REASONS TO GIVE

Over 30 groundbreaking years working in various artistic media, Workman Arts has produced more than thirty original full-length Canadian plays, twenty-five ‘Rendezvous with Madness’ Film Festivals, seventeen Annual ‘Being Scene’ Juried Art Exhibitions, five ‘Mindset’ Juried exhibitions as part of the Contact Photography festival, four multi-disciplinary festivals and one international festival, the ‘Madness and Arts’ World Festival.

We have been leading the way in supporting artists with mental health and addiction issues since 1987 and we need your contribution to continue offering our award-winning programs.

Your donation goes directly towards supporting artists with mental health and addiction experiences through:

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ART TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR ARTISTS
AT EVERY STAGE IN THEIR CAREERS
 
– Art training courses are completely free to member artists
– We hire Instructors with lived experience (many are current or former Workman Arts members)
– All equipment used in the course is provided at no cost to the artist
Art Cart
ART CART
 
– Enables the hiring of Artists with lived experience to provide arts programming at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) patient units
Bruised Years Choir
BRUISED YEARS CHOIR
 
– The Bruised Years Choir has been providing artists with mental health and addiction issues with life-enhancing experiences and a community to belong to
 
– Participation is completely free to member artists!
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RENDEZVOUS WITH MADNESS FILM FESTIVAL
 
– Support our film festival on mental health and addiction issues as presented by both Canadian and international filmmakers
– Tickets are Pay What You Can for persons on fixed incomes
Being Scene 2017
BEING SCENE
 
– Our professionally juried visual arts exhibition provides opportunity to present art work that might not otherwise be seen.
– Artists receive 100% of the art sale revenue