OUR COLLABORATIONS MOBILIZE BORDERLESS PARTNERSHIPS AROUND A SHARED PURPOSE BY FIRST ASKING...

WHAT IF?

WHAT IF? We would celebrate the ability to think differently with secondary school students in the Caribbean.

The Creative Thinkers Project rewards young people who think differently with opportunities to achieve success.

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WHAT IF? We could help students who learn differently become students who think creatively?

The Caribbean Dyslexia Centre in Barbados helps students turn the things that make them different into the things that make them great.

WHAT IF? Teams of Creators could redefine the concept of diversity on a global landscape?


By utilizing the equation, 1+1=3=1, Borderless Creativity Labs connects leaders and young creatives from diverse cultural experiences to develop projects focusing on equal rights and diversity.

WHAT IF? People who work in the Arts and fled or migrated to Germany 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.

WHAT IF? Democracy could be strengthend through the Arts?

We helped create the E.U. funded project, ARTIVISM through a series of borderless collaborations between artists and activists that is discovering 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 throughout the Caribbean community were involved in developing creative approaches to help curb the HIV/AIDS crisis?

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.