Open Education Program
Slow Factory’s Open Education Program’s mission is to broaden access to learning and training traditionally offered through formal education systems or corporate programs that often dismiss or exclude the experience and teachings of BIPOC folks. Slow Factory's Spring Classes have discussed Fashion and Colonialism, Fashion and Waste, Fashion and Resistance, Fashion and Cultural Heritage, and the History of Regenerative Agriculture to name just a few.
On June 16th join us on a class with Andrea Álvares, Natura’s Chief Brand, Innovation, International and Sustainability Officer, on the standing forest bioeconomy – a sustainable business model in the Amazon that uses natural resources in an ethical and intelligent way contributing to local development and conservation of the forest.
Sign up for the class “Floresta Em Pé”: Regenerative Economies in the Amazon Forest.SIGN UP