The Many Tomorrows Festival is an international, distributed sequence of events dedicated to alternative futures, and the role of arts in figuring them out and making them happen. The people organizing events believe in creating shared and common material created with and by diversity, to draw up different images and narratives to tackle the important challenges we face today.
The Festival took place during a two months period, from September 14th to December 3rd. Workshops, exhibitions, conferences, shows, games happened at different times in different parts of the world.
See you in 2020 for another series of events!
Some event also offer live stream captation to participate at a distance.
Although the exploration of content, the angles and the formats are presented in different shapes and
sizes, all of, the events are linking by a common theme:
“TRANS–” [ –ITION • –GRESSION • –HUMAN • –DISCIPLINARY • –GENDER • – PARENT •–MUTATION • –MISSION •– HUMANCE… OR ANY NEW TRANS– PEOPLE HAVE DECIDED TO EXPLORE )
Passing of the torch
The events are also linked together by the passing of a Torch.
The Torch is a simple message sent from one event to the next. It includes two items:
1. ONE KEY OUTPUT or insight from one event: What did was learnt, produced, invented?
2. ONE CHALLENGE to the next event: A difficult question, A problem leǁ unsolved, An idea the organizers feel they need to elaborate.
This project is initiated by The Plurality University Network is a global, open organization that connects the artists, designers, utopians and activists who use the power of imagination to enable alternative futures. We believe in sharing stories and other imaginary productions, from different parts of the world hopefully to ignite the emergence of new alternatives for action, new common paths for future transitions.
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