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Digital Talk: Steve Mushin Term 3

12 August 2024

On-Demand Digital Talk | Stages 3 - 5

To celebrate science week join us for a wild chat with Steve Mushin, author of UltraWild, a groundbreaking graphic novel that unveils scientifically plausible ways to heal our planet and fight climate change.

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Term 3, 2024

Select a session to book or find out more through Dart Learning.

Watch the premiere on Monday 12 August at 10.30am or watch on-demand until 26 August

This digital program is available on demand from Monday 12 August until Monday 26 August from the comfort of your classroom.

If this book does not fire your imagination, nothing will. Steve Mushin doesn’t hold back when thinking about our green future; humanity needs all the ideas it can get to bring climate change under control, and this book is packed with them!

Professor James Renwick, climate scientist

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Inspire the new generation of designers, scientists and engineers

Steve Mushin is an industrial designer, artist and inventor who collaborates with scientists and engineers to solve perplexing problems that no one else seems to know what to do about - like what can be done with explosive cow gas or how to make bikes fly or cities transform into jungles as fast as possible. Steve has exhibited large-scale design drawings and models around Australia and in Japan. He works between Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, and in 2015 received an Australian Design Honours award for his work in sustainable futures thinking. Ultrawild is Steve's first book.

Developed over seven years, Ultrawild is an optimistic book about creative thinking, science, technology, engineering and maths and the potential for massive change. Filled with laugh-out-loud design-ridiculousness, it aims to empower and excite a new generation of designers, scientists, engineers and ultra-wild creative thinkers.

Steve Mushin's blend of serious science and joyful playfulness is bound to ignite your students’ imaginations and empower them to be a part of Earth's ultimate comeback story!

If your students have a question they would like to ask, you will have the opportunity to record it and send it in for Steve to answer on the day. Questions must be sent no later than 25 April 2024. Further instructions on how to do this will be sent to you upon booking.

The Sydney Opera House presents Digital Talk with Steve Mushin in association with NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge, Department of Education

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English
Creative Arts
Science and Technology
Design Technology
Engineering Studies

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