Archive for the 'TEDx' Category

Poskah Dua’s Mind Reading TedxTalk

Posted by Michael on April 26th, 2019

Poskah Dua spoke at TEDxSGGSCC about the art and science of mind reading. Something for lunch on this Video Friday.

Matthew Stewart At TEDxUTSC

Posted by Michael on April 16th, 2019

Illusionist Matthew Stewart has performed all over the world as part of the act Will and Matt. He recently appeared alone, however, to talk at the TEDxUTSC event.

Franz Harary’s TED Talk

Posted by Michael on March 12th, 2019

We haven’t featured a TED Talk recently, but now that Franz Harary has posted his we figured it needed to be shared! He covers a good deal of ground so get comfortable and pay attention.

Why Magic Is Important TEDxVazhuthacaud

Posted by Michael on October 6th, 2017

It’s a little long (as are most of the TEDxTalks), but it is always interesting to hear people explain their views on the importance of magic, doubly so when these views come from somewhere as far away as India. The presenter, Rajamoorthy, has been performing for over two decades!

TEDx: The Clairvoyants

Posted by Michael on September 8th, 2017

Just in case you missed TEDxKlagenfurt, the Clairvoyants (Thommie Ten and Amelie van Tass) performed a short routine which is perfect for this Video Friday. It is just a little longer than we normally share (at just under 20 minutes), but it is Video Friday…

Vinh Giang On Presentation And Showmanship

Posted by Michael on August 18th, 2017

This is a longer video (about 20 minutes)… perfect for lunch! In it Vinh Giang shares a video of a TEDx Talk he did (we aren’t sure where) on magic and showmanship. We do know, though, that you can see more on Vinh Giang on his official website and that this video was presented on the 52 Cards YouTube Page.

Dean Carnegie At TEDxFoggyBottom

Posted by Michael on August 2nd, 2017

Chavez School of Magic graduate (and author of the Magic Detective blog) Dean Carnegie spoke at the TEDxFoggyBottom about what draws people to magic. It is a bit shorter than some TEDxTalks at just under 10 minutes.