FutureEverything 2010 is now over but you can still check out all the coverage of this year's events right here.
World premieres of astonishing artworks, an explosive city-wide music programme, and visionary thinkers from around the world across 4 festival strands - Art, Music, Ideas and Showcase.
The Dates have been announced for next years festival, FutureEverything 2011 takes place 11-14 May, save the date.
Revealed! The secret venue is...
The Sharp Project
Visit from 10am-5pm Saturday 15th May to see the huge scale installation Agents of Change have wrought on this immense warehouse canvas
HOW TO GET THERE:
Buses run regularly from Picadilly Gardens in the centre of Manchester, and from the junction of Oldham Road and Great Ancoats Street/Swan Street.
24, 72, 75, 82, 83, 180, 181, 182, 184
The Sharp Project is a huge white warehouse space on the junction of Thorp Road and Oldham Road
The official photos of this year's festival are now up on flickr which you can see here. Jan Dixon & Emily Dixon, collectively known as TAPE, did an excellent job of photographing the various events that made up FutureEverything 2010. You can view more of their work at their website www.WeAreTAPE.com
We would be very grateful if you took a few minutes to provide feedback about your experience at FutureEverything2010. Your invaluable input will help us gain a greater understanding of your festival experience and how we can make next year's events even better.
Check out this taster of the official video of the Prime Numerics event or watch the full thing here.
The EyeWriter has won the first FutureEverything Award.
The EyeWriter has been chosen as the winner of the inaugural FutureEverything Award following an online vote by a world-wide community of FutureEverything artists and participants from the past 15 years.
We are delighted to announce that FutureEverything is Winner of the Lever Prize 2010. The highly acclaimed prize is one of the UK's most prestigious awards. “The Lever Prize judges were unanimous in selecting FutureEverything." - Geoffrey Piper, Lever Prize CEO
We're delighted to announce Warpaint are among the hotly tipped music acts confirmed for FutureEverything 2011.
Four nights of unforgettable live music - FutureEverything's renowned music programme brings pioneering acts from across the world to the heart of Manchester.
Manchester Camerata and FutureEverything team up to present Camerata’s principal cellist, Hannah Roberts, and sound artist Andrew Deakin in a live collaborative performance.
This is followed by a hands-on workshop featuring The ArtCollider, a project that enables artists around the world to collaborate in a globally networked studio.
FutureEverything presented a Lounge, Panel, Artwork and Online Forum at Media Festival Arts, 8-10 September, Roundhouse London.
FutureEverything is looking for an experienced, dynamic Festival Producer for FutureEverything 2011 global festival of art, music & ideas and related commissions and projects.
FutureEverything has been at the cutting-edge of electronic music for 15 years. We are looking for an individual who can deliver a coherent, dynamic, commercially viable and ground breaking programme of music projects for the festival as well as co-ordinate and manage our role in an international festivals network funded by EU Culture 2007.
The opening up of Manchester’s bus timetable data follows two months of negotiations between FutureEverything’s Julian Tait and Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (GMPTE) with the support of Manchester Knowledge Capital. Read more here.
Or read what Place North West had to say here.
Vision+Media in partnership with FutureEverything
Thursday 1st July 2010
4.00pm - 7.30pm
Vision+Media, 100 Broadway, Salford Quays, M50 2UW
Featuring keynote speakers, a mini-gig of epic disproportion and a one-hour, highly focused unconference, FutureEverything, in partnership with Vision+Media, present a unique and engaging event exploring the opportunities of collaboration and innovation.
For those of you who are not already aware of the special FutureEverything edition of the Dialogue webzine which is produced by Axis you can still read it here.
The latest addition to this online magazine are video and audio podcasts of the Art and Media conversation event which took place at Castlefield Gallery on the 15th May. You can watch and listen to this here.
FutureEverything 2010 is over but ExperienceEverything is the place to check out the pictures, videos and experiences of the festival. Read about what this year's artists and speakers thought of the festival and listen to your favorite tracks by this years bands and musicians.
New pictures up on the FutureEverything Flickr page from FutureEverythings trailblazer live remix of the last election debate, Prime Numerics - Sosolimited event at the People's History Museum. To view them click here.
We are delighted to announce that FutureEverything is nominated for the Big Chip International Award for Innovation 2010.
Projects are nominated for the award based on 'demonstrating exceptional innovation in digital media or digital technology' and this category is open to any project from anywhere in the world.
A destination for a world-wide community of inspirational people, an engaging, entertaining and essential event to attend.
Exploring the interface between technology, society and culture, the internationally aclaimed FutureEverything Conference is the crucible that allows artists, techologists and future-thinkers to share, innovate and interact.
For full programme and to buy tickets click here.
Watch FutureEverything 2010 keynotes by Ben Cerveny, Dame Wendy Hall and Keri Facer here. More videos of panel sessions coming soon.
The FutureEverything updates mailing list has been running since 1995 and is the main source of news and information on all FutureEverything and Social Technologies Summit events. Sign up here and select the areas you are interested in so that we can send you the information that is relevant to you.
Discover more about FutureEverything including behind-the-scenes reports on our projects by Drew Hemment, the Festival Director, and reports on recent events in Berlin and Japan. Read the FutureEverything Blog
FutureEverything provides a platform for people like you to create, perform and inspire. We have provided a dedicated area of the website that highlights some of the pathways which exist to develop your artistic, technological or social practice. These include FuturesFamily, Showcase, and our Open Calls, plus also information on courses at our partner institution, Lancaster University.