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Spark: decarbonisation

Tackling the hot topic that will keep our future cool.

Join us for this after-dark event, where we explore the race to limit climate change. With the world’s high-carbon economies being replaced by solar and wind, greener construction, electric transportation systems and sustainable agriculture – are we on the verge of a future where our ecosystems will be treasured as the source of all life or rather just providers of economic services?

Date: 7.00pm-9.30pm on Wednesday 11 May. 

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Short Spark: decarbonisation

Broaden your understanding and knowledge of decarbonisation during this lunchtime session.

Learn about advances in the most significant energy transition of all time with a motivating presentation by Future Crunch, followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Date: 1pm-1.30pm on Wednesday 11 May. 

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Open Studio: meet the Library fellows

Join us behind the scenes to meet some of this year’s Library Fellows, hear about their work in progress and explore how they’re enriching Victorians’ understanding of who we are, where we’ve been and where we’re going.

Date: 11am-3pm from Friday 13 to Saturday 14 May.

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Georgina Humphries art and storytelling workshop

Turn recycled items into art in this interactive workshop with Melbourne-based artist Georgina Humphries.

Date: 10.30am-2.00pm on Saturday 14 May. 

Update: Due to illness, this event has unfortunately been cancelled. All registered attendees will be contacted via email but for any questions, please get in touch via email at knowledge@melbourne.vic.gov.au.

Musical monoliths

Popping up at the Library, this multiplayer installation game consists of four musical pillars, each representing a different musical instrument. Each pillar is embedded with sensors activated by close proximity movement.

Date: 10am-6pm from Monday 9 to Sunday 15 May.

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Inventions changing our world

Daniel Mahon

In this panel discussion, moderated by Diletta Legowo, attendees will hear from founders who are impacting our changing world through their product or service innovation. 

Date: 5.30pm-7.00pm on Thursday 12 May.

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Partner

This event is part of narrm ngarrgu | Melbourne Knowledge Week, 9 May – 15 May 2022, proudly presented by the City of Melbourne.