Competition: two Future Everything
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Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with the Future Everything conference to give two readers the chance to win a guest-list pass for two days of talks and lectures in Manchester next week.

Congratulations to the winners! Jane Ling and Paul Pilcher, both from the UK, won passes to the Future Everything conference.

Future Everything festival

The Future Everything event will explore the theme of Tools for an Unknown Future. "The conference debates our fascination with tools as the most natural path towards social change, and open up new ways to question, imagine and make the strange troubled thing called the future," explains Future Everything founder and CEO Drew Hemment.

Keynote speakers include Mike Bracken, UK head of Government Digital Services, and Anthony Dunne, head of Design Interactions programme at the Royal College of Art.

Future Everything festival

A programme of talks and panel discussions will explore themes including: How to Create a Tool, Superfictions: Design for Social Dreaming and Mapping the Digital Public Space.

Speakers include Synthetic Aesthetics design fellow Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, writer and technologist James Bridle, curator Liam Young and Dezeen columnist Justin McGuirk.

Future Everything festival

The programme also features the Apps for Europe Awards, where ten teams will pitch their ideas for open-data start ups, from apps that find the most bike-friendly routes across a city to finding the nearest and cheapest parking.

The conference will take place at Manchester Town Hall in England on Monday 31 March and Tuesday 1 April. Winners will be able to collect their passes on the door. You can follow the event on #futr @futureverything

This competition is now closed. Two winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners' names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

Images show projects to be demonstrated at Future Everything Live, taking place alongside the conference.