It’s less than a month until TEDxVienna will be back at Volkstheater with “On the Rise”, a conference about matters of increasing importance to us all. Our curators and the entire team worked hard to hand pick ideas that are worth spreading
Mark the 8th of October 2022 bold and red in your calendars! On that date, TEDxVienna is back at the Volkstheater awaiting you with a day full of eye-opening talks, addressing topics and ideas that are “On the Rise”. At the event,
Bad Fucking (pronounced “bahd fooking”) is not just the title of a 2013 Austrian comedy film (based on a novel of the same title by Kurt Palm), but also the former name of a village in Austria which the film is based
“Flow is an optimal state of consciousness, a peak state where we both feel and perform our best. We become so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter. The ego falls away. Time flies. Every action, movement and thought
There are two kinds of people: the ones who love to be surprised (hello, early bird ticket owners) and the ones who cannot wait for secrets, gifts, or in our case, the incredible speaker lineup of this year’s conference to be revealed.
One of the most memorable scenes from Meet Joe Black (1997) is the ironic one with a boardroom associate trying to explain the phrase “Nothing is certain but death and taxes” to Brad Pitt’s character, Death himself. “What an odd pairing,” came
“Creativity is about challenging the given and creating something parallel to it”. An Interview with Adrián Dozetas.
Fine brush strokes, defined by different colors, exaggerated sketches highlighting attributes or minimalist features evoking fine corners that outline the appearance and essence of a person by the hands of an artist, that is the art of portraiture dating back more than
Considered controversial by many, fanfiction tells us a lot about how and why different social groups interact with the stories around us.
Nowadays, meditation is widely used as a tool to calm one’s overly busy mind and to find a quiet place to unwind in one’s thoughts. The practice’s ability to generate a lasting positive impact on meditators’ everyday lives is intriguing and enticing.
Learn about the dangers of poetry, the lessons from collaboration, and the role of Ukrainian poets in this second part of our two-part interview with acclaimed poet, translator, and scholar Oksana Maksymchuk. For part 1, click here. This interview was conducted online