Program

Panels

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AICSA Forum – A life in the arts: for love or money?

12pm - 1.30pm | Friday 13 July

If artists are true entrepreneurs, finding opportunities and securing investment and an audience for their work, why aren’t they valued more in our society? How can they build successful careers, become financially sustainable and be recognised for their contribution? Are artists pursuing their craft for love or for money?

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Match Tournament

4pm - 6pm | Friday 13 July

A fast-paced evening packed full of ideas about how local governments and communities can think differently about ageing. Hear from interdisciplinary teams as they pitch their ideas in the hope of winning a trip to Copenhagen as a part of the UniSA Match Tournament.

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3Ps of social enterprise: purpose, passion and people

4pm - 4.50pm | Friday 13 July

Join this panel of amazing social entrepreneurs who are successfully changing the world, one business at a time. Driven by passion, matching business acumen to purpose, and determined to make a difference to the lives of those who need it most.

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Big Change? The place of place

10.30am - 11.20am | Saturday 14 July

What does it take to make ‘big change’ happen? TACSI have been giving ‘big change’ a red hot go in Australia –  to reduce unemployment, to give kids a great start, to reduce recidivism,  to address Aboriginal over representation in the justice system, to build economic futures for towns and to rethink how we live as we age.

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The art of redemption

11.30am - 12.20pm|10.30am - 11am | Saturday 14 July

Does art-making have the potential to make the process of change visible to others – whether through dealing with mental health issues, or developing activities that can help prisoners to cope? Can art be a way to create a positive dialogue characterised by gratitude, support, encouragement and mutual learning?

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When a stranger calls

10.30am - 11.20am | Saturday 14 July

There are plenty among us who fear the notion of welcoming a stranger, an asylum seeker or a refugee. But after decades of immigration, how do we know who is from here and who is not? And does simply being born an Australian truly make you one?

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Do we belong here?

11.30am - 12.20pm | Saturday 14 July

In 1943, Manning Clark said that we must ask ‘Do we belong here?'. Join our panel members as they discuss the Aboriginal, environmental, civic, national, family and community implications of the question and share reflections on broader questions about whether we Australians of non-Indigenous background do indeed now belong here.

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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.

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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.

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L is for learning

1pm - 1.50pm | Saturday 14 July

Join us for an open discussion about who is best served by our current education practices and to consider why they aren’t working. How can we better engage young people through choice, exploration, inclusion and story and what can arts offer a curious mind?

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