Food, glorious food: a design sprint to innovate Melbourne’s food
VTA member, William Angliss Institute, recently hosted the Food, glorious food: a design sprint to innovate Melbourne’s food event. Held on May 6 as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week, the event, was an interactive workshop that celebrated local food and invited attendees to co-design solutions to issues such as food availability, managing food waste, and soil regeneration with passionate industry experts.
Melbourne Knowledge Week is a festival comprising over 70 events that melds, art, technology, business and science to explore and co-create the future city. William Angliss was the first ever appearance by a TAFE institute at Melbourne Knowledge Week. The phenomenal response to the Institute’s thought provoking event resulted in a sell-out crowd and a large wait list, suggesting that this will be the first of many future appearances by a TAFE institute at this stimulating festival.
The VTA would like to congratulate its member, William Angliss Institute and extend its thanks to Melbourne Knowledge Week for their support in setting up this event.