Tickets are sold out for the November 14 & 15 Creative Time Summit: Stockholm. Email to get on the waitlist.


Hosted in partnership with Public Art Agency Sweden, the first iteration of the Creative Time Summit outside of NYC will focus on expanded public practice at the intersection of art and politics, touching on issues of extreme nationalism, migration, and surveillance—timely issues both in Europe and around the globe.


Expect the signature fast-paced, back-to-back dynamic Summit presentations, but with many new twists, surprises, and opportunities for deeper engagement. Over two days you will hear from close to 40 speakers, including keynotes by sociologist Saskia Sassen and Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama, as well as talks by Tania Bruguera, Ahmet Ögüt, Nastío Mosquito, Metahaven, Propeller Group, and Birgitta Jónsdóttir, to name a few. Read all about the 2014 speakers.


In addition to the on-stage programming, the 2014 Summit: Stockholm will feature a range of parties, excursions, meals, dialogues, and workshops. Some highlights include artist-led local tours and open houses; an interactive lunch installation by Ghana ThinkTank; a performative and participatory multi-course dinner at the Moderna Museet based on Ethiopian and Swedish traditions; and a closing party—hosted in collaboration with Mossutställningar at Studio Verksamma Tillsmanns—that will feature a roller disco and over 200 artists, hackers, musicians, filmmakers, activists, and authors.





On Friday November 14, following the first day of the Summit, we will continue the conversations over a special dinner at the Moderna Museet, complete with live interactive performances. Based on Ethiopian and Swedish traditions, the multi-course meal will represent a collaboration between artist Loulou Cherinet, artist Sara Lunden, the farm and artist collective Kultivator, and museum resident chef Malin Söderström. Tickets are available exclusively to Summit attendees and presenters as an optional addition to the main conference ticket. Space is limited!