The Future Imaginary Lectures is a series of public talks by Indigenous artists, scholars, activists, and technologists sharing their view of the future of Indigenous people and communities worldwide. In addition to the public talk, each speaker leads a seminar or workshop for graduate and advanced undergraduate students.
The Future Imaginary Dialogues is a series of interviews conducted with makers and thinkers affiliated with the IIF Partnership. Featuring an international group of scholars, artists, and activists from a variety of disciplines including game design, environmental sciences, agriculture, and Indigenous studies, the Future Imaginary Dialogues asks these leading thinkers and makers to talk widely and deeply about Indigenous futures.
Indigenous Futures Cluster Presents is the public event series of the Indigenous Futures Cluster (IFC) at the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology. The series explores how Indigenous people are imagining the future of their families and communities. Events have included informal talks, performances, exhibitions, and other public engagement activities.
Indigenous Futures Cluster Presents
Future Imaginary Dialogues
Future Imaginary Lectures