Workshops are about creativity in three dimensions. Traditionally, schools have offered workshops devoted to wood craft or metal craft or cooking or art or physics or chemistry or more recently, robotics. We imagine a far more comprehensive, collaborative venue combining all these functions. The workshop is about invention fueled by knowledge. It takes the theoretical and makes it tactile. The workshop is about innovation and problem-solving. The workshop reminds every student that they are still that creative, playful kindergarten version of themselves, but with more information and some added skills. The workshop acknowledges that the world has problems, real ones, that require solutions engaging all of the learning modalities and multiple intelligences. It invites every student to drop pretense and specialties and play with something different. It is perhaps, a vision for the real world.