30 May 2019
Day one of Creative State Summit 2019, featured a Vanilla Ice reference in the first 10 minutes, 11 keynote presentations ranging from building creative ecologies to the future of digital art, panels tackling the new fashion ecosystem and workshops reframing self-care in the arts.
Street artist Rone challenged landlords to share their space with artists, ACMI's Chief Experience Office Seb Chan challenged museums to be democratic spaces and Arts Access Victoria's CEO Caroline Bowditch challenged all of us to ensure art was inclusive for everyone.
The conversation continued with #CreativeState trending all day while interactive exhibit by Marc O'Matic kept everyone busy between trips to the catering table.
Day one done and dusted, day two features micro-amusement parks, noise drawers and playable cities. Join us from 9am at Melbourne Museum or stream it live over at Facebook.
Don’t forget to have your say on the future of Victoria’s Creative Industries and share your thoughts on the ideas wall. Not at the Summit but still have an idea? You can @ us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.