- Free Disrupted Festival of Ideas to be held at the State Library on June 18 and 19
- Keynote speakers include Tom Tilley, Kado Muir and Veena Sahajwalla
- Honesty and truth are the themes of the Festival
The free Disrupted Festival of Ideas is returning to its traditional weekend format at the State Library of Western Australia on June 18 and 19, 2022.
This year's Disrupted Festival will explore the themes of honesty and truth. Speakers include Tom Tilley of Triple J fame, Kado Muir an Aboriginal artist, anthropologist and Indigenous rights activist, comedian Peter Rowsthorn, writer Liz Byrski and Veena Sahajwalla, a leading expert in the field of recycling science.
The two-day Festival will also include panel discussions on:
- gender equity;
- talking about death;
- fast fashion and a sustainable revolution; and
- ageing disgracefully.
If you cannot make it to the State Library on the day, sessions will be live streamed and available later on the State Library's YouTube page.
The Disrupted Festival program and more information are available on the State Library's website www.slwa.wa.gov.au.
Comments attributed to Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman:
"The Disrupted Festival of Ideas is a great free event to get you thinking and talking.
"I love this Disrupted Festival. It's a festival for the times! The themes and panel discussions will probe and stimulate thought, and debate important considerations during these disrupted times."
Minister's office - 6552 5400