Our mission is inspired by this quote from visionary and architect Buckminster Fuller:
“Make the world work for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone.”
- Buckminster Fuller
January 23rd & 24th, 2015
Learn Do Share Gothenburg
February 6th – 8th, 2015
Learn Do Share Miami
March 19th, 2015
Learn Do Share Warsaw
April 9th – 11th
Learn Do Share Paris
Civic Innovation Lab Launches in LA
We’re excited to announce the launch of Civic Innovation Lab Los Angeles. A partnership between Learn Do Share, Hub LA & the City of LA. For more info visit civicinnovationlab.la
- Our Learn Do Share methodology and framework, which we like to call an OS (operating system) is being adapted by Universities, organizations and makerspaces as a tool to help tackle wicked problems by harnessing storytelling, play, design thinking and collaboration. Over the last four years, we’ve collaborated with Jorgen van der Sloot and FreedomLab to design and prototype a social innovation lab to explore solutions for complex problems. The Learn Do Share lab runs at our events as well as having been staged for Columbia University, the UN, the City of Los Angeles, UNICEF, and the Danish Government.
- What is Learn Do Share?
Learn Do Share is a resource on collaboration, design fiction and social innovation. Focusing on the cross-section between design thinking, collaboration and storytelling, we release quarter-yearly pdf-books. In addition to our changemaker conversations we create a series of case studies and manuals, each of which explains and reflects on collaborative experiments and social prototyping. Our work is developed by scientists, storytellers, designers, hackers, producers, fans, architects and engineers. Read more in the about section
- How to set a theme?
The theme is determined by the local producer based on a discussion with the core LDS team. We encourage local producers to connect so that themes can cross boarders.
- Who get’s invited and how (speakers)
Local producers determine the program and speakers based on the theme. This is a mix of local and international speakers.
- Who get’s invited and how (audience/participants)
The events are open and free to all attendees