Paid opportunity for professional artists in Hamilton area to receive digital arts training

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

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe6obxe846RHV0n1f_1NBkwJXKkq8cSsW_mr-O21fJ3ZoyUYA/viewform

Funded by Canada Council for the Arts

 

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