On The Horizon

Through discussion, performances, and explorations of implicit bias, we will seek to better understand how race shapes identity and how we relate to one another.


You’ve seen the talks, but have you been wanting to give one? Now is your chance! Sign up before June 1st.

Breakthrough discoveries and fresh perspectives don’t come from the commonplace, the routine, and the ordinary. They come from looking at the world in a new way. They come from taking the common and flipping it, turning it, and sometimes completely rejecting it.

Get ready to shake up the status quo with us on Saturday, June 16th at the Buell Theatre! TEDxMileHigh: Uncommon will feature two live sessions of speakers and dozens of experiences that will create a creative space to connect with like-minded individuals and accelerate new ideas.

Together, we will embrace the uniqueness in each of us, and accelerate big ideas to propel our world forward.

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Chances are you haven’t met a Master Penman nor a veteran-turned-fashion designer nor a brain scientist that gets a kick out of zombie films. Luckily, they’re part of our lineup for TEDxMileHigh: Uncommon!


Join the TEDxMileHigh team by becoming a volunteer—you won’t regret it.

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CONFERENCE DAY
Saturday, June 16
  
11:00 A – 12:30 PRegistration & ExhibitsBuell Lobby & Galleria
12:30 P – 2:30 PSession IBuell Theatre
2:30 P – 4:15 PIntermission, Lunch, & ExhibitsBuell Lobby, Galleria, and Sculpture Park
4:14 P – 6:15 PSession IIBuell Theatre
6:15 P – 7:15 PCocktail ReceptionBuell Lobby
6:15 P – 10:00 PAfter PartySkyline Park Beer Garden
1601 Arapahoe St.

SPEAKER LINEUP

Here's an official sneak-peek into the speakers and performers for TEDxMileHigh: Uncommon! Although we don't reveal the nature of their talks (it's top secret), you can discover more about the individuals on their profiles.* Stay tuned for more!

Aviv Ovadya Headshot

Aviv Ovadya

Digital Thought Leader
Duane Topping Headshot

Duane Topping

Fashion Designer

Elise Legendre

Singer Songwriter

Emelise Munoz

Prodigious Performer
Gerardo Lopez Headshot

Gerardo Lopez

Community Champion

Jake Weidmann

Visionary Craftsman

Jed R. Brubaker

Digital Identity Expert
KerrieJoy

KerrieJoy

Performance Poet
Kim Gorgens Headshot

Kim Gorgens

Brain Scientist

Lisa Raville

Public Health Advocate

P.J. Parmar

Medical Pioneer

Pat Ferrucci

Journalism Scholar

Romain Sepehr Vakilitabar

Compassionate Technologist
Sarah Konradi Headshot

Sarah Werner Konradi

Natural Designer
William Woodard Headshot

William Woodward

Violence Prevention Expert
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*Speakers and/or performers are subject to change.

On The Horizon

Breakthrough discoveries and fresh perspectives don’t come from the commonplace, the routine, and the ordinary. They come from looking at the world in a new way. They come from taking the common and flipping it, turning it, and sometimes completely rejecting it.

Get ready to shake up the status quo with us on Saturday, June 16th at the Buell Theatre! TEDxMileHigh: Uncommon will feature two live sessions of speakers and dozens of experiences that will create a creative space to connect with like-minded individuals and accelerate new ideas.

Together, we will embrace the uniqueness in each of us, and accelerate big ideas to propel our world forward.


Through discussion, performances, and explorations of implicit bias, we will seek to better understand how race shapes identity and how we relate to one another.


Chances are you haven’t met a Master Penman nor a veteran-turned-fashion designer nor a brain scientist that gets a kick out of zombie films. Luckily, they’re part of our lineup for TEDxMileHigh: Uncommon!


You’ve seen the talks, but have you been wanting to give one? Now is your chance! Sign up before June 29th.


Join the TEDxMileHigh team by becoming a volunteer—you won’t regret it.


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