REMIX Sydney is Australia’s biggest Creative Industries summit. A national 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. REMIX Summits are held worldwide in cities including New York, London, Istanbul, Dubai, and Sydney; attended by thousands of cultural leaders, creatives, startups, businesses, policy makers and media.
— REMIX Sydney 2022 is a special one-off summit with the support of the national RISE program 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 (both as a result of COVID-19 and more generally). The Summit will shine a light on those changemakers that have adapted to this new environment.
— REMIX Sydney will be an in person gathering but you can also buy a digital ticket
The 2022 edition of REMIX features 50+ speakers inc. ILM (Industrial Light & Magic – Disney), ACMI, TikTok, Sydney Opera House, Art Gallery of NSW, the new Science Gallery in Melbourne and the former Global Creative Director of Apple – you can also view our hall of fame to see previous speakers, from the founder of Glastonbury to NASA.
We have all missed gathering in-person in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the social programme of REMIX is integral to the summit experience – a chance to meet hundreds of potential new collaborators (tickets include access to the official receptions). Join the best minds from across culture, tech and entrepreneurship to compare notes and create bold new collaborations.
Don’t miss out – book now!. You can also buy digital tickets for the first-time providing on-demand access to all of the summit content (made available from 20 March).
New to REMIX? Watch trailers from previous events to find out more:
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Hundreds of people eager to learn how culture, technology and entrepreneurship oppose, attract or mesh together