magCulture Live Online
Unable to hold our annual NY conference this month, we’re excited to announce we’re leaving the lecture theatre to bring the magCulture Live experience to your home.
We’ve often been asked to stream our annual conferences; now you can get a taste of what you’ve been missing, wherever you are based.
The two-hour event will be a virtual celebration of magazines in the 2020 pandemic, with international speakers from different areas of magazine publishing sharing creative responses to the Coronavirus.
Design director, The New York Times Magazine (New York)
Since lockdown, Gail and her award-winning NYTMagazine team have produced a series of weekly issues examining every aspect of the pandemic. She will share this remarkable work and discuss collaboration while working from home.
Founder, Coverjunkie.com (Amsterdam)
Jaap is art director of the weekly magazine for the Volkskrant newspaper; alongside this he curates the Coverjunkie website, sharing the best magazine covers from across the world. He’ll be talking with Jeremy Leslie about the international visual response to the various stages of the pandemic.
Editor, It’s Freezing in LA! (London)
Despite Covid-19 and its effects, climate change remains our biggest challenge. Martha will present the recent fifth issue of IFLA! and discuss what climate change and the pandemic mean together.
Creative director, Rubbish FAMzine (Singapore)
Alongside his creative agency Kinetic, Pann, and his wife Claire and children Renn and Aira, have published nine issues of Rubbish FAMzine, a unique collaborative project about their lives. He’ll be sharing advice on staying creative in lockdown.
Creative director, Ordinary & Toiletpapa (London)
Known for his absurdist visual humour, Max will be sharing recent work created during the lockdown.
As well as our speakers, we’re busy collecting lockdown advice from many of our favourite magazine teams; each ticket will come with a PDF guide to favourite movies, music, recipes and more.
Book via the link below and join us on Zoom, Friday 29 May at 15:00BST
Ticket prices are £18 / £12 for students.
These include all Eventbrite fees and taxes, there are no extras to be added, and are set to cover our costs. We encourage you to add a charity donation to your order if you are able to. All money raised this way will go to help Covid-19-related charities in London and New York.
All speakers are confirmed but in the current circumstances changes are possible.