Thinking of getting into the Space Industry?
Five experts will set the scene, then hold a public discussion followed by breakout
sessions. Join in on-line to add your
voice to the lunar dialogue.
> 30 minute discussion followed by
> 45 minute public discussion
> Breakout sessions at
end of event
ZOOM JOINING INSTRUCTIONS: After booking a ticket, you will receive an email shortly afterwards with instructions and a link to join the lecture. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if your confirmation email is not received within 24 hours of booking, after also checking your spam/junk folder and the email you entered is correct.
FURTHER INFO: The presentation will incorporate both sound and visuals, so we recommend as large a device as possible to stream the talk and get the most out of the presentation. The panel will be answering questions at the end of the intial discussions. Please ensure you are familiar with Zoom and download any updates prior to the talk, so you are ready to login at the specified time.
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Select below to view recordings of the day's sessions:
On the 02nd March 2019,
the Inaugural Moon Village Association Public Forum on the Moon was held by Office of Other Spaces as the regional Australian Coordinator of MVA at Federation Square, Melbourne.
Conceived, organised and hosted by Office of Other Spaces, the event provided the opportunity to discuss topics to do with Environment, Mining, Medical and the Space Industry - specific to the moon.
Framed with a landscape tone - a rich dialogue was had between speakers, audience and the topics presented.
Select below to listen to a recording of the evening:
On the 26th February 2020,
the second Moon Village Association Public Forum on the Moon was held by Office of Other Spaces as the regional Australian Coordinator of MVA at the MPavilion, Melbourne.
Conceived, organised and hosted by Office of Other Spaces, the event provided the opportunity to discuss topics framed around the payload of sending a camera to the moon to live stream a whole Earth.
Diverse overlaps between speakers, disciplines & topics was evident & relevant to the wider space industry & non-space actors.