Author: cocreation

Let's have a real conversation about creativity and safety in our classrooms, communities and studios. How can we as artists educators dedicate ourselves to creating safe spaces where trust and acceptance become the foundation of creativity.
We are looking for creatives to collaborate with us in our new inclusion research program, Our Time to Shine! 🎨 In partnership with persons with disabilities, we will be exploring 3 unique touch points – “Modifying tools and materials experimentation”, “Exploring alternative ways of meaning-making, communication and expression ” and “Creating access and inspiration from our space & and environment” ✨
If you're feeling exhausted and uninspired, know that you're not alone. Many art educators experience this same struggle, especially when they're pouring their energy into lesson planning, grading, and managing a classroom on top of their own creative pursuits. But there's good news: taking time for creative rest can make all the difference.
When we think of art, we often think of paintings, sculptures, and other objects that can be displayed in a museum or gallery. We don't usually think of art as a tool for learning. At Co:Creation Workshop, we believe that art can be so much more than just a way to decorate our surroundings. We believe that art can be used to teach us about ourselves, our communities, and the world around us.
Co:Creation Workshop team is moving to a new home this July and we say our goodbyes to our old studio at Pearl’s Hill Terrace. The tiny studio space at Pearl’s Hill Terrace has brought about Co:Creation’s many firsts as a startup.