As we head towards unknown futures, into environments that actively seek disruption, we need a new way of discovering what we don’t know. This interactive session will take you through an Ignorance Mapping Framework used in the Bachelor of Creative intelligence and Innovation at UTS – a tool used to explore areas ripe for discovery. Students of the program will help facilitate the session
In this session, navigate a taxonomy of unknowns to guide discovery, share creative methods to track different types of unknowns, and ask better questions that unlock great ideas
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Associate Professor Bem Le Hunte is the Course Director of the Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation, at UTS. She has a BA and MA in Social Anthropology and a Doctorate in Creative Writing, as well as professional qualifications in journalism and advertising.
She has worked in the creative industries as a creative director, brand strategist and writer, as well as worked on start-ups. Her latest is www.wutheringink.com, a portal designed to connect readers and writers internationally in the new publishing landscape.
Bem has been published globally to critical acclaim and written scripts for documentaries and film. She is currently writing her fourth novel and has a research interest in creative pedagogies, as well as cross-media innovation and storytelling.