Rare with Google today announced applications have opened for the APAC 2020 masterclass – an innovative online course that helps enable diverse talent in the creative industries.
Rare with Google was founded in 2017 to address the distinct lack of diversity in the creative industry and the limitations it placed on new ideas and innovation.
This year, the program will be open to a limited cohort of 60 underrepresented creatives from the Asia-Pacific region, selected by application only.
The masterclass will run over six sessions from August 14-28, 2020. Rare with Google is co-produced by global design platform Semi Permanent , whose flagship Sydney creative festival hosted the first ever Rare masterclass in May, 2019.
An interdisciplinary roster of world-class instructors will lead Rare Masterclass APAC 2020, including activist and historian, Blair Imani; creative director of Google creative lab, Tea Uglow; Zimbabwe-born, Aotearoa-based poet and speaker Takunda Muzondiwa; Olympic snowboarder Cheryl Maas; renowned meditation expert, Light Watkins; and many more.
The Rare APAC 2020 lineup was curated with programming partner Utopia, a UK-based business change consultancy led by Nadya Powell and Daniele Fiandaca. Applications are now open via rare.withgoogle.com.
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