Hosted by lauded Aussie journalist Benjamin Law, this free talk series will have you thinking outside the box.
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Have you ever wondered about the interconnected underworld of fungus or what it takes to build the world's largest acoustic guitar? Sure, such topics may not always be front of mind, but sometimes curiosity gets the better of us. So, if you're keen to dive into weird, wacky and wild topics, be sure to check out Curiocity Brisbane's free talk series this month.
Dubbed Curious Conversations, the series is hosted by Aussie author and journalist Benjamin Law who'll be talking to some of the best doers and thinkers in the arts, engineering and science worlds. So, you can expect boundary-pushing chats that'll ignite your imagination.
The series has already kicked off, with past sessions available to watch here. If you'd rather catch an IRL conversation, the upcoming program promises everything from the aforementioned wondrous mycelium to innovate science-led theatre collaborations. Happening at various locations across Brisbane, the remaining events are taking place on Thursday, March 25 and Saturday, March 27.
Keen to let curiosity get the better of you? Find more details and register over here.