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Hack (verb): to devise or modify something, usually skillfully
Innovation thrives at the crossroads where ideas, perspectives and information from different fields, places and people collide in the chaos of creativity. That's where new ways of thinking, new products and new directions emerge.
Open Studio is a jumping off point where you can explore your creative side (even if you think you don't have one).
Wrap your mind around unexpected activities. Stretch your creative muscles. Express yourself in film, music, style, art and new ways of using technology. Take creative risks. Question assumptions. Explore new ways of thinking.
Whether you build them up, break them down or recombine them to make something new, Open Studio has the raw materials to fuel your imagination.
- Mash up some toys to create something new
- Digitally paint with light
- Create the ultimate outfit using recycled materials
- Compose a musical symphony with colour
- Animate your greatest hope or fear
- Use your dancing shadow to create music
- Build your own kinetic sculpture out of discarded materials
Designed for youth with youth, Open Studio is a place where participants create, congregate, collaborate and celebrate. It is always changing, always dynamic – driven forward in new ways by our visitors – a platform for creative curiosity and new ideas and skills.
After you create, scan your Open Studio creations and publish them to our Visitor Creations showcase here on the TELUS Spark website!