29 June 2017
Ticket or no ticket, you can be part of the Creative State Summit action.
We'll be live streaming activity on the Main Stage all day long. Tune in via creativestatesummit.com to watch, listen and submit questions.
Check out some of the main stage sessions in store for day two:
- We're getting dangerous from 9.10am with a series of talks on dangerous ideas featuring Jacob Boehme, Creative Director of Yirramboi First Nations Arts Festival, and a keynote by astronaut and artist Dr Sarah Jane Pell
- At 10am Boehme and Pell will be joined by Michael Williams (The Wheeler Centre), Scott Price (Back to Back Theatre) and street artist Baby Guerilla to delve further into the risky, confronting, radical and controversial ideas discussed throughout the morning
- Audience diversity strategies will be the hot topic discussed by US expert Donna Walker-Kuhne (Vice President of Community Engagement at New Jersey Performing Arts Centre) from 11.15am
- At 11.40am money and funding will be the focus of a panel featuring: Cathy Hunt (Positive Solutions), Berry Liberman (Small Giants), Dr Mitzi Goldman (Documentary Australia Foundation), Christine Christian (Powerlinx Inc, State Library Victoria, Lonsec Fiscal Group) and Alan Crabbe (Pozible)
- Honor Eastly of the Starving Artist podcast will chair a panel on how to be commercial and creative featuring Paul Hoskins (Etsy), Jemma Birrell (Tablo) and Brodie Lancaster (Critic & Editor) at 12.20pm
- At 2pm tune in for Angelita Teo, the Director of the National Museum of Singapore, on the success of the museum and rise of Singapore as a creative industries hub
- Clora Roma (Co-Founder & Director of Projects, Laboratory for the City, Mexico) will explain the creation of a creative/experimental think tank in Mexico City at 2.25pm
- Trends driving gaming will be nutted out from 2.50pm by Ben Britten from Mighty Games Group, Creatrix Tiara (Creative Producer, Media-Maker), Ally McLean (Robot House), Katie Gall (Lumi Consulting) and Snow McNally (Game Designer)
- And at 4.15pm hear about what's on the frontiers of science and technology thanks to Tané Hunter & Dr Angus Hervey from science/technology/creative organisation Future Crunch.