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Time Traveling to 2020, 2030 and Beyond

20 April 2005

‘Time Traveling to 2020, 2030 and Beyond: A Festival of Learning in Search of More Sustainable Futures for Ballarat and Planet Earth’, discussion proposal will be flown from Booth 27 of the Mining Exchange, Ballarat, Saturday 23rd of April”,


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"A 'kite' called: The first sketch of 'Time Traveling to 2020, 2030 and Beyond: A Festival of Learning in Search of More Sustainable Futures for Ballarat and Planet Earth', will be flown from Booth 27 of the Mining Exchange, during the Industry Expo' of the Ballarat Film Festival, 10am to 4pm on Saturday 23rd of April", said Culture Lab member Graham Bird.

"The three steps of this proposed 2006-2007 Festival are intended to create 'rich conversations' between:

  • children and their parents,
  • employers, workers and the "under-employed",
  • people of different faiths or political positions;
  • teachers and students, and
  • the City, its Citizens and others, both Australia wide and Internationally (through attracting visitors or by internet links).

"The Festival proposal:

  • is inspired by the belief that we are expecting too much of our children and doing too little about adult eco-literacy;
  • would bring people together in a dynamic culture of learning where art, science and management overlap and illuminate each other; and
  • could build on the Ballarat 2030 Planning Process and help achieve '...in 2010, the City of Ballarat is recognised, nationally and internationally as a Learning City."

"Inquiries about the 23rd April media and performance presentation, or other opportunities to learn about the Festival concept, can be made on 5338 4641", concluded Mr Bird.

Issued by Graham Bird, Wednesday, April 20, 2005.
Culture Lab International
PO Box W65 WEST BALLARAT 3350
grah@culturelab.org.au and www.culturelab.org.au/

5338 4641 MOB: 0404 214 729


Contact Details
Graham Bird
Ph:  +613 5338 4641
info@culturelab.org.au


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