AVA returns to London with a new multi-day, multi-venue format, including KOKO, HERE at Outernet, The Standard, and The British Library, holding club and conference events with Brian Eno, Elijah, UVA, Marlon Hoffstadt, Amy Lamé, DJ Boring, Or:La, and others.
AVA‘s London Conference returns across some of London’s most iconic venues The British Library, The Standard, KOKO & HERE at Outernet, the new collective home will host keynotes and panels from thought leaders & artists in electronic music, visual arts, labels & music technology–alongside a series of music-led line ups.
The conference will put an emphasis on delegates and international audiences this year, exploring topics including sustainability in electronic music; an insight into our current community and what it looks like to be a part of this. The impact of electronic music and visual arts in culture and society today as well as the creative pathways within the scene.
“We want AVA London to represent the diversity of the city and the scene, and what better way to do this, than explore a dynamic programme with some of the most respected artists and industry leaders across multiple venues that are crucial to culture, extending our offering to a broader audiences and bringing important conversations to the forefront alongside our clubs shows. Keep your eyes peeled for more to follow, as AVA London evolves.”– Sarah McBriar, Founder of AVA
You can sign up for tickets here.