Our Mission: To tackle environmental issues via thought-changing experiences
An intentional design process, currently centered around the fashion industry's environmental impact, that improves on oft-heard stories.
While more rampant methods tell a story at listeners, we painstakingly design interactions that get a story out of our audience members.
There is always interaction and self-reflection at our events. Our audiences are actively present because that's how we make change.
What We Do:
Whether it's for corporate team-bonding or public events, we bring no cookie-cutter trivia session but customize with target audiences in mind. We enjoy audience-led impact, which is why our gamified fact-finding elements are coupled with deeper, slower conversations in the crowd. See you at the ArtScience Museum on August 26 at 11 a.m. for our next public session! Contact us for a session of your own.
Explain and inspire.
Talks and Panels
We love talking to the next generation—which is defined by actions, not age. We've been on panels such as for Fashion Revolution SG, EB Impact, and the SG Eco Fund x National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre, sharing insights, tips, and tricks on how to design effective experiences (and develop solid grant applications).
Our flagship project funded largely by the National Geographic Society, Changing Room is a short film and rare experiential screening. Whereas many projects have already pronounced fast fashion a climate change villain, we bring home how that villain is connected to our inner selves. See you at The Projector on September 23 and 30, at one of our four experiential screenings.
We're not closed to new ideas. Everyday, we experience them. Our team is eclectic and evolves with the projects we think are worthy of putting our blood, sweat, and tears into. If you see any possibilities to work together, just let us know.
Our Approach: Multidisciplinary & Connective
Silos can do more harm than good, as one "solution" can leak into a problem for another, if not thought of as part of a larger framework.
Not all projects leading to positive environmental outcomes have to be overtly environmental, especially considering much of environmental degradation does not come from people thinking, "Today I will destroy nature" or "Today I will create textile waste."
Environmental degradation is often collateral damage of other pursuits, the result of individual and collective hankering towards happiness, wealth, beauty, and other ideals that we address in our projects. These are complex and interwoven, and can be the work of multiple disciplines all at once.
Sometimes, the environmental front need not be belabored.