The two-day conference programme, which is mixed in with live music and art has been running for 18 years.
Design and research centre Fabrica’s new chief executive Dan Hill has been named as a speaker.
The importance of online archives seems to be underlined by the Google Cultural Institute and by Europeana.eu, a European Union portal, which brings together content from the AV collections and archives of Libraries and Museums across Europe.
Similarly Tony Ageh, the controller of archive development at the BBC will be speaking. He’s delivering the BBCs strategy for making its programme archive more available and developing a Digital Public Space.
Ageh, in his previous role as controller of internet at the broadcaster, was responsible for helping to create and deliver the iPlayer.
Future Everything chief executive and creative director Drew Hemment says ‘thinkers, designers, and creative practitioners from around the world’ will be taking part in presentations, panels and workshops.
Future Everything takes place from 21-24 March at The Hive, 47-51 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FN. More speakers are expected to be announced in coming weeks. For more information and tickets head to futureerything.org