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The inaugural TEDxAtlantaWomen will be held on Nov 4, 2022 at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Midtown Atlanta. 

The 2023 TEDxAtlanta Mainstage event will be held on March 17, 2023 at the Rialto Center for the Arts.

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A group discount rate is available for bulk purchases of 20 or more tickets to an event. Contact hello[at]TEDxAtlanta[dot]com for more details. 

We encourage everyone to dress to express!  At live events, photo ops are aplenty so wear what makes you feel amazing but never a tie or a suit!

TEDxAtlanta attendees range in age from 14 to 75!

Our events are curated for a general audience with the recognition that not all the topics will be considered age-appropriate for younger members of the audience. We encourage you to exercise discretion as you consider including those under 16 in your party.

Since the talks are recorded inside the theater, we do ask that infants not attend. 

Due to the volume of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose idea has been added to the shortlist. Shortlisted applicants are notified 5-6 months prior to the event date. 

Yes, our official name is Ideas into Action and we are a Georgia-registered 501c3 nonprofit. Our tax ID is 27-2303339.

We are a TED licensee which means we organize events and adventures following TED rules and guidelines but are fiscally, operationally and editorially independent.

We are a licensee of TED which means that we organize events under the TEDxAtlanta name following guidelines and rules set by TED. But operationally, financially and editorially, we are independent. 

Instead the live and virtual events, and adventures are possible because of the support and generosity of sponsors, partners and donors as well as ticket sales.  

The content is released under the Creative Commons license that does not allow “derivative works” of any kind (edits, cuts, re-mixes, mashups, etc.) without explicit permission from TEDxAtlanta. 

We do encourage you to use the share the button on YouTube and embed the code snippet onto your website or share the video via the generated YouTube link. 

Working journalists are welcome to join us personally as attendees. For media passes, please feel free to contact us at hello [at]

We give priority to requests from journalists who:

  • Work for media outlets capable of reaching large or influential audiences
  • Have a track record of insightful coverage in areas related to TEDx events or TED
  • Have a specific commission for coverage of the conference (not just of specific speakers or attendees)


While cameras are not allowed inside the auditorium, we are happy to evaluate all requests for conference footage. We do not admit outside photographers without prior permission.

We are unable to consider press passes for freelancers without an assignment letter from the outlet for which you wish to report.