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About This Class

This course is about setting up your first art workshop.   Learn all about how to plan and organize your own art workshop. Examples of reliable techniques for exemplary results for your students are given. You will discover the theory and best practices for classroom management. Methods for teaching that, through experience and research, has been proven to reliably lead to a desired result will be emphasized.​

The course will take one or more days to complete.  The step by step lessons provide a structure for getting the workshop organized. A basic lesson plan format is provided. Anyone interested in teaching an art workshop can take this class.

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I wish I had taken this class before instructing years ago. I had to learn via books that were often written more for traditional school environments where there was a semester to complete a project. This is great for workshops, short sessions.

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Doris Charest

Contemporary Fine Art Specialist and Instructor

Doris Charest – Biography

Education:

BED University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB

BFA University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

MED University of Alberta, AB

Mixed media is Doris’ favorite favorite form of painting . She loves exploring with textures, shapes, and a more contemporary look. Nature and the world around her inspires Doris. Her love of texture won her the Allessandra Bisselli Award and a First Place in a Still Life show with the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver. Look for Doris Charest’s work in the American Magazine: Sommerset Studio (Summer, 2007) and British Magazine: Leisure Painter. Both feature a three pages of Doris’ artwork. She won the Sylvie Brabant award in 2011 for her work in the art community. In 2013 she won First Place for her collage work in a show with the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver, BC.  For workshops: Phone: 780-458-3951 or email: [email protected]