Australia's leading podcast event, Audiocraft Festival is an unmissable three-days for creators and fans alike. You’re invited...
Audiocraft Podcast Festival
Australia's leading podcast event, Audiocraft Festival is an unmissable three-days for creators and fans alike. You’re invited to listen in, learn from the best, unlock new skills and level up your podcasting game.
Hear from audio's best and brightest: Audible’s Jesse Baker, Collin Campbell and Eric Nuzum, who between them are the team behind Audible’s hit shows Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel, The Butterfly Effect with Jon Ronson and true-crime series West Cork.
Also part of the lineup are Eleanor McDowall (Falling Tree Productions / BBC's Short Cuts), Robert Smith (NPR's Planet Money), Helen Zaltzman (The Allusionist from Radiotopia) and Beverley Wang (ABC RN’s It’s Not A Race & Stop Everything!).
The full program lineup has been released, with exciting names added to the mix including Michelle Macklem (CBC's Sleepover & Constellations), triple j's Mike Williams and Namila Benson (ABC). Check out rest of the lineup and learn more about the speakers here.
June 1 | Audiocraft Presents: ATMOS @ Sushi Topia
An immersive listening experience curated by Darwin's StoryProjects. Sit at a sushi train in Redfern, and enjoy sounds and stories inspired by the ocean while nibbling on tasty morsels. Limited spots, and your meal is included in ticket price. Sold out.
June 1 | Audiocraft Presents: Radio Atlas @ 107
Recommended in ‘best of’ lists by The Observer, New York Times and more, Radio Atlas is an English-language home for subtitled audio from around the world. Hear artful documentaries, dramas and works of sound curated by producer Eleanor McDowall (UK). Sold out.
June 2 | Audiocraft Conference @ Aerial UTS Function Centre (+ after party)
Join niche industry discussions about the craft, future of audio and the 'Australian' sound. Ticket includes catering for the day, including morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea + drinks. Book now.
June 3 | Workshops @ AFTRS
Boost your audio skills: Audiocraft workshops are pitched to producers at all experience levels, from emerging to veteran. See session schedule here. Tickets selling fast, with allocation already exhausted for both of the audio-editing workshops. Book now.
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Access and Inclusion
- Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.
- Companion card - The Companion Card is for people with a significant permanent disability, who always need a companion to provide attendant care type support in order to participate at most available community venues and activities.