Future Arts is an association dedicated to an optimistic gaze in producing creative projects. We believe in the power of storytelling and love to collaborate with innovative minds.
We bring creators together and let their creativity bloom. Our first fruit of this process leads us into deep space: Para//e/s!
Musician, Writer, Future Arts President

When the wave of Anglo-American pop and rhythm and blues reached the Czech Republic in the mid-1960s, he initiated his first musical bigbeat projects at the grammar school in Olomouc and made his first public appearances with the group Refugees. He soon switched to the group The Bluesmen, where he distinguished himself nationally not only as a vocalist, but also as a lyricist and songwriter. 
His musical career ended with the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops into Czechoslovakia on August 21, 1968 to crush the Prague Spring. Jaromir Löffler emigrated to Switzerland, leading to a ban on his titles in Czechoslovakia, including the song "Ikony", which appeared on a memorial music record for Jan Palach.
In Switzerland, he studied at the University of Zurich, where he received his doctorate from the Philosophical Faculty with a dissertation on the subject of “Interviews in the print media”. In the following years he held leading positions in publishing and marketing media. Although he was only able to perform live sporadically during this time, he continued to write lyrics and composed music in his free time, which he produced in his studio.
In 2020, Jaromir Löffler was one of the key figures to found Future Arts to give life to the Para//e/s storyuniverse. He is the president of the board.
Board Member

* 1961 Zurich

I grew up in a family of artists in Zürich. After training as a graphic designer,  I studied illustration and painting at the Academy of Art Collage in San Francisco for two years. When I arrived back to Zürich, I opened my own graphic and illustration studio.

Painting and design was always present in my life. I appreciate the variety of different media as well as three-dimensional work. I like to experiment and get closer to hidden worlds, I try to find the magic in everything and in each of us. In the past I have had art exhibitions in various galleries in Zürich, on the Gold Coast and in San Francisco.

Years later I moved to Uetikon am See, where I founded our family with Andreas Franz. Our two children were born in 1997 and 1999.

I have been working for the Stöckenweid Foundation, Feldmeilen, since 2005. I founded and curated the Christmas tent, and managed it for 14 years. I taught general education for 10 years. Today I still design the packaging for our products, manage the painting studio and the internal theater group.  I trained as a design teacher and a year ago I switched to the textile studio, here I learn the craft of weaving and help develop textile products.
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