Art Insight
A partnership with Workman Arts and Lakeshore Arts

Thanks to a $1 million investment over four years from the Slaight Family Foundation, Workman Arts is expanding its art training programs throughout the GTA by partnering with Scarborough Arts, Urban Arts, North York Arts, East End Arts, Arts Etobicoke and Lakeshore Arts. The expanded program tackles the prevalence of social isolation in individuals with mental health issues and the lack of opportunities to build lasting social connections through meaningful engagement outside of the mainstream mental health system. Workman Arts’ art training programs are unique in the mental health sector because they do not treat the art class as secondary to the mental health benefits. High-quality art classes across all disciplines are facilitated by instructors with lived experience of mental health and/or addiction issues.

Art Insight – A partnership with Workman Arts and Lakeshore Arts  is specifically looking to add programming in South Etobicoke. This includes the area between Etobicoke Creek to the West, and the Humber River to the East, The Queensway to the North, and the lakeshore to the south. Courses will begin in January 2022 and February 2022 running 5 weeks in length online.

*Note- Course registration for participants will begin in December 2021

Have questions?
Jules Vodarek Hunter
Art Training Program Manager
416-583-4339 Ext. 8



Art Insight – A partnership with Workman Arts and Lakeshore Arts invites instructors to propose accessible and inclusive online or hybrid courses for our 2021/2022 training program. Instructors will develop and teach workshops and classes for participants living in South Etobicoke. Each course will be provided with a Workman Arts peer support person, who will support participants with anything that may come up for them during the class.