The Space to Dream Exhibition featuring the top-rated designs submitted by SA students who completed the Commissioner’s Digital Challenge in 2021 is travelling across South Australia after a highly successful installation at the Space Discovery Centre at Lot 14 throughout the summer months.  An estimated 2,438 visitors viewed the 21 top-rated designs selected from more than 2,180 entries received from South Australian students via their school Challenge Coordinators.

The 21 top-rated entries in the 2021 Space to Dream Challenge were on display at the Australian Space Discovery Centre throughout Summer and is now travelling to local libraries throughout SA.

Space to Dream is a digital challenge developed for students in South Australia to develop their ‘design thinking’ skills. The Challenge involves designing a toy or gadget for someone their age who is moving to Mars. The ‘New and Improved Fix Bot’ entered by Jimmy from Hawker Area School won the grand prize for his school – a 3D Printer donated by Challenge Partners, Makers Empire.

Check out photos from exhibition locations across South Australia!

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”8″ display=”basic_thumbnail” thumbnail_crop=”0″]Check out the dates below to see where and when the exhibition will be on display at a library near you!

Adelaide Metropolitan

Walkerville Library: January 2022
Mitcham Library: February 2022
Charles Sturt (Westlakes) Library: February to June 2022
Campbelltown Library: March 2022
Salisbury Community Hub:14 April to 10 June 2022
Hutt St Library: July through to end September 2022
Goodwood Library: Mid June to end July 2022
Woodcroft Community Centre: August and September 2022

Yorke Peninsula

Moonta Community Library (Moonta Area School): July to end September 2022
Yorketown Area School: May and June 2022

Far North

Clare Library: December 2021 to end January 2022
Roxby Community Library :15 February to 26 March 2022
Hawker School Community Library: April and May 2022 

Far South

Millicent Library: Mid Nov 2021 to Jan 2022
City of Mount Gambier at Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre: 15 Jan to 20 April 2022   

Eyre Peninsula

Streaky Bay Community School Library (Streaky Bay Area School): May and June 2022
Cleve Area School Library: July and August 2022 

Open to students of all ages, the Space to Dream Challenge can be completed using 3D software or simply with pen and paper. Creative and cool designs submitted by schools have a chance to win prizes and feature in next year’s Australian Space Discovery Centre exhibition and travelling exhibition to participating South Australian libraries. Encourage your child’s school or teacher to take the Space to Dream Challenge in 2022.

Register for Space to Dream 2022 here
Registration – Commissioner’s Digital Challenge (