Time Out says
Join industry leaders championing culture, technology and entrepreneurship for two days of innovative talks and networking
Our favourite parts of any city, both physical and experiential, are born from the minds of creatives. In this global summit for creative industries you can analyse the brightest minds in the colourful corners of technology, economics, business, art and more across two days of talks, debates, panels and workshops. By bringing in experts from diverse fields, Remix Sydney hopes to enhance collaboration and innovative problem-solving.
The 2022 edition – Changing Worlds: Recovery, Resilience & Reinvention – is designed to support the recovery and reinvention of the cultural sector after tumultuous and challenging times, which we are not out of the woods of yet, and to shine a light on changemakers who have adapted to the times. Remix Sydney 2022 will be a special one-off summit with the support of the national RISE program.
There are more than 50 big thinkers on the bill, talking about the future of culture and the creative industries. Some of the rising entrepreneurs and big players you’ll hear from include Sam Davy, former global creative director at Apple and founder of Park (a new social enterprise that was one of the first businesses in Australia to raise funding through crowd equity); Luke Hetherington, executive in charge at ILM (Industrial Light and Magic), Disney (the company that has produced special effects for films ranging from Star Wars to Jurassic Park); internationally renowned street artist Rone; Bruce Peterson, founder of The Lume (a new $15 million immersive arts venue in Melbourne Exhibition Centre from Grande Experience); Astrid Jorgensen, the founder of Pub Choir; and Michael Rodrigues, Sydney's new 24-hour economy commissioner and the former MD of Time Out.
As in previous years, you’ll find this hive of creative thinking at the UTS Great Hall, and you can snatch up combo tickets for both days or a single day of talks. Single day tickets start at $325 ($295 for students) and two-day passes range from $495-$695. For the first time, you can also buy digital tickets, providing on-demand access to all of the summit contentseop.
|Venue name:||UTS Great Hall|
Level 6, Tower Building, 15 Broadway