Author: cocreation

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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.