Organised by the City of Marion’s Community Leadership Program, the event is part of their ‘Common Thread’ initiative, which brings together sustainability, the arts, and practical do-it-yourself know-how, and connects likeminded people.
Along with a number of other speakers presenting on the theme of ‘Sustainability: A Living Expression’, Sharon will talk about the role of digital technology in furthering the sharing and collaborative movement in Adelaide and beyond, including examples of what’s already happening and how we could build on our existing community sharing assets.
The venue features a licenced bar and snacks are available for purchase.
Entry is free, but registration is essential.
Date + time:
Wednesday 6 May, 6.45pm – 9pm
‘Pecha Kucha’ (Japanese for ‘chit-chat’) is a presentation style where a series of 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total), ensuring concise and fast-paced presentations.