OK Go Creates Online Learning Platform

Posted by Greg on Mar 21, 2018 in Music |

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Chicago quartet OK Go are no stranger to ingenuity but their latest venture just might be their best to date. The award-winning band has partnered with The University of St. Thomas’s Playful Learning Lab to launch OK GO Sandbox, an online portal that allows educators and students to engage with concepts in innovative and playful ways.

Formed in 1987, OK Go has to date collaborated with dance companies, hosted a TED Talk, hung out with The Muppets and had their music stored on strings of “>DNA. They’ve authored a New York Times op-ed and appeared before the US Congress, and were hand-selected by President Obama to perform at his 50th birthday party. Their list of accolades includes the 2016 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award for Visual Art, a Grammy Award, three MTV Video Music Awards, 18 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity awards, six CLIO awards, three UK Music Video Awards and two Webby Awards. Their work has been presented at The Guggenheim, MoCA, LACMA, The Hirschhorn, The Hammer Museum, and Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture.

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