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TEDxABQWomen 2017

Thursday Nov 2, 2017

423 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 768-3522
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The women of N.M. inspire, empower and transform ideas into reality.


From the spines of their backs to the rich stories from their lips, the women of New Mexico inspire, empower and transform ideas into reality. They build bridges, cross them, and sometimes they even burn them. TEDxABQWomen 2017 explores the many aspects of this year’s theme—Bridges—through talks from local leaders, performances and audience engagement.

During this time of deep divides and rising global challenges, TEDxABQWomen 2017 brings together ideas from entrepreneurs, innovators, artists, and activists—bridge builders in our community who are shaping the future of New Mexico.

See also: Found Objects

Building Bridges

TEDxABQWomen hits the KiMo Theatre (423 Central Ave. NW) this Thursday, Nov. 2 showing off a cadre of super-talented local femmes. Hosted by Nathalie Kossar, who recently published her own book of waggish humor titled Pattern Behavior: The Seamy Side of Fashion, the event also features the likes of Val Day-Sánchez, who will speak on diversity in media and the importance of addressing race in New Mexico and the country at large, as well as performers like dancers Crystal Zamora and Amanda Valdez. The theme of this event is “Bridges,” and all the performers and speakers are addressing the multiple avenues in which we can build these to foster greater connection and harmony in our community. This event, totally packed with talent, is well worth the $21 to $42 tickets. The presentations begin at 5pm.

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