David Walsh from Weekend Notes writes about Adelaide and its many attractions. In this piece he explores Open State.
InDaily announces that Richard Watson, the renowned futurist, will speak at the SA top 100 event.
5AA's Alan Hickey discusses Open State with program director, Sarah Thomas.
Open State in 2017 promises to address challenges, devise solutions and translate ideas into action.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural program, Open State has six themes – Future Food, Future Human, Future Enterprise, Future Planet, Future Cities and Future Democracy.
InDaily's Susie Keen speaks with Open State speaker and curator, Fiona Kerr.
The Advertiser covered The Winnovation Awards, calling for more nominations!
Alexander Betts is Professor of Forced Migration and International Affairs, and Director of the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford.
His research on refugee and other forced-migration populations has challenged us to find a positive way to manage global migration.
How do you galvanise a state’s businesses, not-for-profit organisations, universities and community groups to embrace innovation? The Mandarin helps call for new events for 2017.
Be involved. This year, we have a focus on turning ideas into action across six themes: future planet, future democracy, future food, future human, future enterprise and future cities.
We’re delighted to announce the Open State Festival will return to Adelaide from 28 September – 8 October 2017 for even more collaboration, innovation, ideas and enterprise. The events will include a range of talks, debates, panels, showcases, demonstrations, workshops and other community activities.