Workshops

Studio XX empowers women in their use of technology by offering a wide range of workshops throughout the year such as website development, sound and image processing, electronics, 3D animation, programming, digital storytelling and more. Our workshops focus on transmitting expertise, knowledge and enjoyment. Studio XX offers advanced professional development workshops as well as short introductory sessions. Courses are designed in relation to the development of technologies as well as on the needs of artists and members from all backgrounds. Studio XX can also create specialized courses based on member requests.

Information / Registration / Membership
Contact ateliers @ studioxx.org



REGISTRATIONS IN PROGRESS

Create your website with WordPress (beginner)

WordPress logo

Instructor: Antonia Hernandez

Mondays from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM, November 7 to December 12, 2016
Deadline for registration : October 31th
6 weeks (21 hours)

$ 200 (tax included)

Safety Strategies : Space, Gender and the City

carte

Caroline Alexander and Cynthia Hammond

Saturday, October 22, 2-4pm @ STUDIO XX 

Sunday, October 23, 2-4pm @ Concordia University EV 3.760 (accessible to people with limited mobility)
Engineering-Visual Arts pavilion, 3rd floor
Guy-Concordia metro

*same workshop but in 2 different locations

What are the personal, spatial, and performative strategies of finding safety in the city? In two workshops, participants create “memory maps”: subjective drawings based on personal experience and spatial memory. These maps visualize the embodied knowledge of gendered urban risk and safety, and will be exhibited in spring 2017.

"Listen up!" Public speaking workshop for self-identified women artists

 "Listen up!" Public speaking workshop for self-identified women artists

Presented by Studio XX and OBORO
Facilitated by Studio XX team

Thursday, June 16, 2016 from 6pm to 9pm
@ STUDIO XX - 4001, Berri - Space 201

! Free admission !

* FULL *

This workshop seeks to provide self-identified women artists with the tools to be better able to present their work in public with clarity, confidence, and strength.