TEDxTbilisi 2016 Photos on Flickr!

Our TEDxTbilisi photos now are on Flickr. Three photographers covered our event. Andro Dgebuadze, who previously also took photos (and spoke at TEDxTbilisi 2012) has great shots of speakers, and much much more, with a total of 231 photos. 

Rusudan Chuntishvili playing Johann S. Bach on the Conservatory's magnificent organ                                                                                Photo: Andro Dgebuadze

Find Andro's photos here

Vladimer Shioshvili's album (247 pictures) includes many audience shots, and some great photography from the gallery. 

Simon Janashia on Pedagogy of Life, at TEDxTbilisi 2016                                                                                                                                          Photo: Vladimer Shioshvili

For Vladimer's photos, please check here

We also have a rich collection of photos (356) from Stuart Nelson, see below. 

TEDxTbilisi 2016 Team listening to the talks.                                                                                                                                                                                Photo: Stuart Nelson 

Find Stuart's photos here

All of these photos are available under a Creative Commons license, i.e. you are free to use them, though please kindly attribute to the photographer. 

Thanks again for joining, thanks to our sponsors and partners! We will let you know when the videos are up.

April 17 - TEDxTbilisi 2016

It was a big day, sunny skies, great turnout, and we are now done with TEDxTbilisi 2016!  We loved the venue, at the Tbilisi State Conservatoire. 

TEDxTbilisi 2016 Speaker Shota Adamishvili                                      Photo: Vladimer Shioshvili

TEDxTbilisi 2016 Speaker Shota Adamishvili                                      Photo: Vladimer Shioshvili

Here is a picture looking down into the audience of TEDxTbilisi 2016. 

Photo: Vladimer Shioshvili

Photo: Vladimer Shioshvili

Our photographers are uploading the photos to Flickr (preview here), we will be in touch with all guests to send the post-event survey shortly, and are working on editing the videos. More here once all the photos are available, and we will also let you know when the videos are out. 

Thanks for joining, and again thanks to our partners & sponsors who made this event possible!

Your TEDxTbilisi 2016 Team

Event Details for TEDxTbilisi 2016

We are getting ready for TEDxTbilisi 2016. Guests (the event is sold out) should have received an email with further details, for the event on April 17 (Sunday). A handful of guests, especially those who received their tickets from others, may not have gotten that email. 

Key Details: 

Our venue is the V.Saradjishvili Tbilsi State Conservatoire, on 8-10 Griboedov Street. 

Registration will start from 11:30 am, doors to the event will open at 12:00 pm, TEDxTbilisi 2016 will begin at 12:30 pm. Note that there is no assigned seating, so we strongly recommend early arrival. 

There will be two breaks, with catering, and the TEDxTbilisi event at the Conservatoire is scheduled to end at approximately 6:00 pm. 

Please do use social media (#TEDxTbilisi) at the event, but please do not take photos or film once we start the event inside the Concert Hall. We have a camera crew, and several photographers on site. (Filming and taking photos is also against TED rules that we accepted as part of the license.)

Don't forget your ticket, and please don't bring a friend. We really are sold out, there are no extra seats in the venue. 

As you can see above, we had a rehearsal today. The venue looks great! 

We want to again highlight our generous sponsors and partners, who make this event possible. Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday!

Thank you to our Sponsors & Partners

As we are preparing for our event (tickets sold out, thanks for the great interest!), here a special thanks to all our Sponsors & Partners.

Our event is put on by enthusiastic volunteers, and the ticket price helps to cover a part of the cost, but the event with venue, food, drink, receptions, video recording, and many more items, is possible because of the generous support of these great companies and organizations below. 

It is their contribution that makes TEDxTbilisi happen. More on these sponsors and also on our partners here. From us: thank you! We look forward to the event on Sunday.