Find out about a better world at the State Library of WA’s Disrupted Festival

By Clare Varcoe

State Library WA presents the Disrupted Festival of Ideas on Saturday 7 November.

The event, held at the Perth Cultural Centre, is full of panels, discussions and activities for both adults and kids, as well as a projected light display.

The theme of the event is ‘a better world’ and includes 11 interesting panels to discuss ideas about how we can live in a better world.

Leading the panel discussions will be Stan Grant who will talk about what a better world looks like for him.

Nature Play WA’s Griffin Longley talks about the power of the outdoors in a COVID-19 world and the disrupted family life.

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