Designing Time Summer Solstice Panel at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum On Saturday June 23rd, 2018, the longest day...
“For tens and thousands of years they have understood how to create harmonious systems of relationships between people, animals, land, and water.” - Dr. Dori Tunstall
According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the Circular Economy is a framework to achieve environmental and economic goals at the same time.
How incorporating seagreens into cuisine benefits us and the planet.
The ritual of smell and hearing takes years in order to perfect.
Four leading AI thinkers debunk “AI clichés” and discuss diversity, bias, and the role of a designer in instilling responsibility in this time of change.
Explore the evolution of colors in design, the role of color in the natural world, and the inspiration designers have long drawn from nature.
TEALEAVES at the World Biodiversity Forum alongside WHO, Microsoft, NSCAD and more.
The unique art of archiving, and thus curating the past, has distinct implications for our future. Learn from the curators in this virtual roundtable.
In celebration of Earth Month, and the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, we convened virtually for a "Tea & Talk", featuring The Garden of Secrets, a documentary film by TEALEAVES and UBC Botanical Garden.
Ichi-go Ichi-e is the esteemed Japanese idiom that expresses the fleeting beauty of passing time. Its significance extends to the ritual of Chadō, the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
“I believe that Chado helps remind us what the most important things in our life are.” - Ms. Yasuko Takahashi