Wednesday was an amazing day and we are still buzzing with the excitement of engaging with the impressive youth of Frankston and The Mornington Peninsula. The ideas and speakers blew us away with their passion, ingenuity and willingness to create change.
As well as having amazingly talented speakers and delegates, we were lucky enough to have April Seymore along to share her amazing doodles and sketches based on the ideas of our speakers. Here is a sneak peak of some of the sketches made on the day. We cant wait to get our hands on the other sketches.
To see more of April’s amazing interpretations and ideas visit her website at: http://www.aprilseymore.com/
You can print pretty much anything you want with a 3D printer. In fact we actually printed out the letters for our event! All they need now is a good lick of paint and they will be ready to go.
The best thing about 3D printing is that you don’t have to wait until you have a printer to be a part of it. Our speaker Bernard Meade will share his ideas on how you can become involved in the 3D printing phenomenon at our event on Wednesday. To find out more about Bernard read his bio HERE.
We have had a number of tickets become available and we would love you to attend! Tickets are $17 and include a day of speakers ideas, entertainment and a lunch. If your interested contact us HERE and tell us how many tickets you would like and we will send you the details on how purchase the prized tickets.
TICKETS are LIMITED and will be allocated on a first in best dressed basis. Don’t Miss out. Hope to see you there from the TEDxYouth@Frankston Team.
Michael Farrah and Dion Brownfileds have been hugely influenced by the arts and know first hand the positive affects that this can have on ones life. This is what they are passionate about and now travel around Australia empowering young people particularly in Indigenous communities through the arts such as Hip Hop and Rap. Check out their bio HERE or watch the clip above to see the positive work these guys are doing all around Australia.
Having travelled to all corners of the world, Todd Rogerson has seen the problems that increased tourism can bring to particular regions and communities. But most importantly, he sees the potential for change through the positive behavior of individuals and companies through social enterprise.
To learn more about Todd read his bio HERE.
Dr Fiona Lander is an advocate for public health and human rights and has worked with NGO’s such as the World Health Organisation and the United Nations. We are excited to have Dr Fiona Lander on board and look forward to hearing her ideas. To read more about Dr Fiona Lander follow this link HERE.