This workshop highlighted and explored various techniques and approaches to collaborating in a Canadian artistic context. Although every artist is different, and every art form has its own culture, this workshop identified some of the common expectations from artists in Canada. By Marjorie Chan facilitation and through group discussion, case studies, practice sessions and a chance to put those skills to work!
In this workshop we used our present, our bodies, and our memories, to uncover the power in each of our journeys as artists. Our own stories, individual and collective, became a work of art. Through a series of improvisations, participants developed small scenes that assembled together, collectively by the group, into a short play.
Participants had great time and exposure. Learned a lot about themselves, each other, and how to be more confident to express their artists’ ego.