Join a range of speakers, facilitators, artists and performers over two days to contribute to the national debate on innovation and creativity.

This year’s Disrupted - Festival of Ideas is centred on change. It will explore the theme of small movements gathering momentum to seed big changes, with the provocative play on words subtitle of Subject to Change.

Join over 30 change-makers in over 30 discussions, workshops, conversations and installations.

  • Big thinkers Waleed Aly, Dr Susan Carland and Liam Young will share the world and engage with the audience in open Q&A sessions.
  • Share in the intimate 60 minute conversations between mavericks for change June Oscar & Victoria Laurie and Kevin Vinsen & Loren Kronemyer.
  • Join discussions and debates with leading advocates and thinkers on topics such as Connecting to Country, Taking Back the City and Dismantling Gender Politics.
  • Get involved with a series of interventions, installations and workshops.

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Price

  • Free

Where

State Library of WA

Perth Cultural Centre, 25 Francis Street, Perth WA 6000

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