The Laboratory of Speculative Ethnology uses design and performative exploration to explore social fictions created by social facts.
Creativity labs are immersive environments that assist the public in thinking more expansively about the kinds of social problems they are trying to solve.
Design mediates so much of our realities and has tremendous impact on our lives, yet very few of us participate in design processes. In particular, the people who are most adversely affected by design decisions — about visual culture, new technologies, the planning of our communities, or the structure of our political and economic systems — tend to have the least influence on those decisions and how they are made.
Drama Games for breaking the ice, physical warm-ups, group dynamics and encouraging creativity. These activities are drawn from a wide range of sources, including traditional games, as well as exercises developed by directors, actors and teachers.
Open source and free tools and activities to support creative practitioners
99% Invisible is a sound-rich, narrative podcast hosted by Roman Mars about all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.
Transforming K-12 education so that all students can acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to thrive in their studies, careers, and adult lives.
Design is all around us, whether it takes the form of objects and spaces, images and interactions, or systems and processes. Beyond meeting a need, design can experiment with forms, techniques, or materials to be an expression of a concept or beauty.
SuoMu, the Finnish Association of Design Learning, promotes the use of design education in different teaching platforms, leisure activities, and among the general public.
Transition Design argues that we must learn to think rigorously about the sustainable, long-term futures we want to transition toward and that these futures must be ‘pluriversal’ and equitable.
How to design a ‘world of many centers and voices.’ In this forum, the aim was to pivot the discussion around decolonization from a critical perspective to a creative and generative one.