S P A C E
WHEN / WHERE
May 2019 / Byron Bay
Full event design and delivery.
To build a collective of unlike minds with a passion for making a more ambitious Australia (and world). Our aim is to gather diverse sets of people to challenge points-of-view and unlock new insights on old perspectives. We’re not here to agree on everything, we’re not here to learn or to network. We’re here to get shit done. To move Australia forward at an exponential rate of change, powered by the most inspiring minds in the country.
There were no spectators and no speakers at s p a c e, making the fully immersive experience completely participatory. s p a c e cadets brought an open mind and a willingness to share what was on it, ensuring their brain and ideas were active for the full three days. We disconnected in one of the most inspiring places on earth, immersed in conversations with strangers, agitators and restless activators, and explored existing ideas in different contexts, s p a c e was where ideas meet influence.
“Sensational.” – Russel Howcroft, panellist on the ABC’s The Gruen Transfer
“Changed the way I think.” – Roy Page, Principal, Heathfield High School Adelaide
“Had the energy of the early days of TED.” – Jon Yeo, TEDx Melbourne Licensee
s p a c e CADET BLOG REVIEWS
Adriano Di Prato: Transformational Leaders Don’t Start By Denying
Erin Collett: Ideation Constellations: A Method In Connecting Unlikely Ideas
Jodie Metaxiotis: Into s p a c e
Julie Anne Longano: So What Was That s p a c e Series Thing All About
Kate Fennessy: Returning From s p a c e
Lacey Filipich: Surprising s p a c e For Thought… And Action
Madeleine Grummet: Post s p a c e Series Synthesis
Mel Kettle: s p a c e – A Time To Be
Susie Hopkins: The Impact Of Going To s p a c e