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UPCOMING WORKSHOP: CREATING HEALTHY TEAMS


Interested in building a healthier working team? Want to learn and discuss how to better communicate, understand responsibilities, and respect boundaries, especially in a post-COVID-19, grassroots environment?


Join us on Wednesday, August 23, 2023 from 6:00-8:00 PM on Zoom for a conversation on building a healthy team dynamic. In this 2-hour, virtual workshop, we’ll discuss communication, responsibilities, leadership, organization, and accessibility to keep our teams healthy, supportive, and fun.


This is a FREE event, and is open to all artists and arts workers 13-29 interested in discussion and tools to create healthier working teams.


SESSION DETAILS:


Register: Here!


Date: Wednesday, August 23rd; 6:00-8:00pm


Location: Zoom (a link will be provided upon registration)


Facilitator: Sariena Luy, Caitlin Arizala, Flaunt It Movement


Partners: This workshop is presented by ArtReach and Flaunt It Movement


Notes:

  • This workshop is intended for Toronto-based artists and community arts workers ages 13-29

  • Closed Captions will be provided

  • If you register and are no longer able to attend, please cancel your ticket or email info@artreach.org

*Please email info@artreach.org if you have any accessibility needs for this session no later than 72 hours before the start of the workshop*


About The Flaunt-It Movement


Flaunt-It Movement ("Flaunt-It") is a 2SLGBTQ+ BIPOC & youth-led social purpose organization that fosters self-love, highly-esteemed representation and leadership opportunities for young women and non-binary youth of intersectional identities.


Our community organization comprises a grassroots artist collective (Flaunt It Movement), a social enterprise (Flaunt It Collection), and a creative co-working studio (Flaunt It Studio) that celebrates women and non-binary peoples' endeavours. The three entities coincide as a platform to empower marginalized 2SLGBTQ+ BIPOC/women to become self-actualized artists, activists and entrepreneurs, as we primarily serve marginalized communities in Northwest Toronto.


Our programming consists of a biennial visual anthology production, an annual Creative Internship program, and year-round community events/workshops focused on giving opportunities and resources in the arts, activism and entrepreneurship.


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