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#MKW17 - Collider: Art > Business > Creation
Thu. 4 May 2017, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm AEST
Collider: Art > Business > Creation
Enter startup heartland Cremorne, for a day of interactive workshops with co-working lab Launchpad. Get inspired by quirky workshops covering weird role models, how diversity inspires creativity, finding motivation to get off the couch, and how to create Melbourne.
This event will involved 10 workshops during the day with one networking event in the evening. Please keep checking the website for updated details of each workshop.
Please choose only 1 workshop per session.
Arrival & Mixing
9am Launchpad 3 Tram Stage
10am Launchpad 3 Tram Stage - Art, automatiom and social identity by Betty Sargeant
10am Launchpad 2 Daintree - Accessible Art in the Gig Economy by Kristian Terry
11am Launchpad 3 Tram Stage - Radically yours by Mykel Dixon
11am Launchpad 2 Daintree - Australia: get off the couch! by David Thomas
Noon - food trucks in the carpark will be open for food sale
1pm Launchpad 3 Tram Stage - When life gives you lemons, make lemon…aid! Beating breast cancer and creating a foundation. by Rachelle Panitz
1pm Launchpad 2 Daintree - Trust. The new fronteer by Stephan Graf
2pm Launchpad 3 Tram Stage - Reimagining workspaces panel with host, James Tuckerman or
2pm Launchpad 2 Daintree - Creating More by Oli Sansom
3pm Launchpad 3 Tram Stage - #babeswithballs - the benefits of female led business by Jess Thomas
3pm Launchpad 2 Daintree - Excuse me! My pants have something to say by David Giles-Kaye
4.30pm Launchpad 3 Tram Stage
Melbourne Knowledge Week
Melbourne Knowledge Week is a week-long festival that melds, art, technology, business and science to explore and co-create our future city. Over 80 new wave events have been designed to inspire curious minds to collide and collaborate to bring future-focused ideas to life.
Throw yourself into a week full of innovation and creativity where you’ll hear from international industry leaders, test cutting-edge technology, taste future food and help to solve Melbourne’s future challenges.