The curriculum at Creative Thinkers Lab is based on our belief in Borderless Collaborations becoming the essential tool in the Age of Creativity.
The Moonshot Factory is a diverse group of inventors and entrepreneurs who build and launch technologies that aim to improve the lives of millions, even billions, of people.
Hyper Island creates a world of lifelong learners. They design intelligent journeys, products, and services to lead change.
At the core of Hyper Island methodology is collaboration, complex problem solving, continuous learning and creative thinking – skills we believe will be relevant throughout people’s lives and careers.
Pi School is made of game changers, entrepreneurs, risk takers, optimistic minds, talented creatives and tech designers. Pi school is made by us and by you. It is never static, it moves with the world. It facilitates cross-industry and interdisciplinary learning, self-expression, community action, mentorship and it accompanies those who want to reshape society and open the door to new possibilities.
The Okawa Center for Future Children is founded on the belief that new digital technologies can (and should) transform how children learn, what they learn, and who they learn with.
The Age of Creativity is a network of more than 1,000 professionals who all believe that creativity and culture supports older people to experience better health, wellbeing and quality of life.
The Institute of Imagination exists to create space to re-imagine our world together. Their aim is to develop vital skills for the future and help support the wellbeing of everyone we work with.
The handbook for embracing neurodiversity illustrates how employers in the creative industry can better support neurodiverse workers. The project, titled Creative Differences, was commissioned by Universal Music UK. The handbook, which can be accessed online as a PDF, is accompanied by a series of animations, that document the lived experiences of eight neurodiverse people.
FABRICA is a research centre which offers young people from around the world the opportunity for creative growth and multicultural, multidisciplinary interchange.
Learning Creative Learning is an online course and community of educators, designers, technologists, and tinkerers exploring creative learning. Participants create hands-on projects based on their interests, explore new technologies, and share ideas with peers from more than 100 countries. The course is organized by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab.