In the final series of talks from the 2015 FutureEverything Festival, we present a series of lightning talks – a handpicked selection of short informative talks from some of our featured artists and closest collaborators.

Rachel Rayns is Creative Producer at Raspberry Pi. In this talk she introduces the 2015 Raspberry Pi Creative Producers Programme, a year-long programme focused on supporting and inspiring young people who are interested in creative uses of technology:

Venzha Christ is a participant in the inaugural Global FUTR Lab. In this talk he introduces his projects, which aim to change the innovation and making landscape of South East Asia. Venzha created the first FabLab in South East Asia and his other project, Transformaking 2015, is a push to produce the first International Summit on Critical and Transformative Making in Indonesia:

Leila Johnston is also a 2015 Global FUTR Lab participant. Founder of multidisciplinary art and research organisation Hack Circus – part art magazine, part event, part experimentation – Leila works at breaking down boundaries between performers, audiences, artists and technologists:

Ivan Pasichnyk is the creator of Opir.org and a participant in Global FUTR Lab. Opir.org is a communications platform, designed to facilitate grassroots communication in the midst of recent political and social uprising in Ukraine:

Discussing themes that question our online identities, explore the evolution of design and present new methods of audience feedback, the final talks in this series are from FutureEverything Moscow project participants, Dissolve, THNGS and Touchback: