"Art as a Catalyst" re:future lab Founder Madeleine Schwinge in Monopol Podcast Fantasie Muskel → Tune in

"Art as a Catalyst" re:future lab Founder Madeleine Schwinge in Monopol Podcast Fantasie Muskel → Tune in

"Art as a Catalyst" re:future lab Founder Madeleine Schwinge in Monopol Podcast Fantasie Muskel → Tune in

"Art as a Catalyst" re:future lab Founder Madeleine Schwinge in Monopol Podcast Fantasie Muskel

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The School of Futures

The School of Futures

“Being futures-literate empowers the imagination. It enhances our ability to prepare, recover and invent in the face of change.”

We believe in the need to shift to a radically new form of education, one that spans disciplines and embraces a plurality of forms, media, tools and epistemologies. Freed from the market diktat, its constraints and pressures, “we enter the realm of the unreal, the fictional, or what we prefer to think of as design about ideas”.

Incubator Course

How to incubate a project and acquire full futures proficiency?

Futures Literacy

Futures Literacy

The certified Incubator Course program equips you with futures literacy and enables you to incubate your own projects over a process of several months.

A collective process carried out in a group (10 to 20 people) over a long period of time (10 months to 1 year) and in the form of a series of sessions. Ideal to incubate your projects or to re-qualify projects in the seed phase.

For whom?

For whom?

Creatives, startupers, founders, top executives, strategists, innovation managers, risk managers, researchers, futurologists, foresight experts, trend & policy analysts, urbanists, designers, planners, curious minds.

Stay tuned! The program and booking details will be announced shortly.

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Introductory quote. © UNESCO. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has championed Futures Literacy since 2012.

Quote in the text. © Dunne, Anthony, and Fiona Raby. “A Map of Unreality.” In Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming, 11–32. The MIT Press, 2013.

Madeleine Schwinge, Podcast Fantasiemuskel #29 Kunst als Katalysator

Madeleine Schwinge, Podcast Fantasiemuskel #29 Kunst als Katalysator

“The added value comes rather from the encounter with the artists' approaches and attitudes: allowing oneself to be fragile. That's why entering the re:future lab requires an open mind.”

“The added value comes rather from the encounter with the artists' approaches and attitudes: allowing oneself to be fragile. That's why entering the re:future lab requires an open mind.”