Imagining Our Future
Past Event

Imagining our Future


Fri 19 May 2:00pm - 6:00pm


Free, booking required


Hanover House
158 City Road, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia


Seating available Wheelchair accessible

In an increasingly short-term world facing significant challenges on the horizon, the art of thinking long-term is more critical than ever. However, many people struggle to apply this mindset in their daily lives. Imagining Our Future is a workshop style event organised by Sustainability Victoria to help participants learn about future thinking in a creative and interactive environment, alongside experts in foresight.

According to Sustainability Victoria, major issues of our time, such as inequality, conflict, and climate change, require solutions that extend beyond the short-term. Foresight thinking holds the promise of enabling exploration of multiple potential futures, so individuals, organisations and governments can make better strategic decisions today to help bring us closer to our desired future tomorrow.

At the event, participants will have the opportunity to practice future thinking, create their own artifact from the future at the Futures Bazaar and discuss potential future scenarios with peers and experts from Sustainability Victoria. They can also provide input into Sustainability Victoria’s futures and foresight work. This event is made possible by BETA by STH BNK.



BETA By STH BNK is a revolutionary testing area exploring the future of retail through a series of events and residencies across fashion, learning, food, art and technology. These unique and innovative events are designed to give Melburnians a feel for what can be expected as part of the Beulah’s transformative and visionary mini-metropolis, STH BNK By Beulah.

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