What are the workshops?
Each Saturday this May, BridgeCAT (the Bridge Centre for Arts and Technology) is offering a free workshop. Each workshop runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. All the materials are supplied and you’ll even get a snack. Best of all, it’s your chance to express yourself, your way.
Community Mosaic – Reflect your world and how you see it – with glass, clay, tiles, treasures and more cool materials. Join Vancouver-born artist Miro Davis in creating a collaborative mosaic for the new BridgeCAT Centre.
Graffiti Art – Tune in to “Innercity Life” with Halifax’s own Elijah Masek-Kelly and fine-tune your urban art.
Spoken Word – Got something to say? Poet Shauntay Grant wants you to speak out – in your strongest voice.
Dance – HipHop. Stomp. Jazz. However you move, award-winning performer Cindy Cain can help you amp it up.
How do I sign up?
Email your name, contact info and which workshop you’re interested in to email@example.com
When do I have to sign up?
Email us two weeks before the workshop you want to take. Space is limited, so don’t delay. We’ll email you to let you know for sure that you’re in the workshop.
What if I want to take more than one workshop?
Tell us your first choice, second choice and so on. Again, space is limited but we’ll try to get you in the workshops you want.
Where are the workshops being held?
They’ll be at BridgeCAT’s studio space at 50 Queen Street, Dartmouth.
What is BridgeCAT?
BridgeCAT is an organization that offers arts and technology training to high-school age kids. It’s called the Bridge Centre for Arts and Technology because our programs are for people on both sides of the Halifax-Dartmouth bridges.
If you represent a youth group interested in attending a workshop, let us know. We’ll do our best to fit you in. Email us at:firstname.lastname@example.org