FoST SUMMIT

June 3-4, 2020 • NYC
Dates Changed for the next Summit!

We have some big news—After seven years of no summer vacations, we've made the decision to move our FoST Summit from Fall 2019 to late Spring 2020. It's with great delight that we announce that the next FoST Summit will take place June 3rd and 4th, 2020, again at Snug Harbor in New York. This will give us even more creative breathing space and planning time to ensure that the 2020 Summit is our most spectacular yet!

About the Summit

The Future of StoryTelling Summit is an intimate, invitation-only event that gathers a stimulating mix of thinkers and practitioners from diverse fields, who are shaping the art, science, and business of storytelling in the 21st century. In the spirit of participation and inspiration, the FoST Summit aims to break the fourth wall and make attendees a vital part of the event. In addition to opportunities to network and form new relationships with important influencers and creators, our unique, curated programming includes:


SPEAKERS
Intimate roundtable conversations with Fortune 100 leaders, brilliant technologists, marketing visionaries, and renowned academics

WORKSHOPS
Hands-on creative workshops in which participants can acquire new skills

EXPERIENCES
Exhibits featuring the world’s best immersive storytelling projects and technologies and memorable performances by groundbreaking artists
Past Speakers
FoST is amazing, the format, the energy, and the vibes were off the charts...there is only one conference better than TED, and that’s FoST.
Kevin Schaff
CEO, T3 Media
It’s Khan Academy meets Cirque du Soleil!
Marvin Chow
Global Marketing Director, Google+
FoST is the most intoxicating and incendiary mix of people and ideas that I’ve ever come across.
Felix Barrett
Founder & Director, Punchdrunk
FoST is simply the best conference I've ever attended
Ted Schilowitz
Futurist, 20th Century Fox
Location

One of New York City’s hidden gems, Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden began its life in the mid-nineteenth century as a home for retired sailors. Today, the sprawling 83-acre campus is a thriving regional arts center that includes landmark buildings, lush gardens, and wide-open spaces. It’s a place where history and the arts come alive in one of the city’s most unique architectural complexes and historic landscapes.

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