Every month, we will meet on zoom to answer your questions on the (…)
A meeting for those who use anticipatory narratives as a tool for engaging communities in transitions Lyon, June 10-11, 2021 At this stage, this initiative will use French only.
All through march, we will meet on zoom to answer your questions on the Narratopias project. These drop in call take place every week and at different hours. They are open discussions and meant to (…)
STD On February 25th, we are meeting around our last thematic of the U+Zine cycle History. During this time together we will learn about and participate in writing alternative historical fictions. (…)
Narratopias is a collective, open project to organize, on a global scale, a collective response to the recurring call for new narratives. An invitation to embark on a collective search for (…)
U+ has launched a cycle of short thematic explorations for alternative futures and change, through the lens of arts and fiction: U+ZINE. Every two month, one theme, one call for artistic/fictional (…)
Project yourselves and others into alternative futures of mobility, by working with artists, experts and non-experts to produce new insights, stories and directions. How? Get in touch to take part or (…)
We are seeking a curatorial committee for our next U+ZINE exploration around “History”. You have until January 2nd to let us know if you want to be part of the committee. The committee will meet (…)
The Plurality University Network along with many other organisations along the world, will join the Future Literacy Summit from the 8 to the 12 December 2020. “ Futures Literacy Summit will provide (…)
Un article de David Christoffel. L’art et la fiction peuvent-ils déterritorialiser tout à la fois les postures d’apprentissage et d’enseignement, la relation apprenant-enseignant et le contenu même (…)
We are currently launching two new U+ZINE topics: FOOD & HISTORY. Each theme seeks its committee! As for all editions of U+ZINE, there is also a call for contributions, a collection on Corpora (…)
@rackim nous invite à créer de nouveaux récits à travers les arts, la SF et nos imaginaires dans sa dernière Newsletter Futuromium #21.