The FutureEverything Conference returns in May 2011.
Top-level debate and keynotes will explore the possibilities of the near-future, the power of globally-connected communities, and the impact of Open Data upon society, digital culture and art.
Exploring the interface between technology, society and culture, the internationally acclaimed FutureEverything Conference is the crucible that allows artists, technologists and future-thinkers to share, innovate and interact.
A destination for a world-wide community of inspirational people, an engaging, entertaining and essential event to attend.
Previous conferences have featured some of the leading thinkers in the digitally connected space including Adam Greenfield, Ben Cerveny, Keri Facer, Aaron Koblin, Dame Wendy Hall and Stowe Boyd.
"Crammed with geek cool." The Guardian
FutureEverything attracts over 500 international delegates from across the digital industries, art and academia.
Themes in 2011 include ImagineEverything, FutureMobilities, Global & Connected, OpenEverything, FutureEverybody and Handmade.
Catch up on sessions from FutureEverything 2010
Buy your 2011 Festival Pass to be part of the 500 international delegates from across the digital industries, art and academia.