Stanford Online Launches FREE Creativity Course Ft. Warner Music Artists!

Such an honor to be a part of Stanford University’s new program on creativity. It’s gonna be a free course for everyone to take and the amazing professor Tina Seelig is on a mission to help unlock everyone’s inner genius.

Check it out and sign up here:

Here we are at the #BubbleGoth HQ, with Tina interviewing me after I gave her a MoonChild makeover♥♥ #goodtimes #MusicToMyEars

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For all of you Music Lovers and Creative Minds out there:

Last week, the Los Angeles Times reported that Stanford Online will offer a FREE six week course on creativity featuring Warner Music artists, including; Josh Groban, Jason Mraz, Tegan and Sara, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, Fun.’s Nate Ruess, and our very own Buzzmaker Kerli!

Creativity: Music to My Ears is a free, massive open online course (MOOC) – led by Stanford Engineering Professor Tina Seelig – that will teach creative problem-solving skills through the lens of music.

“Musical talent is not required to participate in the course – just an interest in exploring factors that influence creativity…Music provides a universal context to put these skills into practice, which is where the experience of Warner Music Group comes in.”

“Music crosses borders and languages, so it is the perfect lens for unlocking creative potential on a global scale,” said Seelig.

The course begins April 2 and registration is now open! Check it out and sign up HERE to join all of these amazing minds around the world on a journey of creativity!

What are your thoughts on this? Will YOU sign up??