How can we nurture innovation and creativity to rise to the challenges of the 21st century, and allow space for creative thinking in our workplaces and...
How can we nurture innovation and creativity to rise to the challenges of the 21st century, and allow space for creative thinking in our workplaces and education systems? Hear from visionary thinkers in the spheres of education policy, video art and fiction on how they use creative problem solving to meet challenges in their life and work.
Pasi Sahlberg is an internationally renowned author and education expert whose recent work looks at the importance of play. He is Professor of Education Policy at the University of New South Wales.
Lynette Wallworth is an Emmy award-winning Australian filmmaker working on the cutting-edge of media technology. In 2016, Lynette was named one of Foreign Policy magazine’s ‘100 Leading Global Thinkers’.
Jessie Tu trained as a classical violinist and is a writer of poetry and creative fiction. Her debut novel A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing won the 2021 ABIA award for Literary Fiction Book of the Year.
Together they share their experiences showing that creativity and innovation are not just the well-spring of the arts and technology, but are important in all spheres of work and life.
Presented by the UNSW Centre for Ideas and the Faculty of Arts, Design & Architecture.