This week, FutureEverything announce the launch of their new website, crafted in collaboration with Newcastle-based design studio Supanaught.
“Historically, the website has been built around the annual festival model, with the design and content changing each year in response to festival themes and requirements. For 2019, we wanted to create a new website that would better reflect our future vision and changing organisational structure. The site reflects our evolution from annual festival to innovation lab and cultural agency delivering a year-round event schedule, bold new art commissions, and participatory design initiatives. The new website is simpler in structure, bolder in design, and creates a flexible canvas that we can build on well into the future.” says Michelle Collier, Digital Content Producer, FutureEverything
The new website launches during a pivotal era of growth and organisational shift that has included the appointment of Irini Papadimitriou to the role of Creative Director.
Irini is leading the team on an exciting, collaborative path to develop innovative partnerships and commissions..
The organisationcontinues to nurture creative talent and innovative art commissions, while also building upon the team’s participatory design practice.
FutureEverything are also continuing to grow their new festival model, Future Sessions, now a year-round curated conversation with communities around the world through
“I’m extremely pleased with the new website and all the hard work that’s gone into it from the internal team and our collaborator, Supanaught. Having recently joined FutureEverything as the new Creative Director, I’m very excited about all the commissions and collaborations we have coming up for 2019, and the new website gives us a great platform on which to share these stories. Watch this space!”says Irini
Established in 1995, FutureEverything operates at the intersection of art, culture and technology, taking an artist-led approach to consider the impact of technology in creative and unexpected ways.
The Using art and participatory experiences as a lens, FutureEverything helps people reflect on and understand the changing world around them. The website brings these audience experiences and innovative art commissions to the fore, using bold, full width imagery and content rich page templates that let the work speak for itself.