Kaospilot: Learning Innovation and Innovation in Learning with the Kaospilot Principal,  Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius, talk and drinks, 26 April 6.00-8.00pm

Kaospilot: Learning Innovation and Innovation in Learning with the Kaospilot Principal,  Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius, talk and drinks, 26 April 6.00-8.00pm

Kaospilot: Fostering Leaders and Entrepreneurs - Learning Innovation and Innovation in Learning This talk by Kaospilot Principal, Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius will take us through the story of the school, its pedagogical platform and philosophy. A number of core principles that have found to be valuable for fostering leaders and entrepreneurs will guide the talk. These principles will be illuminated by case stories and different models. Towards the end of the last century, geopolitical vicissitudes, technological breakthroughs and globalization, were just some of the changes the shaped a new time. Peoples preferences, ideas about society and sense of meaning also underwent changes. As old jobs were disappearing and competition increased innovation became the mantra – indeed the panacea for virtually all challenges. But innovation proved to be a fuzzy concept – easier said than done. Education also became an object for these changes and ideas. Not immune to change, but responding very slow, the need for new type of educations that could tackle the complexity- balancing societal needs and individual preferences, left room for new type of initiatives. Here Kaospilot emerged as a response to how to navigate uncertainty, tap into people’s motivation and creativity and help them carve out new paths.  Kaospilot were founded in 1991 by Uffe Elbæk, grounded in his work with disengaged young people. Since then it has grown to considerable stature in Europe, influential across Europe and now internationally, and celebrated by Business Week, Fast Company, Forbes, Wired and Monocle magazines. Described as a ‘hybrid business and design school, a multi-sided education in leadership and entrepreneurship’ Kaospilot is based in Aarhus, Denmark, with a campus in...
Banjo’s Love Ball, Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole, We Could Be Pharaohs – November Performances

Banjo’s Love Ball, Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole, We Could Be Pharaohs – November Performances

SPIRAL PRESENTS: Banjo’s Love Ball, Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole and We Could Be Pharaohs What do you get if you cross Cleopatra, Cinderella, and Alice in Wonderland with a few belly dancers, Moses and Banjo Patterson thrown in? A whole lot of laughs, fun and pure entertainment. See Spiral’s dancers, actors and stars showcasing their original, wacky, unusual and entertaining performances throughout November. Each performance is as different as it is unique and a spectacle to behold. See what eveyone is talking about. Come and laugh out loud and applaud the cast’s acheivements and triumphs. Banjo’s Love Ball - 11.30am, Monday’s November 13 and 20 Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole - Tuesday’s November 14 and 21 We Could Be Pharaohs - Friday’s November 17 and 24 Bookings are essential. Seats are very limited. Please contact Sprial on 5476 2711. Cost per performance is $10. Note: Tickets must be paid for at the time of booking. Visa/MasterCard payments can be paid for at the time of booking. A small fee applies. All performances at the Black Box Theatre in the Old Ambo....
Muse – 29 September to 8 October

Muse – 29 September to 8 October

DON’T MISS SIMON DENVER’S NEW PLAY! Truth and Lies. Three people try and square the circle of a love triangle. It’s the story of me. It’s the story of you. It’s the story of him. It’s the story of her. It’s the story of us. 28th / 29th Sept (Friday / Saturday) and 6th, 7th & 8th Oct (Friday/ Saturday / Sunday). All shows start at 7:30pm except the Sunday matinee, which starts at 2:00pm. At the Black Box Theatre, the Old Ambulance Station. Book through Eventbrite www.eventbrite.com.au (search for...
Horizon Underground – 26th August to 3rd September

Horizon Underground – 26th August to 3rd September

Horizon Underground, the first festival fringe in Nambour from 26th August to 3rd September is a happening thing! Check out key events and the full Black Parlour program on https://www.horizonfestival.com.au/events by clicking on Horizon Underground and then Search. The organising team still needs volunteers. Contact Project Manager Rebecca Dostal if you would like to be part of this fabulous event on 0400 878 115 or register your interest through email: rebecca.horizonunderground@gmail.com This project is proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s grants...
Piano Forte

Piano Forte

 This play, which explores family violence in the context of elder abuse, was developed in partnership with the Suncoast Community Legal Services Inc.  Dates: Saturday 24 September Times: 2pm & 7pm The play runs for 45 mins and is followed by a Question and Answer segment. Suitable for ages 16+. Written by Toni Wills. Directed by Lucas Stibbard. $10 adult / 2 for $10 Concession and seniors  Dates: Saturday 24 September Times: 2pm & 7pm Venue: Black  Box Theatre Tickets: Tickets available from the Black Box, or Book at suncoastcommunitylegal.org/events Contact for more information: qspa.acting@gmail.com 5476 4376...