Workman Arts is a multidisciplinary arts organization that promotes a greater understanding of mental health and addiction issues through creation and presentation. We support artists living with mental health and addiction issues through peer-to-peer arts education, public presentations and partnerships with the broader arts community.

TRAUMA-INFORMED BOUNDARY SETTING & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

JANUARY 21, 2021
Trauma-informed boundary setting and conflict resolution with Sheila Wilmot, Ph.D., January 21, 1:00-4:30 PM, on Zoom

FREE LIVE PANEL: TALKING ABOUT YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH

JANUARY 28, 2021
A group of four people on stage, sitting in chairs and holding microphones, sitting in front of a projected image of themselves on stage.

MENTAL HEALTH FILM SERIES

In the lead-up to the annual Bell Let’s Talk Day on January 28, we’re showcasing free docs-and-conversations about mental health and mental illness in partnership with Bell Let’s Talk and Hot Docs.

FOR MEMBER ARTISTS

MEMBERSHIP

If you are an artist who has received services for mental health and/or addiction issues and you’re interested in our programs, consider applying for membership!

TRAINING

Members have access to free high caliber art training courses in all disciplines delivered by professionals with lived experience.

EQUIPMENT & STUDIOS

Members can access our high quality equipment, gear and materials for on-site projects and classes. They also have the opportunity to apply for studio space.

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Workman Arts creates real change in the lives of artists living with mental health and addiction experiences. Your support enables artists to reach their creative and professional goals.