Media & Technology

The Dreaming

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Drop into the Nook to see episodes of the acclaimed television series The Dreaming - animated films of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander storytelling.  Throughout NAIDOC week, Screenarts and the State Library will show the award-winning animated series The Dreaming.
Protecting our rights online

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Digital technologies are becoming part of our everyday lives. But with these increases in connectivity, convenience, and efficiency come many risks to our privacy, security, and safety online. In this session, we will explore some of the ethical questions about modern digital technologies and consider how they can create risks, cause harm, and undermine our rights online.

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We know the world needs to change – but what do we do about it, and how can young people make their voice heard? Whether it’s climate action, mental health or trans rights – whatever your passion, this session offers a crash course in advocacy, activism and how to bring about the change you want to see in the world.
SMaRT technologies and MICROfactories creating products from waste

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We can start a new ‘green materials’ revolution and advance Australian manufacturing, be more sustainable and create new jobs. Professor Veena Sahajwalla explores how we can take so called “end of life” waste products and reform them into materials for remanufacturing.
A virtual panel discussion

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What makes the streets so interesting to photographers? A panel of contemporary photographers and artists will explore the metaphor of the ‘street as theatre’.
The modern street photographer

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Choose between virtual or in person tours of the Izzy exhibition. This tour traces the development of Izzy’s unique photographic style and considers the artistic importance of his work.