Presenter/s: 3A Institute

Event type: Performance

Event date: Thursday, 30 May 2019 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm

Event venue: Llewellyn Hall ANU School of Music, Building 100, William Herbert Place, ANU

In 1843 Ada Lovelace applied her imagination and mathematical genius to develop the world’s first complex computer program. She did this 100 years before a computer existed. Then she was written out of history.

In Ada.Ada.Ada, Lovelace tells her story using an LED dress which she operates – live on stage – using her wearable tech satin glove.

After extensive tours in the UK, the Ada Show brings their spellbinding, interactive storytelling about Ada Lovelace to an Australian audience for the first time.

The show combines beauty, story-telling and technology to make an important point: in a world where history, especially the history of technology, seems to be written by men, for men, the role of women who were crucial to the creation of modern computing is generally overlooked.

The Ada show exists to celebrate just one of the many women who was instrumental in creating modern computing.

To purchase tickets please follow the link here.

More information about the production here

This event is hosted by the ANU 3A Innovation Institute 


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