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We’ve worked on a range of education and community-building programs with schools, arts organizations, artists’ associations and health organizations, including:
The Al & Malka Green Artists’ Health Centre, Aga Khan Museum, Toronto Animated Image Society, Workman Arts, Actra Fraternal Benefits Society (AFBS), School of Toronto Dance Theatre, AFC, Humber College Theatre Performance Program, York University Dance, Randolph Academy, OCAD U Material & Art Design and Ryerson University School of Performance, Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA), Arts Lab Toronto, Dancer Transition Resource Centre, Ontario College of Art and Design University Health and Wellness Centre, Summer Institute of Church Music, Soundstreams, Toronto Fringe Festival Theatre Entrepreneurs’ Network & Training (TENT), the AFC, Generator, The Dance Current, Leading Edge After Performance (LEAP): Athlete + Dancer Transition, CSARN, The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR), Canadian Actors’ Equity Association, Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT), Factory Theatre, Interprofessional Medical and Allied Groups for Improving Neighbourhood Environments (IMAGINE) Clinic, York University Visual Art & Art History, Craft Ontario.
Artists’ Health Alliance is a registered charity. Charitable Registration Number 88315 0534 RR 0001
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STRESSED! Workshop Series
May 02, 2019
Stress is a tricky part of life. Too much of it, and you’re a blob on the floor. Too little of it, and you’re a blob on the floor. For artists, stress comes not only from the normal pressures of life, but also from the precarious nature of the arts sector which usually means too little time, ...