Program

Saturday 14 July

Solo event,

Renewable energy futures for Australia and the world

1pm - 1.50pm | Saturday 14 July

Led by South Australia, Denmark, Germany, Scotland and California, we are heading for an energy future based entirely on renewable energy and efficient energy use. This system will be reliable, affordable and environmentally sound. The potholes on the way result from the political power of vested interests.

Panel,

Can big data help you age well?

1pm - 1.50pm | Saturday 14 July

How can those working with big data be influenced by what matters most to you? Leaders from successful national and regional registries and computer scientists discuss how big data can influence your health and well-being by informing clinicians, health care providers, and aged care providers about you.

Panel,

What privilege panel – Notice, disrupt and reframe supremacy thinking

1pm - 1.50pm | Saturday 14 July

We are all players in a complex, global game of power and privilege. We all know the game. The rules are rigged. This session explores colonial mindsets, risk adversity, Treaty and power dynamics in disability arts, to equitably create a world we all want to live in.

Oration,

Graeme Hugo Memorial Lecture: Does migration drive up house prices?

1pm - 1.50pm | Saturday 14 July

Housing has become unaffordable in many developed countries – in Australia perhaps more so than in others. A particularly evocative explanation is that the volume of immigration is mostly to blame. Chris Leishman will aim to expose the degree of truth of this view, and hopes to introduce some new, disruptive and challenging ideas as food for thought for researchers and politicians alike.

In conversation, Art = Ideas,

Aldo Iacobelli in conversation with Maria Zagala

1.30pm - 2.30pm | Saturday 14 July

Maria Zagala (Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Art Gallery of SA) specialises in Italian Renaissance art. She is particularly interested in the way that Iacobelli’s multidisciplinary practice draws on European art history.

UniSA Oral History Hub Launch

1:30pm | Saturday 14 July

The vision for the Hub is to connect the community with oral history, through easier online access to audio recordings and by encouraging individuals to create their own oral history and digital stories. If we don't aim to capture these rich oral stories now they will be lost forever.

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