‘Today at Apple’ launches New World campaign offering a 12 week free creative program

Apple's new Today at Apple campaign

Apple’s Today at Apple campaign launched New World — 12 weeks of free hands-on virtual sessions and creative guides exploring creativity and its role in rebuilding a better world yesterday.

The new sessions are focused on learning new creative skills from some of the world’s leading artists, designers, and photographers.

Coming from graphic design, illustration, fine art, photography, and everything in between, the line-up of over 20 creatives hails from New York, Barcelona, Mumbai, Beirut, London, and many more cities worldwide.

Alongside the live sessions, the team will also publish five Creative Guides on It’s Nice That, which you can complete at any time, at your own pace. 

These will also be led by a creative, who will walk you through the entire process.

Both the hands-on virtual sessions and these Creative Guides will offer you the chance to learn something new, from creating a typeface to taking a perfect portrait to design a flag for the new world.

You can read about the new program on the “ItsNiceThat” website and sign up for the 12-week virtual program from Apple’s site. 

For those stuck at home due to lockdown and interested in pursuing some creative avenues, this set of free courses from Apple might be one of the best options to stay engaged and learn a new skill.

Source: ItsNewWorld

I am a technologist with years of experience with Apple and wearOS products and have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. In my day job, I advise fortune 500 companies with their digital transformation strategies and also consult with numerous digital health startups in an advisory capacity. I'm VERY interested in exploring the digital health&fitness-tech evolution and keep a close eye on patents, FDA approvals, strategic partnerships and developments happening in the wearables and digital health sector. When I'm not writing or presenting, I run with my Apple Watch or Fossil Gen 5 LTE and keep a close eye on my HRV and other recovery metrics.

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