If you are planning on applying to TEDxYouth@BrayfordPool on 4 November 2017, here are three handy pieces of content to help you shape your presentation: 1. 2 minute read article Be clear, compelling and yourself; 7 steps to a great presentation: https://www.fastcompany.com/3022070/the-7-steps-to-delivering-a-mind-blowing-ted-talk 2. 8 minute watch video Chris Anderson, TED curator, gives his insight into … Continue reading Top tips for delivering a memorable TED talk
TEDxYouth@BrayfordPool are seeking dynamic young speakers and performers from across the UK to share their ideas with an audience in Lincoln (UK) on Saturday 4th November on the theme of: TEDxYouth@BrayfordPool is inviting speakers and performers between 16 and 26 years old to tell the TEDxYouth community how they would help shape and create our … Continue reading Inspired thinkers & creative souls for TEDxYouth@BrayfordPool!
“beneath the city they have buried certain words which can never be spoken again” On days where I get no human email correspondences, I can rely on poets.org’s Poem A Day to provide me with inspiration and entertainment (sign up to their mailing list here). This poem, Utopian, was emailed round on April 22nd 2016 ( … Continue reading Utopian: A poem by Alicia Ostriker
This contemporary artist is best known for his billboard style, one line poems, which he displays in public spaces. Beyond the tenderness of his one liners, the deliberate way his work is positioned outside of normal ‘gallery spaces’ means that people take must take a moment when they encounter his work, whether they were expecting … Continue reading Tender, Powerful & Poignant: Robert Montgomery’s visual poetry
Clause 40 We will not sell, or deny, or delay right or justice to any- Confused as to what you’re reading? Clause 40 is one of the most referred to clauses in Magna Carta: ‘We will not sell, or deny, or delay right or justice to anyone’. The foundation of the US Bill … Continue reading Hail to the Haiku: Re-formatting Magna Carta
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