Taking place on a Sunday after the last day of classes, Skillshare Sunday is a student program sponsored by the Danforth University Center at Washington University in St. Louis. The program adopts the philosophy of Skillshare, an online learning community where experts from all over the world teach real-world skills. Instead of video demonstrations and lectures, Skillshare Sunday invites students to learn new skills, such as sushi rolling, meditation, salsa dancing, and bookbinding, from fellow students and Wash.U. staff in an interactive workshop environment. The logo plays up the program's main element of interaction through the intersecting points of the triangular modules. Together, the triangles build the letter "S" which stands for Skillshare Sunday's alliterative name. The negative spaces in the form of the "S" also imply a possible infinity sign, further enhancing the idea of interconnectivity.