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Viewing Party – ‘Changing the Way We Eat’

January 5th, 2012 | 4 Comments | Posted in Announcement, calendar, Event, Featured

Title: Viewing Party – TEDxManhattan ‘Changing the Way We Eat’
Location: The Green Hall Collaboration Space at Washington University, One Brookings Drive
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Description: On Saturday, January 21, 2012, TEDxManhattan “Changing the Way We Eat” will be held at the Times Center in New York City.

LOCATION: Preston M. Green Hall, 2nd floor common area, above archway, One Brookings Drive

TIMING: We will be showing a live telecast and invite you to come for part or the whole day.


SPONSORS: The Burning Kumquat, Bon Appetit, Office of Sustainability at Washington University, Transition Missouri, Chipotle, Slow Money St. Louis

This one-day TEDx event will explore the food system — from what happened, to where we are, to what we are doing to shift to a more sustainable way of eating and farming. The goal of “Changing the Way We Eat” is to create new synergies, connections and collaborations across disciplines, to unite different areas of the food movement and to introduce the TEDx audience to the exciting and innovative work being done in this field. The Glynwood Institute for Sustainable Food and Farming is the lead sponsor for TEDxManhattan.
Start Time: 09:30
Date: 2012-01-21
End Time: 16:30

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4 Responses to “Viewing Party – ‘Changing the Way We Eat’”

  1. Pat Hanlon McHugh Says:

    Can this Slow Food TEDx be streamed to PC’s?  (I’m not the sharpest Internet user, but do stream PopTech every year.)

  2. BD Says:
  3. Kelly Says:

    Yes, I believe it can be streamed to PC’s

  4. Kelly Says:

    LOCATION DETAILS: The Green Hall Collaboration Space at Washington University, Preston M Green Hall (corner of Skinker and Forest Park Parkway), Check Campus map here bldg 45 http://wustl.edu/community/visitors

    PARKING INFORMATION: Yellow spaces are fair game on weekends without purchasing a parking permit. There is a large parking lot right next to Green Hall with many yellow spaces. There’s also about twenty, 2-hour metered parking spaces along Brookings Drive near Green Hall.

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