Open State program has now launched

Posted
21 August 2017

South Australia looks to the future - futurists, designers, entrepreneurs, writers and business leaders will soon come together in Adelaide for Open State 2017. 

Now in its second year, the Open State festival will bring together local and global identities who are passionate about examining our world and encouraging others to collaborate and create their future. Open State 2017 is bigger than last year with more than 100 events and workshops to be hosted by more than 150 partner organisations from business, community, government and universities.  

This year’s program explores the themes of Future Human, Future Planet, Future Cities Future Food, Future Enterprise and Future Democracy. Speakers include former White House technology adviser Beth Noveck, English futurist Richard Watson and Chair of Climate-KIC Australia Dr Jemma Green, CEO of Climate-KIC Europe Kirsten Dunlop and author Bruce Pascoe.

Head over to the Open State website today: openstate.com.au