REMIX London is back and in-person! Come and join us for our very special 10th anniversary celebration – part of a global gathering that brings together pioneers from a myriad of industries to explore the future of the creative and cultural industries, creative cities and the creative economy.
— 50+ SPEAKERS INC. PATREON, VAN GOGH ALIVE, GOOGLE, QUEER BRITAIN & MORE EXPLORE THE FUTURE OF CULTURE & THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
— EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW ON SALE – SAVE UP TO £170!
— CALL FOR SPEAKERS NOW OPEN
— HOSTED AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY & GOOGLE HQ
— REMIX London 2022 is designed to support the recovery and reinvention of the cultural sector after a uniquely challenging period. It will offer a field guide to what’s coming next, as we explore the rapid shifts that are occurring and accelerating in fields such as technology, society and the environment. The Summit will shine a light on those changemakers that have adapted to the new environment in which we find ourselves.
— In our new reality of flexible working, unique networking opportunities to meet potential collaborators from multiple industries has never been more important to developing new innovation. REMIX explores the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship and brings together thought-leaders from across industries to tackle the big ideas shaping the future of culture, tourism, creative cities and the creative economy.
You can also buy a digital ticket for the first time providing on-demand access to all of the summit content (available to watch from 12 Sept).
50+ PIONEERING SPEAKERS. ANNOUNCED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
- Ronny Krieger, General Manager Europe, PATREON – Patreon has generated more than $3.5 billion for creatives since launch and in this session you will uncover innovative strategies for building a community and supporting creative activity through recurring revenue.
- Rob Kirk, Head of Touring Experiences – Grande Experiences (touring experiences include global immersive sensation VAN GOGH ALIVE alongside their roll-out of new permanent venues THE LUME) – on how demand for cultural experiences is fundamentally changing, and the role of technology and new models in this. Grande Experiences are the creators of touring and permanent multi-sensory art and cultural experiences, including Van Gogh Alive and The Lume. Their experiences have been visited by 17 million people across 150 cities so far.
- Ignacio Bachiller, CEO – FEVER – Fresh from raising $227 million (the largest ever for a live-entertainment tech startup) and delivering live experiences for brands such as Netflix around Bridgerton and Stranger Things, this talk will plot the incredible growth of the experience economy. Ignacio will demonstrate how creators are scaling globally and deliver high-quality experiences through data-driven curation and creation of personalised and curated experiences (in their case through a deep understanding of audience desires from managing the Secret Media network including Secret London and Secret New York to name a few).
- Freya Murray, Creative Lead – GOOGLE ARTS & CULTURE – providing an overview of the latest art/tech collaborations and opportunities emerging from Google Arts & Culture.
- Joseph Galliano, Co-Founder & CEO – QUEER BRITAIN – the former editor of Gay Times shares his journey towards establishing the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum – a place as exciting as the people, stories and ideas it explores and celebrates.
- Mobbie Nazir, Global Chief Strategy Officer – WE ARE SOCIAL – where is social media heading and how has the pandemic changed things? Looking onto the social horizon and coming up with strategies for how to get ready for what’s coming our way.
- Chris Michaels, Director of Digital, Communications and Technology – NATIONAL GALLERY – on how technology and creative R&D are powering the disruptions of tomorrow across the creative sectors, and how non-profit cultural organisations can best harness these emerging opportunities.
PLUS IN-DEPTH SESSIONS on making in-house innovation labs work; lessons in interdisciplinary working from the Unboxed 2022 festival; non-profits collaborating with Creators; virtual production trends; creative regeneration across the UK; making digital models pay; and nurturing creative and social entrepreneurship.
…with MANY more to be announced over the next few weeks! Click here for latest updates