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Stoking the Creative Flame: Tricks to Avoid Burnout 🔥
Thursday, May 19, 2022, 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m: free workshop.
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Instructor: Kaitlyn Adair
Online Zoom Workshop
Workshop Description: Join Kaitlyn Adair of @rebelatart in a workshop to support your creative process. Creativity ebbs and flows at the best of times, but it’s particularly challenging while managing the stressors of a pandemic. Kaitlyn will share her practices that support sustainable creativity and provide an opportunity for creatives to come together as a community.
Please bring something to celebrate to the workshop:
- a finished script draft
- your favourite air guitar performance
- anything you accomplished creatively in the past year, we want to celebrate you
No sharing is necessary.
Instructor’s Biography: Kaitlyn Adair (she/her) is an actor, writer, director, and producer from Fredericton, New Brunswick. She started her career in film, working as an actor in film and television in Vancouver, B.C. She attended Vancouver Film School in 2011 and has been pursuing her passion for film since. Kaitlyn won the Jane LeBlanc Filmmaker Award for her first film March 2.4, allowing her to attend a post-production residency at The Banff Centre For Arts and Creativity. In addition, she received the Short Film Venture Grant and the NB Joy Award for her second film, Together We Move. Kaitlyn is dedicated to feminist-based media and creating inclusive spaces for marginalized communities to partake in visual arts. You can find her @rebelatart on Instagram and Youtube.