All Tomorrow’s Futures is a postnormal consultancy. We combine cultural and strategic consultancy within a research-creation platform that moves with change, inhabits new forms and possibilities, and engages diverse futures. We work with fellow shapeshifting organisations, individuals and communities looking to embody new forms, practices and capacities in times of transition. 

We are living in a present marked by multiple, interwoven crises: ecological collapse, societal instability, planetary exhaustion and resource depletion, ongoing injustices and widening inequality. We believe it is imperative to ask how we might enable the flourishing of just and equitable futures – for individuals, communities, organisations, and societies – and which transformations are necessary to achieve them. With one foot in the present and another in the not-yet-now, we invite you to join us at the interstices and inbetweens of what possibility wishes to become.

All Tomorrow’s Futures was founded by Ana Tiquia from the desire to devise radically inclusive and participatory ways to host conversations on our shared futures, and to bring artistic practice and future strategy into dialogue. After spending over a decade working with artists, cultural organisations and design and technology studios in the UK and Australia, Ana recognises the world-making and paradigm-shifting potential of artistic and creative practice. Having practiced foresight and future strategy with public and private sector organisations at a variety of scales, she found herself excited by the possibilities of this work, yet frustrated by its limitations. Ana formed All Tomorrow’s Futures to further a futures practice grounded in care and multi-generational thinking, which draws upon artistic methods to widen the circle of who and what we include and care for when doing strategy.

All Tomorrow’s Futures is committed to antiracist and decolonial futures practices, and we recognise the diversity of futures work carried out by Indigenous peoples, those in the majority world, and those from the margins. We particularly acknowledge the continuous and ongoing work of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation whose unceded lands we work upon, and whose practices of futurity and care have sustained multiple lifeways and culture for tens of thousands of years. 

Our collaborators, partner organisations and clients include:

Somerset House
City of Melbourne
Auckland Museum
Monash University
Museum of Discovery (MOD.)
Guildhall School of Music & Drama
Barbican Centre
Studio Ongarato
Grumpy Sailor
Melbourne Museum
Care-Full Design Lab, RMIT University
Ab Rogers Design
Corey James Studio
Articles of Clothing
Philharmonia Orchestra