June 8 & 11 | For people of color, people with disabilities, women, nonbinary people, and the LGBTQ+ community
[WORKSHOP 1 FULL] Through the Fire | Workshop 1
Registration is now closed for this session.
Kisha Imani Cameron
June 15 & 18 | For people of color, people with disabilities, women, nonbinary people, and the LGBTQ+ community
[WORKSHOP 2 FULL] Through the Fire | Workshop 2
Registration is now closed for this session.
Kisha Imani Cameron
June 8 & 12 | For parents and/or caretakers
[WORKSHOP 1 FULL] The Artist Resilience Toolkit | Workshop 1
Registration is now closed for this session.
Alexis Chamow
June 22 & 26 | Open to all
[WORKSHOP 3 FULL] The Artist Resilience Toolkit | Workshop 3
Registration is now closed for this session.
Alexis Chamow

Workshop Details

Space is limited, and RSVPs are first come, first served. Workshops are free. 


All workshops are now full.



Please note:


  • Please only sign up for a single workshop so we may maximize participation.

  • Each workshop has two parts; to participate in a workshop, you must commit to attending both parts. 

  • The workshops are organized for particular communities to address the ways they have been impacted by COVID-19 and to help cultivate a practice of resilience.


WORKSHOP: Through the Fire: Coping and Action Strategies for Artists during COVID-19


COACH: Kisha Imani Cameron


OVERVIEW:

Do you want to use this time to be creative and productive, but constantly feel exhausted, stuck or overwhelmed? Are you comparing yourself to others who seem to be thriving right now? These workshops will give you space to unpack your specific and unique challenges, paired with actionable mindset tools to help you process and master your emotional state so you can reclaim your time. Together, we will create your new personalized rule book on how to cultivate gratitude, build meaningful self-care practices and move forward step by step. Prepare to get motivated and find innovative ways to continue to serve others via your work as an artist in these unprecedented times. 



[WORKSHOP 1 FULL] Through the Fire Workshop 1: 

For people of color, people with disabilities, women, nonbinary people, and the LGBTQ+ community


Part I: Monday, June 8, 2:30-4:00pm PT

Part II: Thursday, June 11, 2:30-4:00pm PT



[WORKSHOP 2 FULL] Through the Fire Workshop 2:  

For people of color, people with disabilities, women, nonbinary people, and the LGBTQ+ community


Part I: Monday, June 15, 2:30-4:00pm PT

Part II: Thursday, June 18, 2:30-4:00pm PT



[WORKSHOP 3 FULL] Through the Fire Workshop 3:

For parents and/or caretakers


Part I: Monday, June 22, 2:30-4:00pm PT

Part II: Thursday, June 25, 2:30-4:00pm PT



WORKSHOP: The Artist Resilience Toolkit: 7 Tools to Make It Through Tough Times


COACH: Alexis Chamow


OVERVIEW:

Against the backdrop of COVID-19, we are all called to navigate paths for ourselves through the unknown. The good news is, as artists, you are already familiar with spontaneity, idea generation, and experiencing life from a unique perspective you’re then able to share with others. In these workshops, we will examine and put into practice the seven tools you need to make it through tough times in a way that allows you to come out thriving—and maybe even bring others with you.



[WORKSHOP 1 FULL] Artist Resilience Toolkit Workshop 1: 

For parents and/or caretakers


Part I: Monday, June 8, 10:00–11:30am PT 

Part II: Friday, June 12, 10:00–11:30am PT



[WORKSHOP 2 FULL] Artist Resilience Toolkit Workshop 2:

Open to all


Part I: Monday, June 15, 10:00–11:30am PT 

Part II: Friday, June 19, 10:00–11:30am PT



[WORKSHOP 3 FULL] Artist Resilience Toolkit Workshop 3:

Open to all


Part I: Monday, June 22, 10:00–11:30am PT

Part II: Friday, June 26, 10:00–11:30am PT



Please Register for only one workshop.

All workshops are now full.  

Coach
Kisha Imani Cameron recently held posts as Head of Content for 4th Movement and COO of Ghetto Film School. Previously, through her production company Completion Films longstanding relationship with Focus Features, Kisha created the Focus Features Africa First Short Film Program which ushered in a new generation of African filmmakers, including Wanuri Kahiu, Rungano Nyoni, Ekwa Msangi and Julius Onah. more...
Coach
Alexis Chamow facilitates live and virtual leadership and communication programs for executives, artists, entrepreneurs and teams in transition. She founded her Los Angeles based coaching and consulting practice, A of All Arts, in 2007 and has been blessed to work with amazing leaders in myriad fields over the last decade +. A of All engages individuals and groups in a range of coaching opportunities, and hosts customized workshops across industries within organizations like NBC-Universal (media-entertainment), Cal State University Northridge (education), Ogilvy & Mather (PR), Genentech (bio-tech), Microsoft (tech) and Center Theatre Group (performing arts) among many others. more...

Join the Discussion