Over the coming weeks, LCD Founder Grant Hall will be making two presentations about his research into the links between Burning Man and innovation.
Dates, times, locations:
Monday 17 June 2019, 9:30am, at the University of South Australia (City West Campus).
Sunday 23 June to Wednesday 26 June 2019 at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy (as part AIMAC 2019, the 15th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management). Day and time to be determined.
Please contact us if you’d like to attend either of the presentations!
About the presentations:
Project webpage: www.artsfestivalsinnovation.com
Burning Man is a week-long counter-cultural event held each year in the Nevada desert in the USA. Regarded by many as the greatest party on earth, Burning Man is famous for many things, including gigantic ephemeral art that springs forth from the desert, the radical self-expression of its community as they push the barriers of creativity, and the extreme environment of its site. Burning Man is also famous for innovation, and world leading innovators such as Sergey Brin, Larry Page, Tony Hsieh, Mark Zuckerberg, Alexis Ohanian, Jeff Bezos, Drew Houston and Elon Musk (who is quoted as saying “Burning Man is Silicon Valley”) are among some of the more well-known entrepreneurs who have attended Burning Man. I have been interviewing innovators from around the world about their Burning Man experiences to learn more about the links between the event and innovation. In this presentation, I will present his research findings which sheds light on the way we learn and innovate, and on the transformational power of arts and co-creation activities.
Sponsors and financial supporters.
- University of South Australia
- The Australian Government
- The Honourable Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia
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