Announcing Three Futures (and a Fortune) at FutureFest

This week we’re hugely excited to announce a brand new project: Three Futures (and a Fortune), commissioned by the RSA and Nesta.

We have been working together with the RSA in response to their report ‘The Four Futures of Work’, detailing four potential trajectories for our economy. Together with our team of Associates and Makers, we’re doing what Coney do best and playfully activating this report to create a fun and engaging interactive experience for FutureFest attendees. 

Join us on Friday 20 March for an immersive story-game, made in partnership with the Future Work Centre of the RSA, where we invite you to playfully experience a journey into 2035.

“Here at VSNRY we’re tackling the Big Qs, Big Qs about you. We do this with our experiential focus groups: playing futures, provoking debate and discovering how we feel in the face of uncertainty.

But what if your future wasn’t uncertain? What if all the tools we need to better grasp certainty are right here?

Join VSNRY, for one day only, for the invaluable opportunity to better understand your own fortune, simply by answering some simple questions and making some minor decisions. Together, we can find more options in the evolving present.”

Find out more about Three Futures (and a Fortune) including times and how to book, here.

FutureFest is a day-long celebration of our power to shape the future. Run by Nesta, it offers audiences a space to push the boundaries, connect with other thinkers and find their own visions for what might lie ahead.

The RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) are a global community of proactive problem solvers, sharing powerful ideas, carrying out cutting-edge research and building networks and opportunities for people to collaborate, influence and demonstrate practical solutions to realise change.

Three Futures (and a Fortune) is created by Coney, here represented by Harriet Bolwell, William Drew, David Finnigan, Melanie Frances, Jeannine Inglis Hall, Kieran Lucas, Michelle McMahon, Ed Naujokas, Adam Robertson and Tassos Stevens

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