What Does it Take? Science, Art, Wonder
Can you see a future where artists, scientists and business work together to find creative solutions to big problems? It may exist in fragile ecosystems but how can it be sustained?
Considering the innovations that Leonardo da Vinci was dreaming up more than 500 years ago, what conditions are required for great ideas to be drawn up for the 21st Century?
Patronage was an important catalyst for the Renaissance. What is the role of business and universities in the 21 Century? How can we revision and resource the creative research ecosystem? Many of the speakers have dual or multi disciplinary backgrounds, artist and scientist, scientist and musician, scientist to artist, business science artist, are we all inherently trans-disciplinary?
CULTURE AT WORK will be hosting a panel discussion between artists, scientists, business strategists, technologists and educators at the UTS Business School Chau Chak Auditorium in the Ghery Building. Join us for a discussion regarding the future of trans-disciplinary creativity and business. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A and networking opportunity. Refreshments can be purchased at the bar.
SPEAKERS: Professor Roy Green, Dean of UTS Business School (MC and Moderator).
Nigel Andrade, global lead partner, Customer Value & Pivotal Events Labs, A. T. Kearney
Professor Judith Smith, Dean of science UTS.
Sam Gentle, Technologist in residence at Culture At Work.
Jennie Feyen, Artist and Film Maker, 2016 Art-Science Residency.
Evan Shellshear, Ebex.
Brad Lorge, Managing Director, Premonition.
Carolyn Cardinet artist in residence 2017.
Curated by Sherryl Ryan – Founder, Culture at Work.
Thank you to UTS for providing the venue for the event.
DATE AND TIME:
Tuesday 13 June 2017
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm AEST (Ticketed event)
UTS Business School (Building 8)
14-28 Ultimo Road
Ultimo, NSW 2007