
Grab your feel good coffee in HE2 during the breaks.
2. SPEAKERS CAFE
Join our speakers for a more in-depth conversation!
3. #beyondborders: AN EXHIBITION
Artwork by Chris Alton, Felix Bahret, Naomi Ellis and Ellie Wyatt.
Along with: SEA SQUAD: CHEERLEADING AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE by Liam Geary Baulch
Sea Squad uses cheerleading to discuss climate change, colonialism, and capitalism. It models taking action on a team in formation, leading as a group. As the sea’s temperature increases so does its mass. Will we wait for the rising of the masses or the seas before we act on climate change?
4. #beyondborders INSTAGRAM BOOTH
5. RATCHET CLOTHING GIFT SHOP
Join the movement. We have partnered with Ratchet Clothing to create a graphic shirt that represents our mission, designed by TEDxEastEnd speaker Dhillan Bhardwaj.
Available at the gift shop or online at ratchetclothing.co.uk
6. TIME2MOVE – WALK THIS WAY BOOTH
@ 2.45pm and 5.15pm
Join Time2Move during the breaks for a fascinating 30 mins tour of the local area. You’ll learn all about Hackney and more importantly you’ll also learn how easy it is to get moving in the fight against blood clots.
7. BEYOND ME SESSIONS – IDEAS INTO ACTION
@ 2.45pm and 5.15pm
Learn about how to give to charities effectively. BeyondMe will run two sessions during the breaks on how you can give your time, money and skills to impact local and global causes.
8. STAGE 3 BAR
BENJAMIN EVANS – THROUGH THE EAST END
Benjamin Evans is an Australian photographer currently residing in East London. He has exhibited his work in both solo and group shows internationally, and his photographs have been included in numerous print publications. Evans is a self-taught, analogue photographer, who is currently progressing both commissioned and personal projects.
9. HACKNEY MUSEUM: MAKE YOUR OWN PROTEST AND JOIN THE MOVEMENT
Inspired by the signs and posters seen at protests? Make your own poster with us!
10. INTERACTIVE TOUR AT HACKNEY MUSEUM – THE PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF HACKNEY
Discover how Hackney has been shaped by its migrant history with Hackney Museum’s Learning Manager Emma Winch. Explore the suitcases and stories of people who have made Hackney their home from all over the world; from the first people to settle in Hackney 1500 years ago, to economic migrants and people seeking refuge throughout the 20th century to the present day.