Social entrepreneurship: The Workman Arts story
Workman Arts is an organization that works with artists with mental health and addiction issues and has offered performances and displays to hundreds of thousands of people since 1987. It was founded based on the principle that the creative process is integral to the quest for personal and spiritual development.
EENet, in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), present “Social Entrepreneurship: The Workman Arts Story,” a webinar featuring Lisa Brown, founder of Workman Arts and Executive /Artistic Director at CAMH.
- The history of Workman Arts
- Using the creative process in addressing mental health and addiction issues
- Rendezvous with Madness
- The future direction of Workman Arts
- International Award for social entrepreneurship
You can watch this webinar on the EENet website. This webinar is part of EENet’s Meeting of the Minds, a series of interactive, web-based events.