REMIX Sydney 2016 … our biggest summit yet

Please Note: This is an archived blog post from May 5, 2016. For more recent updates, view the latest REMIX news, Agency case studies or homepage


Join us on June 2-3 at Sydney Town Hall to explore the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship and discover the big ideas shaping the future of culture, creative cities and technology

Take a look at the short film of last year’s event to see what all the fuss is about.

Hear from 100 inspirational creative speakers including:

▪ Gillian Ferrabee, Director, Creative Lab, Cirque du Soleil
▪ Damian Totman, Global Creative Director, Bloomberg, New York
▪ Chris Michaels, Head of Digital & Publishing, British Museum
▪ Jon Penn, Managing Director, BBC Worldwide
▪ Leslie Koch, President & CEO, Governors Island (New York)
▪ Steph Tully, Executive Manager Group Brand and Marketing & Chief Marketing Officer, Qantas
▪ Chris Janz, CEO, Huffington Post (Australia)
▪ Ann Bray, Interim CEO, Office of Innovation and Science Australia (ISA)
▪ Dr Jeffrey T.K.V. Koh, Assistant Director & Lead UX Strategist, National Gallery Singapore
▪ Jay Morgan, Group Digital Creative Director, J. Walter Thompson Worldwide (JWT)
▪ Claire Spencer, Chief Executive Officer, Arts Centre Melbourne
▪ Nicola Harvey, Managing Editor, Buzzfeed
▪ Sam McDonough, Country Manager, Airbnb
▪ Kate Torney, CEO, State Library Victoria
▪ Anna Reid, Chief Marketing Officer, Sydney Opera House
▪ Ben Liebmann, Noma
▪ Ben Barraud, Head of Design, Museum of New Zealand TE PAPA Tongarewa
▪ Lindsay Miller, CEO, Dubai Design District (d3)
▪ Seb Chan, Chief Experience Officer, Australian Centre for the Moving Image
▪ Rennie Addabbo, Country Director, Sonos
▪ Nick Reynolds, Chief Marketing Officer – Asia Pacific, Lenovo
▪ Caroline Morgan, Head of Insight and Innovation, Samsung
▪ Grant Baxter, Head of Brand Strategy, Twitter
▪ Alicia Darvall, Executive Director, B Lab, B Corp
▪ Sam Mostyn, Chair, Carriageworks, Chair, Citigroup, Board Member, Virgin Australia and Australia Council for the Arts
▪ Karen Skinner, Country Director,
▪ Justin Dry, Joint CEO & Co-Founder, Vinomofo
▪ Aaron Michie, Director, Guardian Labs
▪ James Tutton, Serial entrepreneur & Co-Founder, Moonlight Cinema
▪ Fran Sanderson, Fund Manager, Arts Impact Fund, Nesta (National Endowment for Science, Technology & the Arts) – UK
▪ Kirsty Rosser, Founder & MD, Secret Sounds Connect (Splendour in the Grass)
▪ Linda Bracken, Head of Content & Platforms, ABC Radio
▪ Vanessa Stavrou, Head of Marketing, Contiki
▪ Marcus Westbury, Writer, Broadcaster, CEO, Collingwood Arts Precinct & Founder of Renew Australia
▪ Fiona Phillips, Executive Director, Australian Copyright Council (ACC)
▪ Jon Holloway, Vice President and Managing Director, R/GA

See the full line-up for REMIX Sydney here.

Cross-sector collaboration is at the heart of REMIX, and our social events create unique opportunities to meet other leading innovators from across culture, technology, media, policy and business. Once again we are very excited that our friends at Time Out will be curating our parties and receptions and we are pleased to announce this year’s line-up:

June 1 – Opening Reception – Bloomberg Roof Gardens 

To kick off REMIX 2016 delegates will enjoy drinks in the rooftop garden of Bloomberg’s stunning new skyscraper overlooking the Vivid Light Displays across Sydney’s iconic harbour.

June 2 – Delegate Party – QT Sydney

Back by popular demand after the winning formula of 2015, the awesome QT Sydney art hotel plays host to our Delegate party once again.

June 3 – Closing Reception – Australian Museum

Rounding off the summit, the Australian Museum will host our Closing Party. Not only do we get to enjoy drinks in their amazing new gallery delegates will get to try out David Attenborough’s First Life & Great Barrier Reef Dive Virtual Reality experiences which are being presented at the Australian Museum in partnership with Samsung following their sell-out debut at the Natural History Museum.