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Why wait? There’s free education out there for creatives

We are in the midst of an unprecedented global crisis.

Still, we have time at the crib. Time to focus on a new goal, a new passion, a new understanding. And like Nip would say it’s time to “adjust the energy, as best you can.”

Dedicated to pushing the 10K80 mindset, we wanted to take a look at ways creatives can #levelup by learning during this quarantine period.

Free Ivy League Courses

Massive Open Online

The eight Ivy League Universities (Brown, Harvard, Cornell, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, and Columbia Universities, and the University of Pennsylvania) are offering 450 online courses across multiple platforms. These courses are known as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC’s).

Ivy League Schools are so incredibly difficult to gain admission into. And even if you do have the merits to get in, the schools take the bread from your pocket swifter than the suction tube gathers the balls at a bingo machine. (Aye! *Fivio Foreign voice).

Now is the chance to learn from some of the greatest minds and institutions in the country and world.


Skillshare is an online learning community for people who want to learn from instructional videos.

Skillshare focuses on collaborative work and hands-on engagement, rather than lecturing, with a cumulative project at the end of the course as the main goal.

At Kulture Hub, we have curated Skillshare courses designed for creatives seeking expertise or advisement in their goals.

We have an indefinite amount of time stuck mostly indoors and away from large social gatherings. In this time, we may as well push each other and ourselves to learn new tricks and trades.

So that while we may not come out better off from this quarantine, we come out doing all that we could to try.

Click here to get your free trial homie. 

Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Creative Cloud is offering support to creatives during COVID-19.

For people feeling the financial ramifications of the quarantine process, Creative Cloud is allowing them to keep their accounts even while not paying.

Bless yourself with this step by step process here.

For certain people, this measure goes beyond allowing creatives to get their projects and work done. It allows them to keep their sanity.

We are roughly only one week into the quarantine process, and many of us are already feeling boredom and anxiety levels through the roof. Continuing to work on creative projects is paramount right now.

Once the pandemic is over, we will look back at this time of social distancing with glossy eyes.

For how painful and detrimental it was to millions upon millions of people, did it help us better understand our environment? Did it bring us closer together as a people?

It will.