A new event that celebrates the intersection of creativity and technology will take place in Dublin next month.
Culture Crush is a day-long event aimed at professionals working in the creative sectors, including Film, TV, Animation, Games, Music, Immersive Technologies, Visual and Performing Arts, and others.
It will take place at The Complex, Dublin on November 16th and will see a number of well-known names giving talks, 'fireside chat' interviews, and participating on panels.
One of them is Oscar winner Richie Baneham, who won an Academy Award for his Visual Effects work on 'Avatar: The Way of Water'. The Dubliner has worked closely with James Cameron on all 'Avatar' films and is a graduate of the Ballyfermot College of Further Education.
Also on the programme is composer Eimear Noone, who made history as the first woman to conduct at the Oscars, as well as industry figures including Column Slevin of Electronic Arts, Darragh O'Connell of Brown Bag Films, director Neasa Hardiman and more. The full speaker line-up can be found here.
Tickets for Culture Crush are €40 for a full day pass including light lunch and networking with refreshments, and available here.