TEDActive 2012: Day 4 wrap-up

TEDActive 2012 draws to an end, but the sharing and memories don’t have to! Throughout the year check out the official TEDActive 2012 photo albums and the daily attendee photo albums, and check back here at the TEDActive Blog for updates on attendees, TEDYou speakers and Active Project developments.

Session 12: The Moment: Brené Brown closes the final session of TED2012 with a powerful follow-up to her 2010 talk on vulnerability. Here she poses the question, “How many of you, when you saw vulnerability up here [on the stage] thought it was pure courage?”

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

Color parade: TEDYou speaker Jessi Arrington helps attendees gear up for a final color parade as an encore to her talk on color earlier in the week.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

Everyone’s an architect: Artist Kiel Johnson‘s “Everyone’s an architect” project morphs from a pre-conference installation into a truly collaborative TEDActive experience. Pavegen Founder and CEO, Laurence Kemball-Cook, attendees, and representatives from Active Projects come together for a final photo after the official lighting of the TEDActive cardboard city. Read the story.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

FlagTag installation: As part of Megan Geckler’s FlagTag installation, attendees spent the week tagging the conference space with creative designs using the colors of the rainbow and simple, low cost materials. (Upload your FlatTag pics to Twitter using #flagtag to see them in the photo-stream!)

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

Farewell Pool Party: A local school band leads the color parade into the Main Pool as attendees cheer on new and old friends from this week.

(Photo: Feb. 27–March 2, 2012 Palm Springs, CA.  Michael Brands / TED)

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