10% off all workshops in July
I’m happy to announce a discount on all workshops in the month of July. Also, don’t forget that I am happy to offer workshops on request and at a time of your own choosing if you can get together a group of at least 3 people.
Unstuck - a creativity workshop:
Being creative is always hard, and staying creative over the long term, can be really difficult. This workshop presents creativity research, hands-on projects and a range of tips to liberate your creative mind. Participants will reflect on what worked for them, enabling the development of individual techniques to guide you through your creative block.
Wednesday July 18 - 6-9pm $60. - 10% = $54. + HST
The Brain Storm - FREE
An unstructured studio drop-in where artists can meet, talk, brainstorm, share techniques, materials or ideas they are engaged with. Feel free to come with a friend or recommend people. No registration is required.
Saturday July 28 - 11am - 1pm
Show Your Stuff - an exhibition application workshop:
In this workshop, you will learn about the full range of ways that exhibitions can come about. We will discuss the diversity of exhibition settings, where to find and create exhibition opportunities and the pros and cons of each. I provide guidelines and examples of all aspects of an artist package for a curator or exhibition application. This includes Cover Letters, CVs, Bios and Image Lists. I will also give you tips on visual support material and websites in a comprehensive handout.
Saturday July 28 - 2-5pm after The Brain Storm
$60. - 10% = $54. + HST
To register: email@example.com
Mentoring is scheduled at a time convenient to you.
School Workshops can be arranged to fit your timetable and curriculum.
- 25% discount for students and recent graduates (to 2 years after graduation)
- 25% discount for newcomers to Canada (to 3 years after arrival)
- 13% discount for Artscape Community Card holders - individual critiques & workshops
- 13% discount for signing up a friend to a workshop
- 10% discount for bundle of individual critiques / studio visits