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The presentation will give participants a virtual tour through the Museum of Futures: Pandemic Pivots exhibition while recounting the process by which the exhibition was created. Future Festival participants will learn from our experience engaging diverse communities in participatory futures work, how we used artists as synthesisers of themes and imaginaries and how we constructed narratives that bridge current and hopeful discourses around climate change. Participants will also receive a link to the Virtual Museum which they can explore at their leisure.
Claire Marshall (she/her)
Claire Marshall has a love for stories, technology and social good. An award-winning creative her work melds story-telling, futures thinking and experience design to hack the way our brains think about the future, so that we can take action on climate change.
Mel Rumble (she/her)
Mel Rumble is a strategic designer, futures researcher and UX/digital producer who works at the intersection of design, foresight and systems to foster regenerative and inclusive futures. She draws on participatory, strategic design and futures approaches in her current innovation role at NSW Health Pathology. Mel also teaches within several futures, innovation and complexity subjects in TD (Transdisciplinary) School at UTS, and is the co-curator of the latest City of Sydney-funded Museum of Futures exhibition, Pandemic Pivots. The Museum of Futures draws on art, participatory foresight and speculative design to highlight the role we can all play in shaping futures.