ANALOGUE/DIGITAL 2014

In a world filled with endless highways of artistic endeavours and brightly lit futures, there’s always room for improvement and retrospection. Enter Analogue/Digital Conferences, a designer’s wet dream. Held over two days in each city, the event focuses on informative presentations from emerging and established artists, digital developers, designers, writers and numerous other misfits making their way through life with ‘creative abandonment’ as their mantra.

They come to bare their souls and enlighten their fellow post-modern thinkers with their words of insight and pragmatic empathy

for a future filled with brave new world creators.

It’s a time for overt expression and brash new revelations. With the ushering in of the new season, the Analogue/Digital team
once again prepare to take their show on the road bringing along with them the likes of Adelaide locals Ian Cope (Rising Sun Pictures), Josh Fanning and Farrin Foster (Collect Magazine), Sydney artist James Jirat Patradoon and the Sunshine Coast creative crew Sticks and Stones Agency just to name a few.

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With varying aesthetics and ethos, the smorgasbord of artists on offer will give participants an opportunity to discuss all things ‘creative’ during several Q&A sessions. Two days of networking and artistic wisdom overload will all be rounded out nicely with a much needed after party.

Tell your friends, tell your old Art School teacher, hell, even tell the portrait artist down on the corner, that there’s no time to lose. This is your one hot ticket to a brighter, more artistically fulfilled future.

In conjunction with our good friends at Analogue/Digital, No Cure Magazine is giving 25 lucky readers the chance to receive 20% off the price of their tickets when purchasing from the A/D site. The first 25 readers that punch in the code: NoCureMagOct14 will receive the special discounted price.  

Check out www.analoguedigital.com.au for the full presenter line-up, event locations, packages and all the information you need.

Sydney – Oct 10-11  / Adelaide – Oct 17-18


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