A recap from yesterday! Check out some exciting events that happened around the world on March 12th:
In Anchorage, Alaska, the Anchorage Museum hosted a workshop on how to create your own hydroponic garden. Vertical Harvest Hydroponics joined Spark!Lab to talk about the genius of creative design through their innovative approach to making hydroponic gardening in Alaska more accessible.
In Nairobi, Kenya, Global Minimum‘s Innovate Kenya held an innovation workshop for students at the Kivuli Center/Creatives Garage.
In Nepal, the nonprofit Spiny Babbler continued to bring together governments, schools, pre-schools, and shelters to unearth young geniuses and showcase their ideas and their solutions for a nation that is suffering.
In Philadelphia, PA, the Free Library wrapped up its week of Genius programming with three events: a one-on-one writers’ coaching with Apiary Magazine, a workshop with the writers from Metropolarity about living under capitalism/militarism and using that as an inspiration for writing, and a reading and Q & A with metropolarity and friends.
Continue to stay tuned to #thatsgenius to see the great tweets from our global partners. More Genius events will be happening around the world in the coming days.
Some photos from 7 Days of Genius in Liberia earlier this week: