Future Buro's creative director Jack De Caluwé is amongst an international line-up of creative thought leaders headed to the Brisbane Powerhouse this May for Analogue Digital Conference 2015, one of the headline events of the inaugural IRL Digital Festival.

The two-day event puts the world’s premiere art directors and creative directors alongside cutting-edge street artists and sign painters. Hot on the heels of their success at AGDA’s 2020: Adapt or Die conference, For the People’s Jason Little and Andy Wright will also present, as will Californian street artist, Madsteeze.

Now in its fifth year, if Analogue Digital isn’t already fixed in your business or student calendar, it should be. It’s a prime opportunity to hobnob with some of the design world’s greats, sharpen your skills, and gain new insight into the future of design. In addition to the fourteen talks scheduled, this year’s event also includes a number of half-day workshops, inviting attendees to have a more hands-on experience. Subjects will include creative direction, digital design, sign painting, UI/UX theory and more. 

“Analogue Digital is about staying on top of the design game”, says event director Matt Haynes. “We’ve handpicked some of the industry’s best thought leaders. Our aim is to be a primary source of information and inspiration for professionals and next generation creatives alike.”

Analogue Digital Conference 2015 launches at the Brisbane Powerhouse Thursday May 14 to Friday May 15 from 12.30 - 7.30pm. Early Bird registrations and workshop applications open March 16 exclusively on brisbanepowerhouse.org