Today Apple Creative Studios launches in 7 new cities.

Apple has announced that it will expand its products. Today at Apple Creative Studios Initiatives for seven new cities including Berlin, Miami, Milan, Nashville, Sydney, Taipei and Tokyo. It will also return for a second time in Bangkok, Beijing, Chicago, London, New York, Paris and Washington DC, with the program reaching a total of 14 cities.

All new sessions are free and open to the public. However, not all classes are available in all locations. Registration is available at:

The expanded program will provide career development mentoring, training, resources and an entirely new curriculum in app design, podcasting, spatial audio production and filmmaking to more young creatives in an underrepresented community worldwide.

Although Apple offers a variety of classes, not all public sessions are available in all locations. For example, the new app design program is only hosted at Apple Store locations in New York. Meanwhile, art and design courses only run in Milan and Taipei. Miami and Washington DC have books and storytelling. Berlin, Nashville, Chicago and Paris offer music, radio and podcast programming. And London, Sydney, Beijing, Tokyo and Bangkok will be the venues for photography, film and TV classes.

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Today at Apple Creative Studios’ goal is to foster creative education for young people who struggle to find similar classes elsewhere. The initiative connects participants with Apple mentors as well as over 30 non-profit community partners specializing in areas such as books and storytelling, app design, radio and podcasts, photography, film and TV. The program is designed to celebrate the creative skills and talents that have the potential to inspire social change in their respective communities.

Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail + People, said: said in a statement, “Our stores have long provided a platform to showcase the outstanding talent of local artists, and our retail team is proud to play a role in creating a place that supports creativity and welcomes all within the community. A huge thank you to Apple Creative Pro, retail team members, and regional partners for extending access to free arts education and mentoring to the wider community.”

Over 400 young people participated in Creative Studios programming last year, and some creators have been able to showcase their creations on Apple Music, Apple Books and elsewhere in the Apple ecosystem.

“It was an honor to share my passion for Apple technology and storytelling with these young people. Technology entered my life at a young age and completely changed my trajectory. My hope for these published authors is that they continue to tell stories of their own lives. The world needs their point of view,” said Rudy P., Apple Creative Pro, Apple Carnegie Library, Washington, DC.

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