How do the spaces and experiences we create affect the future of education and design?
Educators, designers and communities have collaborated to reimagine learning in the newly opened Learning Lab. Working together to create an immersive experience, this unique space will empower learners from Victoria to think differently and experience places and spaces and big ideas in a co-creative environment.
This panel discussion shares a behind-the-scenes look into the process of creating our Learning Lab including, content, style, format, design and sequence.
Bridget Hanna manages digital education experiences at Museums Victoria. She is an enthusiastic creative arts producer, curator, author and educator who is responsible for onsite, online and virtual digital education experiences at Museums Victoria and for the creative content and programming of Melbourne Museum’s digital Learning Lab.
Kate Phillips has curated twenty exhibitions in Australia and the UK including award-winning exhibitions at Museums Victoria on a diverse range of scientific and environmental themes. Working in creative teams Kate develops content for exhibitions, public events and publications. She is excited to be using the new Learning Lab’s digital tools in innovative learning experiences for people of all ages.
Mike Daly is a filmmaker, video artist, creative technologist, and is creative director at the Sydney-based studio Grumpy Sailor. In a sentence, Grumpy Sailor builds creative worlds. The studio consists of designers, technologists, filmmakers, engineers and production specialists who deliver large-scale projects for cultural institutions, including the State Library of NSW, ACMI, Arts Centre Melbourne and Melbourne Museum, as well as content and digital production for Google, SBS, The Royal Shakespeare Company and Punchdrunk. Grumpy’s work has received awards and acclaim from the GLAMis, MAGNAs, Antenna Documentary Festival, WebFest, Melbourne International Doc Fest and the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Presented in collaboration with Melbourne Design Week.