Pause Fest

Exploring digital culture

Pause Fest is Australia's most progressive digital festival. One event for the thinkers, practitioners and entrepreneurs of digital culture. It's a place to trade ideas, debate opinions, concieve projects, celebrate work, tell tales, get lit up.

meet. inspire. learn. launch. collaborate.

Our ambition is to promote digital culture by presenting the best content on the planet as the focal point of an annual festival.

Pause Fest converges motion, interactive, startups, web, gaming, music and digital artform platforms to deliver keynote presentations, masterclasses, workshops, on-screen content, interactive installations and panel forums. 

Pause Fest is in its forth year and the sixth incarnation. In 2013 alone, we planted seeds in Perth and Croatia, shared knowledge with thousands of creatives and entrepreneurs around the globe. We have had a stellar year so far winning three Gold Marks of Excellence from Communicator Awards in New York, earlier this year.

The theme for Pause Fest 2015 is 'Pure'. Simple ideas that will change the world.

We invite you to join us in celebration and to support the movement. Go #Melbourne!

 

 

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2015 Sponsors & Partners to be announced soon


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