Profiles and interviews with the incredible members of the Skillshare community: teachers, students, creatives, and team.
How Kathryn Kellogg weaves a zero-waste ethos into every part of life—and how you can, too.
From painting one-of-a-kind wildflowers to crafting a greener everyday routine, explore the outdoors and embrace your creativity with these engaging classes.
In honor of Women’s History Month, find inspiration from Skillshare teachers: Ann Shen, Cat Coq, Amarilys Henderson, Neha Modi, Charly Clements, Hallease Narvaez, and Jamie Smith.
In our Inspiring Women series, we are imprinting the 31 days of March with 31 stories from the Skillshare teacher community.
The digital illustrator known to followers as @ohhappydani shares tips for how to grow your Instagram following organically—and then use it for good.
Last month, we launched a creative competition with our friends at Unsplash, the definitive source for beautiful, free images you can use on any project. Here are the winners.
In collecting and publishing essays, art, and poems for her ‘Mercury’s Brood’ anthology, djenneba drammeh is building herself an inspiring new community and powerful new narrative.
Now that 2020 is behind us we are extremely excited and hopeful for what 2021 will bring. Here are some things on the horizon for Skillshare for teams.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Unsplash to get inspired in 2021. From now until February 16, we’d love to see how you’ve used this time to get creative and make something meaningful by indulging your artistic side.
This is Kemp Powers’ story, as told in his words on episode one of the brand new Spark and Fire podcast from WaitWhat, in exclusive partnership with Skillshare.