Waterlution, an internationally recognized water-focused Canadian non-profit has announced ‘Digital Arts Training & Discovery Sessions’, a series of paid educational opportunities for professional artists wishing to expand their knowledge and participate in digital media arts practice, with a focus on environmental care.
The series includes sessions on Social Media Marketing for Artists, led by Suzanne Zandbergen on Nov.21 & 28, 2022,
and Handheld and Pervasive Media for Artists, led by Adrienne Wong on Jan.9 and Feb.7, 2023. Artists who attend these sessions will be paid a $200 artist fee for each course.
The series kicks off with a free session on Virtual Reality Art, led by Kim Collier at McMaster University on Nov.16th.
Artists who are interested in applying, can fill out the Google form at
Funded by Canada Council for the Arts