OFFSET 2015: schedule and new speakers announced

Creative conference OFFSET takes place in Dublin this weekend, with three days of talks spanning design, advertising, photography, animation and illustration. The final schedule has just been announced, with new speakers Barber & Osgerby joining Angus Hyland, Ian Anderson, Hey Studio and Grand Budapest Hotel designer Annie Atkins on Friday.

Creative conference OFFSET takes place in Dublin this weekend, with three days of talks spanning design, advertising, photography, animation and illustration. The final schedule has just been announced, with new speakers Barber & Osgerby joining Angus Hyland, Ian Anderson, Hey Studio and Grand Budapest Hotel designer Annie Atkins on Friday.

OFFSET takes place at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from March 6-8. Other main stage speakers include designer Matt Willey, The Gentlewoman art director Veronica Ditting and Gothenburg ad agency Forsman & Bodenfors, while a second stage line-up features a look at contemporary magazine culture and the role of design education, as well as Q&As with Anderson, Andy Altmann and Tomi Ungerer.

Day tickets are available here and priced at €70 or €50 with a student promo code.

Three-day tickets are also still available – pro tickets cost €225 or €187 for groups of six or more and student tickets are €135 or €112 for groups.

All delegates will receive a free copy of a monograph by artist and graphic designer Peter Maybury (one of this year’s speakers) and Ways&Means, an OFFSET magazine featuring interviews with speakers and articles on their work:

We’ll be reporting from the conference daily and you can follow @weloveoffset on Twitter for updates. To buy a ticket or for more info, see iloveoffset.com

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