Creative festival Offset Dublin reveals full lineup, with 21 speakers confirmed

23 March 2016
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Offset returns to Dublin next month for a weekend of presentations, panel discussions and debates live on stage at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. Offset takes places from 8-10 April and the organisers have confirmed 21 speakers from across the globe who will appear on the main stage at the event. There are also three other stages with discussions, Q&A’s and interviews that amount to over 40 hours of content over the weekend.

“Representing industry at all levels, our speakers are key disruptors and influencers in their fields, driving everything from huge global campaigns to awe inspiring personal projects and will speak about their work, ideas and inspirations, giving audiences an insight into their practices and personal perspectives on their careers over the course of the three-day event,” say the organisers.

It’s Nice That will be in attendance to bring you the highlights from the event, providing interviews, insight and opinion from the whole weekend.

The full lineup is:
Artist and calligrapher Seb Lester
Illustrator and animator McBess
Graphic designer and Pentagram partner Angus Hyland
Creative studio TADO
Turner Prize-winning art and architecture collective Assemble
Visual and design director GMUNK
Multimedia artist Russell Mills
Graphic novel illustrator Andy Ristaino
Fashion designer Úna Burke
Digital art duo Reed & Rader
Illustrator and art-director Stephen Kelleher
Rapper and illustrator Mr Bingo
Designer and artist Morag Myerscough
Head of 4Creative Chris Bovill and John Allison
Fashion photographer Niall Mcinnerney
Graphic designers Stephen Averill & Shaughn McGrath
Creative director at Piranha Bar Gavin Kelly
Artist Robert Ballabh
Independent creative agency Rothko
Creative Director of Studio Dumbar Lize Enebeis
Graphic Designer Jonathan Barnbrook

Full details can be found on the Offset website

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Owen Pritchard

Owen joined It’s Nice That as Editor in November of 2015 leading and overseeing all editorial content across online, print and the events programme, before leaving in early 2018.

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