This internationally renowned festival of art and design in the age of internet is celebrating its 17th edition
If you’re interested in the latest trends in digital culture, save a date in your agenda for Offf Barcelona. Over the course of almost two decades, this festival has become a reference point for design in the computer age – for understanding where design is heading and how information and creativity are converging to remodel the culture of the 21st century. For three days, the Offf Festival aims to submerge us in a sea of possibilities with the participation of influential creators in talks and exhibitions. This year’s dates are from 6 to 8 April at Barcelona’s Design Museum.
The festival has changed location in Barcelona many times over the years, though the major change has been its transformation into an international event, with editions throughout the year in cities in Europe, America and Asia. But Orff is now back home again with an attractive line-up of events. This year’s talks and activities, which appear on the programme under titles like “New Senses” and “A Sensory Reformulation”, will be led by creators like J. Kurtz, a Brooklyn-based designer and the author of the bestselling book “1 Page at a Time”, the managers of Adobe, Anthony Burrill and Atipus. In total, there will be over 60 activities in three days, including workshops, talks and get-togethers with creators that are opening up new pathways.
Additional information is available from the Offf website where you can also purchase individual tickets for the activities scheduled for 6, 7 and 8 April.
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