*Together we will explore the nature of technology, morality and the agreements that shape our relationships, our societies and our future(s).
*Investigate the consciousness and creativity needed to meet the challenges and opportunities in this technological age.
As well as lectures from Orland, the event will include conversations, activities and workshops to encourage a deep exploration of our relationship to technology and our inner capacity to create change as human beings. Creative ways of digesting the work will be a key component of this event, which will also feature special options for younger people.
Orland Bishop combines a deep dedication to human rights advocacy and cultural renewal with an extensive study of medicine, naturopathy, psychology and indigenous cosmologies. He was a research fellow with the Centre for the Study of Violence and Social Change at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles and has consulted with many human development organisations.
The retreat centre is in beautiful grounds in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, easily accessible by bus. Accommodation is in twin share rooms for those who stay on site. Meals will be vegetarian and we will accommodate special dietary requests.
Due to the depth of work during this event there will be no day passes available. However, Orland will present at two public events:
*Public lecture: 7pm, 6th April in Melbourne, venue TBC
*Public panel alongside Bruce McKenzie, and further guests TBC, 7pm, 7th April at 207 Serpells Road, Templestowe VIC
Bookings not required for these.
All events are suitable for participants of all ages from 15 upwards.
Choose your contribution according to your level of income. Travel support and scholarships are also available to support participants under 38 (or those in need).
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