Unlock curiosity. Stoke passion. Inspire action.
Browse our programs for teens and adults below—and develop the art of storytelling, as you tap into your creativity.
Interested in the science of stories and how they help us learn and grow? Read about creativity and the brain.
Change is hard. Never more so than when our lives have been upended by a pandemic. Sometimes, we just need an excuse to take ourselves away from the day-to-day and release the stress. In this live, interactive program, we'll journey together into the art and heart of storytelling.
Workshop: Five sessions full of inspiration, tips and tools to make daily journaling a meaningful part of your life.
Blending STEM, story and creativity, Robin Stevens Payes, author of the Edge of Yesterday teen time-travel book series is now offering high-school girls a unique opportunity to claim their voices and innovate the future through STEM, arts and creativity.
For High School Students
How do our stories—about ourselves and the world we live in—show echoes of the past and a pathway towards the future?
In this six-week program, students investigate pivotal historical time periods related to the Edge of Yesterday book series and tap into their curiosity, creativity and empathy to explore how the past informs their present. Students will get hands-on experience interviewing, writing, leading, collaborating, setting and meeting deadlines (and more!) in a professional, entrepreneurial environment.
In this part of our Creativity Lab, we bring you the backstory: how daydreaming is vital to brain health. What we know (for now) about time travel. Why having a growth mindset is a strong metric of success. And, most of all, why creativity matters.
Our goal: to encourage your curiosity, deepen your drive to discover and make learning fun!
Mindbenders provide a stimulating cognitive activity that can boost various parts of our brain. Here, we offer a mix of fun and whimsical digital puzzles hand-created by artist and educator Becky Tai.
Book talks, workshops, and classes, oh my!