Get More out of Workshops by Following these Three Rules

For those of you who want to join our exclusive Ann Gadd Art Blocks and Breakthrough Workshop on 8 April, at the Meerendal Chapel Gallery, here is three basic rules to get more out of your workshop.

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 I like to begin every workshop with three rules that define my purposes and expectations for the class.

 These rules apply to all subjects and mediums:

  • Ask questions

  • Try something new

  • Make mistakes