Unchartered Territory

If you were one of the unlucky few who didn’t make it to Europe this break, then fear not, Unchartered Territory has arrived to fill that Cinque-Terre sized hole in your heart. 

Unchartered Territory is Canberra’s new arts and innovation festival, aimed at celebrating creativity and experimentation. 

Running from the 7th to the 16th of July, the festival will showcase many exciting events that span science and research, many of which are free and on campus!

Events include a number of panels and forums with experts, covering topics such as  cyber security, culture and artwork , and the critical role that women play in this industry. 

There are workshops for everyone, depending on what skills you want to learn, including 3D printing and laser cutting , or for the slightly craftier minded folk, sewing and circuit making

The festival also includes a  theatre performances from the Canberra Youth Theatre’s Emerge Company, and experimental video work that blends scientific, literary, queer histories with  personal narratives. 

The festival will be spread across a number of locations in Canberra, including the  Gorman Arts Centre and the Belconnen and Tuggeranong libraries, however many of the events will be held on campus, particularly in our very own Kambri Cultural Centre. 

Check out the full program here

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