How do we go about designing our future and being conscious of our past? How to lay the foundations for a sustainable world? And what does it mean to live in a present that is trans-cultural through and through? Read our voices editorial.

Seven Key Propositions by Action for Future

In a project titled Action for Future, activists from the Dresden team of Fridays for Future have been working together with the Japanisches Palais towards a vision for sustainability and its dissemination across the cultural sector. The following propositions arose in the process of elaborating a “sustainable culture of sustainability”. The goal was to kick start a discussion around the import museums have in the sustainability debate while pointing to existing programs already underway. By Action for Future

21. December 2021 — Read / Opinion (4 minutes) More

Zukunftsforum meets VW: How is electromobility transforming the public space?

Anna-Lisa Reith from the Dresden State Art Collections in conversation with Carsten Krebs (Head of Communications Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH), Dr. Robert Franke (Office for Economic Development of the city of Dresden) and Kevin Bauch from Fridays for Future Dresden.

02. December 2021 — Watch / Conversation (72 minutes) More

Zukunftsforum: How will mobility work in the future?

Anna-Lisa Reith from the Dresden State Art Collections in conversation with Carsten Krebs (Head of Communications Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH), designer Daniel Huber, traffic psychologist Lisa-Marie Schaefer (TU Dresden), psychologist Jens Schippl (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and Florence Thurmes (Curator of the Children's Bienniale – Embracing Nature).

18. November 2021 — Watch / Conversation (104 minutes) More

Zukunftsforum: How sustainable is the digitalisation?

Anna-Lisa Reith from the Dresden State Art Collections in conversation with Carsten Knoll from Bits&Trees, the local network for digitalisation and sustainability in Dresden, and Kevin Bauch from Fridays for Future Dresden.

27. October 2021 — Watch / Conversation (58:30 minutes) More