What is TEDxAtlanta?
An annual independently organized conference operating under license from TED. In 2018, TEDxPeachtree and TEDxAtlanta merged to become the new TEDxAtlanta. Both were founded in 2009 and are among the first TEDx groups to host a TEDx event that year.
The new TEDxAtlanta’s 2019 conference will be held on March 15, 2019 at the Rialto Center for the Arts.
Who is behind TEDxAtlanta?
TEDxAtlanta is a Georgia non-profit that is organized by an all-volunteer team.
How can I volunteer?
Volunteers are the backbone of any community based event. Volunteers tend to be people who are as passionate as we are about ideas worth spreading. We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help bring TEDxAtlanta to life. If you’re interested in helping out, we’d love to hear from you.
How are speakers selected for the conference?
How do I nominate a speaker?
How long does the nomination process take?
How much are tickets?
How is money raised from ticket sales and sponsorships used?
What is the dress code?
Can I re-edit and/or remix TEDxAtlanta Talks?
How do I request an image of TEDxAtlanta?
How do I request an interview with TEDxAtlanta team member or speaker?
Are media passes offered?
Are tickets reserved seating or general assembly?
Interested parties may self-nominate or nominate another individual by filling out a form online.
Complete the ‘Suggest a Speaker’ form and submit. This form goes directly to our Speaker Curation team.
Due to the high volume of qualified nominees we receive, review by the curating team can take anywhere from three weeks up to three months.
Please sign up for updates to be the first to receive an email alert when tickets for upcoming events, including the annual flagship event in March, go on sale.
Funds raised are used to pay for the cost to produce the annual flagship conference and other events throughout the year. TEDxAtlanta is an all-volunteer group. No one is paid.
TEDxAtlanta is one of more than 2,900 TEDx groups across the globe. The conference is an immersive one-day experience comprised of the official spoken program and extended networking breaks in between speaker sessions. Attendees are encouraged to converse with conference speakers during breaks, get to know new people and explore new ideas and perspectives throughout the day.
Finally, in the spirit of TED, talks are non-commercial and non-partisan in nature. Attendees are expected to stay the entire duration of the conference.
Wear clothes, but rock whatever feels right. Business casual, jeans and a t, or ball gown. All great options! Attendees of the creative persuasion are encouraged to dress to express.
No. Our Creative Commons license clearly states that “derivative works” of any kind (edits, cuts, re-mixes, mashups, etc.) are not allowed without explicit permission from TEDxAtlanta and the speaker.
TEDxPeachtree images from 2009 to 2017, please go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/tedxpeachtree/albums to download the
For TEDxAtlanta images from 2009 to 2015 and the new TEDxAtlanta images (2018 and later), please go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/tedxatlanta/albums
Note usage terms. Images are to be shared under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/
Please send an email to hello [at] TEDxAtlanta [dot] com. Be sure to indicate your deadline in the email subject line. Your email should
include the following:
· Brief background on your interview request
· Proposed publication date
· Your deadline
Journalists are welcome to apply personally as attendees. For media passes, please feel free to contact us.
Tickets are general assembly for conference attendees. You can purchase tickets separately as they do not reserve a specific seat. We recommend arriving when the doors open or soon after to give you and your party enough time before the event starts to find seats together.