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2018 Disrupted Festival of Ideas to explore technology and humanity

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A free festival of lively and entertaining speakers is set to take place at the State Library of Western Australia this weekend (July 28-29 2018), focusing on the topic of technology and its impact on humanity.

The 2018 Disrupted Festival of Ideas features a comprehensive program of speakers and activities that aim to inspire conversation, provoke ideas and encourage change.

The weekend will include inspirational presentations, discussion panels, conversations and interactive activities. Keynote speakers include Craig Silvey, Genevieve Bell and Munjed al Muderis.

The opening presentation by Western Australian author, Craig Silvey, explores the importance of reading to and with young people, and how this timeless and simple human gift might just save our species.

All Disrupted events are free, however registration is required for some sessions. Keynote and panel sessions will be live-streamed through the Disrupted website, Facebook and YouTube.

Source: WA Government

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