Transform Your Photography with Adobe

At Skillshare, our mission has always been to unlock the world's creativity. We believe that everyone is creative, and that giving people tools to harness their creative power has the potential to change lives for the better. That's why we're excited to team up with Adobe to bring you a great deal on the world's best photography tools: Photoshop CC and Lightroom. 

Announcing the New Skillshare School of Photography

Exciting news! This fall, we're teaming up with more than 20 iconic photographers to bring you the Skillshare School of Photography. Each week, we’re unlocking a new photography class full of cutting-edge techniques and creative inspiration. Whether you have a pro DSLR or an everyday smartphone, these classes will challenge you to capture a unique perspective that's all your own.

Skillshare Heads To The Hamptons

Quarterly retreats are a big part of Skillshare’s culture. Four times a year, we take time out to connect, reflect, plan, and re-energize. It’s a great way to stay aligned and inspired. This past quarter, we’ve been especially busy. We released our Membership program, launched dozens of new classes, and added some remarkable folks to our team. To celebrate our big wins, this quarter we headed out to the Hamptons.

The Skillshare Team Enjoys A Night Out At The MET

Recently the Skillshare team took a field trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art alongside the much buzzed about, guerilla-style Museum Hack tour. While we looked forward to seeing some of the best pieces and artifacts the museum had to offer, we soon found out that a night with Museum Hack meant a whole lot more than walking through exhibits. 

Keeping our members safe: a message about Heartbleed

You may have heard that earlier this week a critical security bug named “Heartbleed” was revealed in the popular cryptographic library OpenSSL. This bug impacts the technology used to encrypt sensitive information for millions of widely-used sites and services, from Netflix to Instagram. The majority of web servers that use HTTPS to secure traffic were impacted.