Journal of Futures Studies

Art and Design

Forward Theatre and Causal Layered Analysis

September 25th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Case Studies, Gender Futures, Media, Communications and Foresight, Narrative Foresight | Comments Off on Forward Theatre and Causal Layered Analysis

by Sabina Head ABSTRACT Storytelling may be useful for communicating futures content to newcomers. Performance is a richly illustrative story demonstration that engages the audience through a greater variety of the senses; it can show scenarios existing in a functioning world, if a temporary one. Causal layered analysis reveals a story’s depth of innovation, offering spaces […]

Scenario Art: A New Futures Method that Uses Art to Support Decision-Making for Sustainable Development

September 25th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Case Studies, Ecological and Environmental Foresight, Foresight Field Building, Scenario Work and Alternative Futures | Comments Off on Scenario Art: A New Futures Method that Uses Art to Support Decision-Making for Sustainable Development

by Aleta Lederwasch ABSTRACT This paper introduces a new futures method, Scenario Art, which involves the use of visual representations of future scenarios to support decision-making towards sustainable development. Based on preliminary investigations it is proposed that Scenario Art has the capacity to increase a person’s level of empathy, creativity and responsiveness to risk; and on […]

Design Futurescaping

September 3rd, 2012  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Media, Communications and Foresight | Comments Off on Design Futurescaping

by Justin Pickard, Anab Jain & Jon Ardern View PDF  

Forward Theatre: An Introduction

December 5th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Futures Studies Methodologies, Narrative Foresight, Participatory and Network Foresight | Comments Off on Forward Theatre: An Introduction

by Sabina Head ABSTRACT Futurists build scenarios for clients and are concerned with effectively communicating them. Stories provide frameworks and aim to engage audiences with entertainment techniques that include more than rational thinking and analysis, by exploring alternative futures involving characters and events as individuals deal with issues brought about by a new situation. Stories work […]

Unexpected Issues and Solutions: Emerge from Environmental Manipulation Strategy

June 5th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Futures Education | Comments Off on Unexpected Issues and Solutions: Emerge from Environmental Manipulation Strategy

by John Cokley & Marisha McAuliffe ABSTRACT Environmental manipulation removes students from their everyday worlds to unfamiliar worlds, to facilitate learning. This article reports that this strategy was effective when applied in a university design unit, using the tactic of immersion in the Second Life online virtual environment. The objective was for teams of students each […]

Queensland Transport Futures 2003-2020

November 7th, 2004  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Transport Futures | Comments Off on Queensland Transport Futures 2003-2020

by David Kay ABSTRACT Over the last 30 years, the use of public transport in Queensland has dropped alarmingly. This paper looks at the potential for reversing that trend over the next 20 years, in the light of rapid population growth and urbanisation that is expected to occur. Also examined here are some of the lifestyle […]


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