Many people are trying to find ways to stay creative right now (though do not feel pressured if you’re not). If you do have an itch to create, you might be inspired by Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s new YouTube Originals miniseries, Create Together. Described as a collaborative new learning series, Create Together seeks to showcase collaboratively made art and creative projects all while bringing the global community together. Watch the trailer:
This brand new six episode mini-series invites friends and families from all over the world who are coping with this unprecedented time of isolation to come together and showcase their creativity and collaboration. Rather than profiling lone artists and showcasing their finished work, each weekly episode will document the creative process as people find each other online, and remotely collaborate on a variety of family friendly projects—short films, short documentaries, music videos, and more. Anybody can come be a part of the show on HITRECORD, Gordon-Levitt’s Emmy-winning platform for creative collaboration.
The first episode, “Scream with Me Because it Works” launches today on HITRECORD, Gordon-Levitt’s YouTube channel that has over 212K subscribers. They kick things off with a poem of gratitude, and a gentle reminder that there’s nothing wrong with a good old-fashioned cathartic wail.
Gordon-Levitt is no stranger to collaboration, obviously. He launched HITRECORD in 2004, and the platform has only grown. HITRECORD’s website states, “Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, whether you’re into writing, film, music, or any other kind of art, you’ll find our community a welcoming and positive place to be your creative self.” This community has always been important and is even more so now.
Following the creations and collaborative processes of everyday people who are trying to stay creative during COVID-19, Create Together is produced by Brian Graden Media and HITRECORD. New episodes will drop on Mondays at 9:00am PT on HITRECORD’s YouTube channel.
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