• February 15 - June 7, 2017
  • 6:30 pm
  • California Institute of Integral Studies
    1453 Mission Street
    San Francisco, CA 94103
Add to Calendar 02/15/2017 6:30 pm 06/07/2017 America/Los_Angeles BIG IDEAS at CIIS Big Ideas at CIIS is a series of talks that brings you into the conversation about life’s most interesting and important topics. You’ll be taken on a guided tour of the most intriguing and significant ideas in a given field, and find out how these concepts are relevant to the world today. California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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TICKETS: $10/$15 at the door
ENTIRE SERIES: $30 for 4 lectures

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Big Ideas at CIIS is a series of talks that brings you into the conversation about life’s most interesting and important topics. You’ll be taken on a guided tour of the most intriguing and significant ideas in a given field, and find out how these concepts are relevant to the world today. Cutting edge thought-leaders turn their passion and knowledge into practical insights designed to enrich your life, challenge your assumptions, and broaden your horizons. You’ll have the chance to share ideas and connect with other people, and walk away thinking about your own big ideas.

Big Ideas at CIIS

Creativity and the Future
Alfonso Montuori

The Promise of Psychedelic Healing and the Future for Medicine
Natalie Metz

Social Change Through Expressive Arts
Danielle Drake

The Science of Friendship
Christine Brooks


Past BIG IDEAS at CIIS Talks
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Creativity and the Future
Alfonso Montuori

Listen to Your Soul Speak
Alzak Amlani

Scientific Discoveries to Transform Your Health
Meg Jordan

Neurodiversity and Creativity
Nick Walker

What Can We Learn from Zombies?
Zara Zimbardo

How to Eat Like it Matters
Michelle Glowa

Myth in the News
Craig Chalquist

What is Literature For?
Carolyn Cooke

Why Study the Universe?
Brian Swimme

Why Poetry Is Not a Luxury
Brynn Saito

How to Talk About Diversity
Denise Boston

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