The creative directors of Little Fluffy Clouds, Jerry van de Beek and Betsy de Fries, are pleased to be giving a half a TED talk at the San Francisco de Young Fine Arts Museum, as part of, Micro-Presentations – Orange Nights: Amsterdam and San Francisco. The talks, part of an on-going series exploring the connection between the two cities, take place on Friday, May 31st, 2013. … And we call it half a TED because it’s half the usual length of a regular TED talk.
Our talk, focusing on design and advertising, features stills from more than 26 past LFC productions in a Power Point presentation (yes! PPT slides…) that we had to make for the event. … I guess in fine art museums the still image is de rigueur! We intend to dazzle the audience with some very fetching eye candy while they learn a little about production.
It’s just one part of the museum’s wonderful programing of late Friday night offerings. Tickets to the talks are available for free. Get them at the Koret Auditorium located within the museum anytime from 6pm onwards.
Along with us others on the same bill will talk about: City Bike Culture; Urban Sustainability; HIV research and The Hippie Movement and Changing Drug Culture. … We guess ours is the (little) Fluffy (clouds) part of the program.