Cover image of TED Talks Art
(126)

Rank #107 in Arts category

Arts
Society & Culture
History

TED Talks Art

Updated about 1 month ago

Rank #107 in Arts category

Arts
Society & Culture
History
Read more

Some of the world's greatest artists, designers, photographers and architects showcase their work and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.

Read more

Some of the world's greatest artists, designers, photographers and architects showcase their work and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.

iTunes Ratings

126 Ratings
Average Ratings
76
21
10
10
9

Very good

By NarutoUzumaki333 - Jan 30 2018
Read more
I love ted talks. I would love to see an episode on shoes.

iTunes Ratings

126 Ratings
Average Ratings
76
21
10
10
9

Very good

By NarutoUzumaki333 - Jan 30 2018
Read more
I love ted talks. I would love to see an episode on shoes.
Cover image of TED Talks Art

TED Talks Art

Updated about 1 month ago

Rank #107 in Arts category

Read more

Some of the world's greatest artists, designers, photographers and architects showcase their work and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.

Warning: This podcast data isn't working.

This means that the episode rankings aren't working properly. Please revisit us at a later time to get the best episodes of this podcast!

Rank #1: Architectural secrets of the world's ancient wonders | Brandon Clifford

Podcast cover
Read more
How did ancient civilizations move massive stones to build Stonehenge, the Pyramids and the Easter Island statues? In this quick, delightful talk, TED Fellow Brandon Clifford reveals some architectural secrets of the past and shows how we can use these ingenious techniques to build today. "In an era where we design buildings to last 30, maybe 60 years, I would love to learn how to create something that could entertain for an eternity," he says.
Jun 21 2019
4 mins
Play

Rank #2: "A Bird Made of Birds" | Sarah Kay

Podcast cover
Read more
"The universe has already written the poem you were planning on writing," says Sarah Kay, quoting her friend, poet Kaveh Akbar. Performing "A Bird Made of Birds," she shares how and where she finds poetry. (Kay is also the host of TED's podcast "Sincerely, X." Listen on the Luminary podcast app at luminary.link/ted)
Jun 21 2019
4 mins
Play

Rank #3: Floating cities, the LEGO House and other architectural forms of the future | Bjarke Ingels

Podcast cover
Read more
Design gives form to the future, says architect Bjarke Ingels. In this worldwide tour of his team's projects, journey to a waste-to-energy power plant (that doubles as an alpine ski slope) and the LEGO Home of the Brick in Denmark -- and catch a glimpse of cutting-edge flood resilience infrastructure in New York City as well as an ambitious plan to create floating, sustainable cities that are adapted to climate change.
Jun 03 2019
15 mins
Play

Rank #4: Mind-blowing stage sculptures that fuse music and technology | Es Devlin

Podcast cover
Read more
It starts with a sketch. Then it evolves into a larger-than-life visual masterpiece, a celebration of human connection. Follow along as legendary artist and designer Es Devlin takes us on a visual tour of her work -- including iconic stage sculptures she's created for Beyoncé, Adele, Kanye West, U2 and more -- and previews her design for the upcoming World Expo 2020 in Dubai.
May 03 2019
16 mins
Play

Rank #5: Three ideas. Three contradictions. Or not. | Hannah Gadsby

Podcast cover
Read more
Hannah Gadsby's groundbreaking special "Nanette" broke comedy. In a talk about truth and purpose, she shares three ideas and three contradictions. Or not.
Apr 29 2019
18 mins
Play

Rank #6: Public art that turns cities into playgrounds of the imagination | Helen Marriage

Podcast cover
Read more
Visual artist Helen Marriage stages astonishing, large-scale public art events that expand the boundaries of what's possible. In this visual tour of her work, she tells the story of three cities she transformed into playgrounds of the imagination -- picture London with a giant mechanical elephant marching through it -- and shows what happens when people stop to marvel and experience a moment together.
Apr 03 2019
12 mins
Play

Rank #7: Why I turned Chicago's abandoned homes into art | Amanda Williams

Podcast cover
Read more
Amanda Williams shares her lifelong fascination with the complexity of color: from her experiences with race and redlining to her discovery of color theory to her work as a visual artist. Journey with Williams to Chicago's South Side and explore "Color(ed) Theory," a two-year art project in which she painted soon-to-be-demolished houses bold, monochromatic colors infused with local meaning -- catalyzing conversations and making the hidden visible.
Mar 19 2019
13 mins
Play

Rank #8: Stunning buildings made from raw, imperfect materials | Débora Mesa Molina

Podcast cover
Read more
What would it take to reimagine the limits of architecture? Débora Mesa Molina offers some answers in this breathtaking, visual tour of her work, showing how structures can be made with overlooked materials and unconventional methods -- or even extracted from the guts of the earth. "The world around us is an infinite source of inspiration if we are curious enough to see beneath the surface of things," she says.
Jan 24 2019
12 mins
Play

Rank #9: Museums should honor the everyday, not just the extraordinary | Ariana Curtis

Podcast cover
Read more
Who deserves to be in a museum? For too long, the answer has been "the extraordinary" -- those aspirational historymakers who inspire us with their successes. But those stories are limiting, says museum curator Ariana Curtis. In a visionary talk, she imagines how museums can more accurately represent history by honoring the lives of people both extraordinary and everyday, prominent and hidden -- and amplify diverse perspectives that should have always been included.
Dec 21 2018
12 mins
Play

Rank #10: A lesson on looking | Amy Herman

Podcast cover
Read more
Are you looking closely? Visual educator Amy Herman explains how to use art to enhance your powers of perception and find connections where they may not be apparent. Learn the techniques Herman uses to train Navy SEALs, doctors and crime scene investigators to convert observable details into actionable knowledge with this insightful talk.
Dec 06 2018
12 mins
Play

Similar Podcasts