Buy Convergence Sessions Full 2-day Pass Tickets
Full 2-day Sessions Pass holders have access to all Sessions activities taking place at Behind The Bike Shed on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th March. Including: networking events, live music, talks, workshops and panel discussions.
With access to the Sessions Hub, a home to informal Q&As and creative presentations, weekend pass holders will have a space to relax, network and learn in-between talks, panels and live music.
A balance between industry insight and cutting-edge creativity, a Full Sessions Pass covers:
Friday’s Session hosts a rich line up of leaders in international art, technology and music. Friday will see artists, producers, curators and musicians come together in a one-of-its-kind round table to discuss the future of creative technology, its global potential, and the challenges we face in sustaining impactful creation. Alongside this will be a series of unique industry insights, delivered by cutting-edge digital creatives and musicians, including Carroll/Fletcher, Another Space, and Elektra (Montreal).
Ranging from on-stage panels to intimate Q&As and culminating with an evening of live electronic music, Friday presents a unique opportunity learn, build connections and exchange knowledge.
Saturday is designed those keen to delve into the big ideas and new discoveries in art, technology and music, from the future of immersive experiences to creative applications of AI.
Opening with an exploration of immersive experiences from theatre to VR, Marshmallow Laser Feast, Punchdrunk and Circa69 will be coming together to discuss the ability of technology to enhance and expand fictional worlds.
The afternoon will see a special session hosted by onedotzero, focused on artists who use machine learning, robotics, wearable computing and prosthetics to design performative systems and interactive experiences.
Finally, the day closes with an exclusive evening hosted by Native Instruments, featuring live music, talks, and hands-on workshops exploring intelligent sound design and the boundaries of music and technology.