Call me at (1) 514-270-8833 or send an email to discuss your class or group. 

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Tel:  (1) 514-270-8833

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FAQ

I’m based in Montreal, Canada, but I have travelled to cities and villages around Quebec. I’ve also given workshops in other places I’ve lived: Vancouver, Canada, and Kochi, Japan.

Where do the workshops take place?

If my schedule permits, I am happy to come to you. In some cases, exchange arrangements can be made.

Will you travel to my town/city?

In the case of schools, I generally prefer to be in the children’s regular classroom. 

In museums, libraries or other organizations, any room with tables, chairs, and good lighting will work.

Where specifically do you conduct the workshops?

The price varies depending on the type of workshop, the location, and the materials. There is a fee per day plus transportation and materials. Please contact me for details.

Teachers in Quebec schools can apply for grants from the Artists in the Schools program (FR and EN). For the 2019-2020 school year, Quebec English schools can apply for ELAN Artist Inspire grants.

How much do workshops cost?

It depends on their age and the type of workshop. In elementary schools, it's usually a maximum of 25 to 30.

What is the maximum number of participants per group?

Pop-ups: 4 years old and up.

The Hardcover Book: 6 years old and up (ideal for kids ages 8-10)

 Artist Books: 4 and up, but it depends on the project.

How old do the kids have to be?

Absolutely! Pop-ups and artist books work best. The hardcover book workshop is designed for elementary schools.

Do you offer workshops for adults?

It's sometimes possible. The challenge is fitting a workshop into high school schedules, but let's see what we can do.

Do you give workshops in high schools?

I supply all the specialized papers and most of the other supplies and equipment. 

What materials do you supply?

For most workshops, schools only need to provide basic supplies, such as regular copy paper, scissors, glue sticks, and markers or other illustration materials.

What materials does the school or organization supply?