Artists’ Toolbox Registration

June 30, 2018


Fill in the form below and select which events you want to register for, including the number of spaces you want to reserve (under “quantity”).


Season Summary

Narrative Wellbeing for Artists: Exploring Identity Through Writing
Facilitated by Karen Gold, MSW, PhD | Wednesday Sept 27 2017 | Canadian Music Centre (Yonge and Wellesley)

Panel Discussion: Myths and Realities of Artists’ Health
Panelists: Mahlikah Awe:ri, Charlie C Petch and Dr. Chase McMurren | Thursday Oct 19 2017 | Glad Day Bookshop (Church and Wellesley)

Understanding Stress: A Mindfulness-Based Workshop
Facilitated by Dr. Chase McMurren | Friday Nov 17 2017 | Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre (Bloor and Spadina)

Healthy Habits
Facilitated by Vicki Hawkins, BScPT, BA and Nishta Saxena, MSC. RD | Thursday Jan 25 2018 | Artscape Youngplace (Queen and Ossington)

Keep On Keeping On: A Performance-Based Exploration of Maintaining Creative Energy
Facilitated by Kathleen Gould Lundy | Tuesday March 13 2018 | Canadian Music Centre (Yonge and Wellesley)






  • Artists' Toolbox Registration Form

  • Choose your workshops:

    Suggested minimum: $15
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    Suggested minimum: $25
    Suggested minimum: $15
  • $ 0.00 CAD
  • Please note there are no refunds or exchanges on registration.

“For the past decade, the Humber College Theatre Performance program has benefitted greatly from the Artists’ Health Alliance and their phenomenal Education Outreach programs. We have had specialists from the Alliance come in to do subsidized workshops on Vocal Health, Nutrition, and Stress Management to name a few. Our students consistently rave about how informative and useful these workshops are. They are especially enthusiastic about the facilitators, who have a deep understanding of the performer’s craft and a profound knowledge of their particular areas of specialty. In my own experience, the facilitators are able to connect with students in ways that are engaging, entertaining and challenging. They are also very responsive in following up with students when they need more support.”

- Paul de Jong, Theatre Performance Program