Call for Proposals - Surplace Workshops
Title of the proposed workshop
Describe the workshop
Write a description of the workshop that will entice students to register, and explains the topics and types of work involved. Around 250 words is a good length. How many sessions and what type of format do you think this workshops should have? (see examples of formats below)
Bio or CV
Tell us about yourself with a short bio. If you have a recent CV, you can copy-paste it into the form, or add a link to it.
Links to your website or online portfolio
Your portfolio of work is the best way for us (and students) to assess you as an expert in the workshop subject. Include as many links as you like. Links to press coverage or reviews about your work, these are relevant.
What workshop formats would you consider for this topic?
Sequential workshop. A series of 4-8 sessions totalling 10-20 hours of class time. Students are expected to attend all sessions and complete project work.
Drop-in workshops. Can happen once or repeated. No big commitment required of the participants. Example: a still life drawing class.
"Deep dives". A half-day or full-day workshop that teaches something in depth. Example: lighting design bootcamp.
Participant directed sessions. A session where students work independently or in small groups with help from a facilitator. Examples: a co-working session, a reading group, letter writing.
Which session(s) would you like to teach in?
Fall 2018 - October - December
Winter 2019 - January - March
Spring 2019 - March - May
What would be your preferred time slot(s) for the workshop?
Each workshop slot lasts 3 hours. This includes 30 minutes prep time before and 30 minutes cleanup time after the class. Use the 'Other' section if you have a specific time slot to propose.
Weekday Morning: 9am - Noon.
Weekday Afternoon: 1pm - 4pm
Weekday Evening: 6pm - 9pm
Questions or comments
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