|Gosposka 15, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 241 2500, 386 (0) 1 241 2506|
|Organised by||Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana|
|Festival dates||7.9.2017 - 10.9.2017|
6.9.2017 - 8.9.2017
5.9.2018 - 7.9.2018
11.9.2019 - 13.9.2019
8.9.2020 - 11.9.2020
|Jani Pirnat, Indigo Head|
|Janja Buzečan, Indigo Public Relations|
Festival producers are the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana and Marsh Creative Production, with the festival core team consisting of , , and .
The first Indigo Festival took the topic "No Fear" and dealt with strategies to overcome the fear of the unknown through current changes in society. Many theorists and speakers participated in a series of discussions on design, architecture, art and ecology, such as, Rick Poynor, and Marko Paunović, among others. In the artistic part of the festival, visitors could take in a concert by the group ; the exhibition Young Balkan Designers 2016; the poster exhibition with designers Mirko Ilić, , , Bojan Hadžihalilović, etc.; an exhibition by and ; and many more. The evenings were coloured by DJs, otherwise renowned Slovene sound artists and theatre and film composers, such as , , etc.
The second edition carried the topic "Truth and Lies". By monitoring everyday events, we are subjected to media constructs that constantly operate with the concept of what is real and what is not. The plethora of news competing with each other creates a spiritual impoverishment that does not allow for a dignified perception of the space and time in which we live. Art and theory, with exceptions, are among the last havens offering reflection. Through the talks, lectures, concerts, exhibitions, performances and workshops, the second Indigo Festival showed the contemporary erasure of borders between the lie and the truth. Slovene philosopher, British designer Jonathan Barnbrook, Croatian designer Lana Cavar, the founder of the Société Réaliste and designer Ferenc Gróf, Austrian philosopher Robert Phaller, the music band Papooz, Croatian songwriter Sara Renar, DJ Levanael and many more participated.
The third edition was dedicated to "Rumours", a silent force that affects public opinion and behaviour, personal decisions and relations between people and communities. During 3 festival days, 24 events took place: the festival hosted more than 120 lecturers, designers, performers, film makers, musicians and other artists from 14 countries, such as English designer James Langdon, the design group Experimental Jetset, Irish writer Angela Nagle, philosopher Laibach group, etc. More than 3500 local and foreign visitors attended this increasingly popular festival.,