Tuesday 6 October Advice Clinic: Mindfulness Masterclass for Makers
Craft Victoria's maker workshop program presents an hour-long professional masterclass designed to teach you practical tips to improve the health and vitality of your creative practice.
To celebrate Mental Health Week, join Craft Victoria and Sam Moss of Mossfolk for a masterclass session addressing aspects of time management, building connections, combatting loneliness and burnout. This one-hour workshop will offer expert insight and practical solutions to keep you feeling your best as we navigate the changing COVID-19 climate together.
This workshop also includes a Q&A session at the end so participants can harness Sam's extensive advice on maker burnout and maintaining work-life balance and mindfulness.
Date: Tuesday 6 October 2020.
Time: 1-2 pm
Where: Online Webinar
Price: Free for Craft Victoria Members
$20 for Non-members
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Mossfolk is a Not For Profit community providing affordable and accessible online & IRL peer led mental health workshops, events & resources based on the principles of community, creativity & open communication.
About Sam Moss
Founder, Director and workshop facilitator
Sam founded Mossfolk as a direct result of lived experience with mental illness and a desire to use her experience to help others living with mental illness.
Prior to founding Mossfolk, Sam studied and worked in the creative industries for over 5 years. She has a BA of Design specialising in Styling and Creative Direction and has worked extensively as a Visual Merchandiser and Stylist. Deciding to combine her creative skills and knowledge and passion for mental health advocacy Mossfolk delivers mental health workshops, events and resources that are welcoming, creative, easily accessible and most importantly helpful to those struggling with mental illness.
Craft Victoria members: Free
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This workshop will operate as a webinar. All you will need is a smartphone or a computer with a camera and microphone, and access to the internet. Please let us know if you’re not able to access the required technology.