ˈstoʊə / stoa / porch
In Ancient Greece, a stoa was an architectural structure that served as a common meeting space for the community. Zeno of Citium would gather his students at Stoa Poikile, (Painted Porch) in Athens to study. It was here that Stoic philosophy was born.
We're building a special space for people across all disciplines to meet, learn, laugh, and dream; a sanctuary for artists and technologists to entertain and challenge one another with bold ideas, brave questions, and unbridled creativity.
By bringing together unlikely collaborators to experiment with new concepts and tools, we aim to empower our community to create with greater intelligence, enabling active participation in the evolution of human expression.