Emergence Creative Festival will return to Margaret River in March 2024!

Emergence Creative Festival will return to Margaret River in March 2024!

The Creative Corner has announced Emergence Creative Festival is making a long awaited return in 2024. Scheduled for March 20th – 22nd, Emergence, known for its ‘anti-conference’ format has a legacy of uniting the brightest minds in creativity.


Themed ‘Time to Make Space’, the Creative Corner is promising Emergence Creative’s return to be an invigorating celebration of imagination and collaboration, all set once again within the iconic Margaret River region.

Festival Chair, Mat Lewis, said: “After Emergence Creative suffered two bouts of COVID-19, to say we are excited to be back in 2024 is somewhat of an understatement.”

“What I love about Emergence Creative is it has a unique ability to attract the crafty, the curious, and the crazy. When I look back at the impact and connections that have driven projects and inspiration for doing things differently, it’s going to be incredible to bring back the Emergence Alumni to the region,” he added.

Anita Pettit, Festival Director, said: “I am thrilled to be involved with an event with such a rich history of bringing some of the most imaginative minds together. The Emergence Creative Festival has always been a convergence of diverse minds, a celebration of innovation, and a journey into the extraordinary”.

Emergence will once again feature a dynamic line-up of speakers, collaborative workshops, and immersive experiences, with events scheduled across a range of venues and locations throughout Margaret River.

The Creative Corner have shared an initial EOI for partners, collaborations and sponsors, for additional information, please contact: Anita Pettit, info@emergencecreative.com.

Further announcements regarding the festival’s speaker line-up, event schedules, and ticket sales are slated for release in the coming weeks.

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Emergence Creative acknowledges the festival is being held on the lands of the Wadandi Boodja people. We recognise and respect their continuing culture, and ask you to tread lightly and with respect on Wadandi Boodja.