Creative Activism for Artists workshops in Regina and Saskatoon

Free Workshop!!

Creative Activism for Artists
Presented by the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance
and Common Weal Community Arts

Led by Nadine Bloch, Training Director with Beautiful Trouble

Limited enrollment and just two opportunities to participate in this workshop specifically designed for artists and cultural workers to develop effective arts action tools.
Saskatoon Friday, February 2

and from 1-5 pm
AKA Artist-Run at 424 20th Street West
Creative Activism for Artists
An outstanding opportunity for artists and arts professionals to learn more about what advocacy
is and how to apply it in work and life. The four-hour workshop, being held once in Saskatoon
and once in Regina, will explore:
 roles of cultural workers and artists within campaigns and movements
 advocacy strategies and best practices
 resiliency and sustainability while campaigning
 tools and tips for effective arts action and action planning
Workshop leader Nadine Bloch is a Training Director with Beautiful Trouble which is an
alliance of artists, trainers and creative campaigners who offer a dynamic mix of hands-on group exercises, presentations, strategic brainstorms, and other skill-building activities designed to empower and engage participants to be smarter and more creative organizers.

Check out www.BeautifulTrouble.org for more information.

Register now by calling SAA at 306-780-9824,
or email info@artsalliance.sk.ca .

In addition, Beautiful Trouble is also offering Training for Strategic Creative Action: A Weekend
with Beautiful Trouble in Saskatoon on Feb 3rd and 4th. The deadline to register for that two-day workshop is Jan. 29th (or Jan. 24th for transportation support) at http://earthbeat.sk.ca.