Creative Assembly, the makers of Minecraft, will open a new educational video platform in partnership with the makers community, its founders announced today.
The educational platform, called Creative Assembly Education, will be designed for educators who are looking to increase their understanding of the world’s greatest creative endeavors.
It will be created by Createspace, a non-profit that helps people learn about the worlds most interesting and innovative ideas through the arts and culture.
Createspace’s mission is to help teachers understand and communicate creative ideas to their students.
In the past, it has provided tools to help schools, community centers, and teachers with creative content.
The launch of Creative Assembly is the company’s first step toward the creation of the platform.
“Createspacenew educational content and services is a natural fit for our mission to inspire and connect the world to our shared creative endeavors,” said Creative Assembly cofounder and CEO Brad Wardell.
“The creative community has been able to tap into this opportunity to bring our passion for education and education systems to life.”
The educational channel is expected to launch in the coming weeks, with the launch of a website and an app available in early 2018.