As part of Vivid Ideas, Culture At Work will present a night of thoughtful conversation to stimulate the intellect and imagination. Exploring the synergetic influences of science, art and wonder in creating an environment for inspiration, a panel of diverse, authoritative speakers will discuss the importance of collaboration among educational, business and artistic institutions for future development.
History proves with example after example that all true innovation comes from the overlap of disciplines – science is as important to art and music as music and art are to science. Commerce and business thrive on artistic and scientific input and conversely help feed and sustain those pursuits.
Culture At Work will be hosting a panel discussion among artists, scientists and business strategists at the Chau Chak Building. Join them for a discussion regarding the future of trans-disciplinary creativity and business. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A and networking opportunity with refreshments.
Professor Roy Green, Dean of UTS Business School
Nigel Andrade, global lead partner, Customer Value & Pivotal Events Labs, A. T Kearney
Sam Gentle, Technologist in residence at Culture At Work
Professor Judith Smith, Dean of science UTS
Jennie Feyen, Artist and Film Maker, 2016 artist in residence at Culture At Work
Louise Walsh, Chief Executive Officer Future Generation Investment Company & Future Generation Global Investment Company
Tue 13 June, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
UTS Business School (Building 8)
14-28 Ultimo Road,Ultimo,
Culture At Work – Vivid Ideas