Join us to listen to talks, watch demos and learn more about tech, art, design, and science - basically stuff that makes us go 'wow'.
Digibury takes place at the Gulbenkian in Canterbury every month.
Integrating digital media into physical objects, digitising Kent's countryside and challenging founder mentality.
A cheeky extra plug here for our one day Digibury Weekender festival on Saturday, 17th October. Scroll down to find out more.
A look at whether the internet should be a human right, Generation Y in the workplace and more still to be confirmed.
Physical, digital and more
This month we'll be hearing about how the power of collaboration can help challenge founder mentality, finding out what it takes to digitise a 153 mile path in Kent for Google Trekker and learning about the work of Dr Tim Long on hybrid bodies: bringing the digital to life.
Hot on the heels of the brilliant first Digibury Weekender in 2014, this year's one-day festival will be a fascinating and challenging look at whether technology made the world a better place. Featuring the brilliant Robin Ince once again and a line-up of top notch range of speakers, we're aiming to fire up your synapses and entertain you in equal measure.
Digibury Weekender takes place on Saturday, 17th October from 10.30am to 4pm at the Gulbenkian in Canterbury. Tickets cost just £25 (£10 concessions).
Since we started Digibury in 2012
- More than 1200 people have come along to Digibury events
- There have been more than 100 great talks
- We've covered topics ranging from crowdsourcing poetry to the Three Laws of Robotics
Getting involved in Digibury
- Anyone can come along a Digibury event for free
- Just sign up on our Meetup page now
- And we welcome speakers from any background to share their ideas and passions too
Who runs Digibury and why?
- Digibury's run by Canterbury-based digital agency Deeson
- We set it up to give something back to the digital community in Kent
- And our friends at the Gulbenkian in Canterbury generously host the event
Digibury was founded by Deeson MD and Drupal expert, Tim.
He's an active player in the global Drupal community scene and is a co-director of DrupalCamp London too.
Simon is Agency Director at Deeson and helps organise Digibury.
If you'd like to speak at Digibury or have a question about the event you can reach Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org.