Andrew Sliwinski is a research scientist with the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. His work focuses on the intersection between learning, creativity, and technology.
Andrew serves as co-director of Scratch – an online community and tool for kids to explore their creativity through computing which reaches over two hundred million children every year. Prior to joining MIT, Andrew co-founded the learning organization DIY Co. which was acquired by LittleBits in 2018.
As a designer and engineer, Andrew has worked with various organizations during his career including LEGO, Google, Anki, Hewlett-Packard, Universal Music Group, and The Aspen Institute.
His work as a creative technologist has been displayed at The Museum of Modern Art, The Kennedy Center, and Carnegie Hall. His work has been profiled by The New York Times, NPR, Wired, and Fast Company.