Vivid Ideas presents a full day of provocative conversations at City Recital Hall on Sunday 3 June, kicking off with the Inaugural Mark Colvin Conversation debate on the topic: Are schools and society fostering or stifling imagination? Then NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Visual Strategist Dan Goods will discuss creativity with Bernie Hobbs. After that, Director of Game Research and Development at Institute for the Future, Jane McGonigal, will talk about AI, VR and gaming with Kriti Sharma, a leading global voice on artificial intelligence. 15% off tickets for Inspiring Australia partners.
In the spirit of the late, great broadcaster and journalist, The Mark Colvin Conversation throws open a lively debate. The topic: Are schools and society fostering or stifling imagination?
RocKwiz and Home Delivery host Julia Zemiro will deliberate on proceedings. Joining her will be songstress Megan Washington and a panel of educators, writers and commentators including Lucy Clark, Prof Robyn Ewing and Benjamin Law.
City Recital Hall, 3 June, 11.30am-12.30pm
Then, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Visual Strategist and co-curator of the Museum of Awe Dan Goods will discuss how creativity and science interplay with ABC TV’s Bernie Hobbs. Explore his passion and approach to concepts and creativity that turn the complex or abstract into captivating, meaningful and powerful communications.
City Recital Hall, 3 June, 2-3.30pm
After that, Director of Game Research and Development at Institute for the Future, Jane McGonigal, will then be joined by Kriti Sharma, a leading global voice on artificial intelligence to explore the latest developments in AI, VR and gaming and what sort of society we’re creating with technology. These pioneering women will be joined on stage by host, Marc Fennell.
City Recital Hall, 3 June, 5pm-6.30pm
Inspiring Australia partners can enter the code AH15VS18 when purchasing tickets for any of the above events to get a 15% discount on all ticket types for A Reserve seats.