Create
Create

Record your own voicemail from a possibly climate-changed future:

1-321-7-FCOAST

Call to hear examples and leave a message.

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Hide

Place Chronofacts for others to find. It’s a big scavenger hunt for objects from the futures.
(extra goodies for educators).

FutureCoast in 118 Seconds
FutureCoast in 118 Seconds
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Host

Use our event script to engage members in fun forwardthinking activities. Email us for details.

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About

You’ve stepped behind the curtain of FutureCoast, a collaborative authentic fiction of possibly climate changed futures.

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Talk

Sam and Alex, Shelly and Billy Dan: share your ideas with the FutureCoast characters.

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Voicemail Ideas: Resources

FutureCoast Events

UPCOMING EVENT: London Science Museum

UPCOMING EVENT: London Science Museum

Wednesday, April 23, 19:00 – 21:00
Science Museum’s Dana Center
165 Queen’s Gate,South Kensington, London
RSVP: 020 7942 4040 or e-mail tickets@danacentre.org.uk

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UPCOMING EVENT: The Exploratorium

UPCOMING EVENT: The Exploratorium

Tuesday, April 22nd6-8:30 pm
Exploratorium, Pier 15, San Francisco
Free Admission
RSVP required: call 415-528-4646 to reserve your place

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Future Voicemails at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Future Voicemails at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Participants in our recent event at the Smithsonian American Art Museum got a special treat. A chronofall happened inside the museum galleries, leading searchers to explore the collection from a future thinking and climate change perspective. Not only were voicemails recorded; objects from the futures were also created – inspired by the sounds of other FutureVoicemails.

Chronofall & Voicemail Creation in Brighton, UK

Chronofall & Voicemail Creation in Brighton, UK

Dr. Sarah Atkinson and Dr. Julie Doyle hosted a voicemail creation workshop at the University of Brighton. As residents of the southern coast of England and subjects of the winter flooding in the region, participants in this workshop had a very personal connection to climate change.