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Artist Boot Camp: Creating and Achieving Your Goals with Allison Moore

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Presented in partnership with Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA)

These free online workshops are designed to help you to advance your art career, and welcome participants of all genders and artistic media. 

 

Thursday, Sept 22, 2022, 7 – 9 pm online

Creating and implementing goals requires a thoughtful balance of nurture and discipline. This workshop will provide you with the opportunity to reflect on your relationship with creating and achieving goals. Together we will explore a selection of goal-setting models, strategies and resources that support generating, refining and putting your goals into action.

 

Allison Moore is a visual artist/educator who lives in Treaty 1 territory in Winnipeg. Her art practice assumes a pseudo-scientific investigative process, wherein she works with natural materials in ways that respond to their unique and often unpredictable characteristics. She currently works as a full time art teacher.

Cancellation policy

Creative Manitoba reserves the right to cancel or postpone any event where a minimum registration level has not been met. Participants registered for an event that is cancelled by Creative Manitoba will receive a full refund.

Registrants may cancel up to one week before the event to receive a full refund. No refunds will be issued to registrants who cancel within one week of the event start date. No refunds will be issued for registrants who do not attend.

Substitute participants are allowed in most cases, but not all. Please check with us ahead of time if you wish to send a substitute participant by calling 204-927-2787.

It is our intent that Creative Manitoba programs and events foster a supportive, nonthreatening environment for everyone to participate and share in - regardless of gender, ability, ethnicity or cultural differences. We ask that you please be welcoming and respectful of world views that differ from your own.

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