CreateNow is a podcast that explores creative and generative approaches to changing the systems that rule (and are ruining) our world. Guests will include innovators from finance to banking, business to art–we’re interested in people who are causing a ruckus creatively rethinking and remaking sectors once thought unchangeable.
We’ll be launching in June.
Host and Producer
Robert Ransick is an artist, designer, educator and entrepreneur. After the economic collapse of 2008 and Occupy Wall Street, he enrolled as an MBA in Sustainability student to research the systems that fueled the catastrophic events. His interest in social justice, public engagement, local economies, and the generative power of creativity to affect change made this a natural place for him to acquire new knowledge and skills.
His creative work has been exhibited in both national and international venues and he has received funding from Franklin Furnace, the Mellon Foundation, the Boomerang Fund for Artists and the NPN/VAN. He is a faculty member at Bennington College where he teaches courses in digital arts, social practices, and creative entrepreneurship. He is partner and CTO of Up Homes, a new modular manufactured home company. BFA Photography, School of Visual Arts; MA Media Studies, the New School for Social Research; MBA in Sustainability, Bard College.