Multidisciplinary / General

  • Savvy Sessions presents Festival Circuits for Theatre & Dance with Emilia Alvarez. Venue TBA. This workshop is free but registration is mandatory. MAY 5, 2018.
    1PM – 4PM.
    Click here to learn more.
  • YES Montreal is offering a workshop to help build your artistic career and finances: Jump Start Your Art & Financing Options on MAY 7, 2018 from 1:30PM – 3:30PM (repeats MAY 30, 2018) This orientation session will outline the support services that are available to artists through YES and other arts organizations, and give an overview on how you can finance your work. This workshop is free. Click here to learn more or call: 514-878-9788.
  • Savvy Sessions presents Build Your Own Website with June Park at the Morrin Centre (44, chaussée des Écossais, Québec, QC, G1R 4H3). This workshop is free but registration is mandatory. MAY 13, 2018. 10AM – 1PM. Click here to learn more.
  • Savvy Sessions presents Grant Writing (Québec City) with June Park at the Morrin Centre (44, chaussée des Écossais, Québec, QC, G1R 4H3). This workshop is free but registration is mandatory. MAY 13, 2018. 2PM – 5PM. Click here to learn more.
  • YES Montreal presents Getting Permission: Legal Privacy For Artists. In this workshop for visual creatives, you will learn how to manage the legal aspects of getting permissions to ensure that you get the proper consent and that you negotiate well. This session will cover model releases and consents, location releases, working with minors, and special copyright issues. MAY 30, 2018. 6:30PM – 8:30PM. $20.00. Click here to learn more.

Dance

  • Savvy Sessions presents Self-Producing Dance with Andrew Tay at the MAI (3680 Jeanne-Mance St, Montreal, QC, H2X 2K5). This workshop is free but registration is mandatory. – MAY 6, 2018. 1PM – 4PM. Click here to learn more.

Theatre

  • Imago Theatre’s annual workshop series Atelier will take place this year over two weekends in JUNE (JUNE 2-3 and JUNE 9-10).
    Workshops include:

    The Art of Direction Led by Micheline Chevrier, Artistic Director of Imago Theatre;
    The Technique of Auditioning Led by Eda Holmes, Artistic Director of The Centaur;
    Introduction to Mask Led by Anana Rydvald, Actress, Mask Artist, and Teacher;
    Introduction to Butoh Led by Kyungseo Min, Performer, Emerging Playwright;
    Introduction to Pochinko Clown Led by Jed Tomlinson, Clown, Director, and Educator;
    Introduction to Stage Combat Led by Anita Nittoly, Fight Director and Stage Combat Instructor with Associate Instructor, David Chinchilla. Click here to learn more.

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