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New Horizons: Remembering Relationships Big Thinking with UTS

Memories can be painful. Who hasn’t lamented over a lost love, friend or pet? It can be particularly hard to farewell a family member. Imagine if you…

Location:Vivid Ideas Exchange, Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:From: $15.00

New Horizons: Is This The End Of Intimacy?

Is this the end of love as we know it? Or just the beginning? Leading UTS academics explore the new sexual frontier, touching on sex robots, prostitution…

Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:From: $15.00

New Horizons: The Future of Sex

Bryony Cole knows how to create a buzz. As the world’s leading authority on sextech, she is fascinated by the way technology penetrates every corner…

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Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:From: $30.00

New Horizons: The New Frontier

A new era is of exploration is upon us; a new frontier. We’re tackling the big questions, what will space exploration look like in 20 years’ time…

Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:From: $11.00

New Horizons: The Darkest Web

When it comes to the online realm, there’s the world wide web – the internet we all know. Then there’s the dark web – the parallel internet accessed…

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Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:From: $30.00

New Horizons: Dying For Company

Almost half of single young men and women in Japan are virgins. Up to 70 per cent of millennials aren’t in a relationship but their desire to marry remains…

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Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:From: $30.00

New Horizons: A Healthy Future, Using Tech to Fight Loneliness and Improve Health

With an ageing population, many older Australians are lonelier than ever. How can we use tech to help older people stay part of the community as they age…

Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:Free event – registration required

New Horizons: The Future of the World, What Will Happen by 2040?

The next two decades will play a critical role in shaping the world’s future. What does this future have in store, and how will it change our lives…

Location:Museum of Contemporary Art, AustraliaPrice:Free event – registration required