OUR COLLABORATIONS MOBILIZE BORDERLESS PARTNERSHIPS AROUND A SHARED PURPOSE BY FIRST ASKING...
WHAT IF? Education was based on the remixing of creativity, collaboration and diversity?
REMIX Learning is a non-linear educational framework that helps young people around the Caribbean how to transform the things that make them different into the things that make them amazing.
WHAT IF? We could connect the most talented and innovative young creative thinkers from the Caribbean with International Universities that teach the subjects young people are truly passionate about learning?
The Caribbean College Fair for Creative Thinkers is where the top creative schools from around the world can find and recruit the most talented and innovative young creative thinkers from the Caribbean region.
WHAT IF? We could develop a hub for DJs who remix the World?
Cultural DJ Radio was an online platform sharing music that was created by mixing, combining and fusing elements from different cultures.
WHAT IF? We could build a library of films that remix the World?
BorderlessCreativityFilms curate, share and produce films that remix creativity and diversity.
WHAT IF? We could reward projects and organizations that value borderless creative collaboration?
The CRECUCO Awards recognize the most innovative projects that honor the remixing of creativity and diversity.
WHAT IF? People who migrate to a new country could enter into a dialogue with their new neighbors?
The mukucity project was developed to remix the worlds of the many international artists who share their unique skills in creative hubs around the city of Hannover in Germany.
WHAT IF? Democracy could be strengthened through the Arts?
We helped create the EU funded project ARTIVISM through a series of borderless collaborations between artists and activists to discover ways of using art as a vehicle to drive democracy.
WHAT IF? A refugee community and creators from across the world could create together?
We collaborated with the Cameo Kollektiv to produce a series of learning workshops along with a magazine that explored the meaning of 'Arrival'.
WHAT IF? Young people could develop a different approach to curb the HIV/AIDS crisis in the Caribbean?
While exploring the Art of being unique together, we partnered with the Kaiser Family Foundation in California and the Caribbean Broadcast Corporation to produce the LIVE UP campaign which lets young people throughout the Caribbean openly share their thoughts on HIV/AIDS.