This is Second Sake Tasting session and 1st Time Shochu Tasting Educational session in Bunbury.
Ticket information is the below link.
Design Thinking is a new approach to problem solving, providing you with the tools to enhance your creativity, innovation and outcomes. This solution-focussed process equips you with skills that can be used to achieve significantly better results for your business or organisation. The design thinking methodology can be applied to any issue, and is the perfect tool for thriving in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.
If you attend just one session for your business this year, make it this one.
The Creative Corner has assembled a dream team of industry leaders for a fun day of intensive interactions. Designed in the format of Speed Dating you can discuss your business with a diverse range of people with a wide range of expertise.
Register at: Eventbrite
Maker + Co, in partnership with Artsource, are project managing an interpretation and engagement process for the City of Mandurah as they seek public art for a major new traffic bridge. Maker’s involvement, led by our Creative Director Colette McEntee, will oversee the appointment of a creative team who will user art and innovation tell Mandurah’s stories in new ways.
We are looking for artists and innovators OUT OF THE BOX ideas to tell Mandurah’s stories around the city’s new traffic bridge, due for completion in early 2018.
Collaborations between traditional and non-traditional public artists, including those working with words, sound, light, the landscape and emerging techs, are encouraged to celebrate the connections local people and visitors have with the iconic Old Traffic Bridge. Tales of the Binjareb people, settlers, holidaymakers, and future visions of a welcoming and multicultural city will also be celebrated.
Artists are strongly encouraged to participate in a brainstorming day, Bridging Culture, on 12 May to develop early concepts that will inform the Expressions of Interest process.
Fairy Tales Turned Bad
What to take, and what to leave behind: Learning from The Bloody Chamber and Bluebeard
Australia Post Regional Pitchfest gives anyone from regional Australia with a BIG INNOVATIVE idea
the chance to pitch to an expert panel in front of a live audience.
FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN A SHARE OF $100,000+ IN PRIZES
It's our mission to contribute to the growth of entrepreneurship and innovation in regional Australia.
The Australia Post Regional Pitchfest is a national program of business growth opportunities and experiences for entrepreneurs and small business owners. The 2017 program includes a national pitching competition, networking events, business growth workshops, mentoring sessions, school entrepreneurship program, cash prizes and promotional opportunities. See the supporting events page for more information on each of the programs.
Australia Post is proud to be partnering with Regional Pitchfest, the University of Melbourne’s, Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) and a rapidly growing number of regional councils, business organisations and startup communities to deliver the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest program in 2017.
The Archetype of the Vampire (and it's pathetic demise)
Have you ever wondered why people like horror? Or why the vampire is always changing shape? If you’re thinking about writing science fiction, fantasy, dystopia or horror, or if just love reading it, you can be part of the ECU Arts program public lecture series on Speculative fiction with Dr Donna Mazza. Bring a pen and some paper because you might do a bit of writing and find out what’s lurking in the shadows of your own imagination.
Innovation Science Australia (ISA) is developing a long term strategic plan to maximise Australia’s innovation potential, positioning Australia to seize the next wave of economic prosperity and ensuring Australia’s wellbeing and economic growth in the future.
It will identify investment and infrastructure priorities and areas for consideration by government.
ISA would like to engage with businesses, industry, start-ups, research organisations, teaching institutions, government and non‐government agencies, investors and the broader community to identify ideas, solutions and opportunities for consideration in the Strategic Plan.