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An unconference for anyone who wants to get stuff done outback.
Join Remote Ops to meet and converse with other people working on the edge. Remote Australia has plenty of isolation, space and openness to achieve new things. Here we can look both inwards to Australian practice and outwards to the future, new horizons and away from ‘normal’ ways of thinking and doing. Queer things happen out back; there is an abundance of weirdness, independence and strong self-reliance which supports trailblazing and experimentation. Remote operations are characterised by mixing, combining and sharing time and resources with diverse people in unique places, forming and working with dynamic combinations and teams.
The Remote Ops event uses a combination of structured presentations and scheduled open space sessions to ensure there is time for both provocations and conversations.
If this sounds like your thing, register here, places are limited.
Thursday 6th April 2017
Central Garage, 67 Bath St Alice Springs
$ 110 Organisation price
$ 50 Individuals
Includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea with a vegan-gluten-free option.
Who is this for?
This is for you if you are interested in:
- Arts and Culture
- Engagement and experience design
- Arts, health and wellbeing
- Community development
- Operating better in Central Australia.
What is remote?
The characteristics of remote operating environments include:
- Low population
- Unreliable infrastructure
- Visibility of services
- Low redundancy
- Connections and relationships are critical
The Big Questions
- How do we get stuff done in remote areas, with a focus on remote Australia?
- What information already exists around this space?
- Who is leading at getting stuff done in remote Australia?
- What are the strengths of this practice?
The Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What’s the detailed program?
A: It’s in still in development and a detailed program will be here soon. Also, the majority of the content will be generated by the people who attend. The Unconference structure is great at supporting focus peer-led discussions around quite specialist topics. So please begin to think – if you were going to convene a discussion on remote operations, what would your topic be?
Q: So who’s coming?
A: We have some exciting people coming, more details to be announced soon.
Q:What should I do to prepare?
A: There will be an opportunity to introduce yourself and your practice, so think about how you can do that succinctly.
Thursday 6 April 2017
- 9am – 7am
67 Bath St
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