Workshops

Heather Christenson has taken on the responsibility of Chairing the Programming Committee for 2014 – 2016.

The Programming Committee is seeking volunteers to help with formulating plans for new workshops and events for “Where’s My Tribe” and working with the community to develop and implement workshops and special events geared to arts organizations and artists in Red Deer and area to promote ongoing networking to share knowledge and experience. Please call Diana at the office for further information.

Workshop with Stephanie Doll was tons of fun and lots of learning. 21 artists and arts collectors attended this well done workshop. Thanks to everyone for participating.

Getting It Together workshop – keep your artwork documented!

Red Deer Arts Council are pleased to present, Getting It Together, a workshop with Stephanie Doll on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 7:00 pm at Culture Services Centre, 3827 – 39 Street, Red Deer, AB. This workshop is presented by Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC in partnership with Culture Services, City of Red Deer and Red Deer Arts Council.

Ever wondered how artists and art collectors manage their growing inventory of artwork? Now is your chance to figure it out. Collections, small and large, of precious artworks need to be managed. Insurance companies have special fine arts floaters for your artwork. But to learn more on how to keep track of loaned, sold or artworks out on consignment, or hanging in your home or stored in your basement, artists and art collectors alike will learn the benefits and practices of keeping their art collection well documented and organized.

This workshop, Getting It Together with Stephanie Doll, brings together both the artist and the collector of art together to learn the importance of having a working inventory for all sorts of purposes.

A bit about our workshop instructor:

Stephanie Doll has been the manager of exhibitions, museum and programming at the Leighton Art Centre since 2012. She has over 6 years of experience curating art shows, developing museum exhibits, and dealing with historical art collections. Stephanie graduated from the University of Calgary in 2012 with a degree in archaeology and minor in museum studies. She uses this knowledge to maintain and exhibit the Leighton Art Centre’s extensive historical collection, and develop the years schedule of art exhibitions for the Leighton Centre’s Art Gallery.

Getting it Together Workshop with Stephanie Doll in Red Deer

Getting it Together Workshop with Stephanie Doll in Red Deer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Karen says:

    Couples Old Time Dance Lessons 6 consecutive Tuesday evenings beginning January 21st thru to February 25th, 2014
    Bower-Kin Community Center – 85 Boyce Street in Red Deer.
    Very reasonably priced at $70 a Couple or $35 for Singles.
    No need to have a partner but pre-registration is required in order to keep the male/female ratio equitable. Dry comfortable shoes required for comfort and to keep dance floor clean.
    7:00 P.M Step Above – more advanced
    8:00 P.M. Basic Social Dance – for beginner to intermediate
    Please call Doug and Doris at 403 728-3333 or 403 391-3016 to register as space is limited.
    Email contact is doris@airenet.com if you have any questions.

    Basic Social Dances
    One Step
    Two Step
    Old Time Waltz
    Slow Waltz
    Fox Trot
    Polka
    Jesse Polka
    Heel Toe Polka
    Seven Step
    Saskatchewan Barn Dance
    Four Step Schottische
    Cotton Eyed Joe – mixer

    Step Above Dances
    Waltzing Through The Leaves
    Waltz Across Texas
    Western Shuffle
    Dreams of Yesterday
    Hot Foot Two Step
    California Schottische
    Ten Step
    Jive

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