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Fall/Winter 2012 Courses & Workshops
at Harbourfront Centre
Learn something new, develop your skills and grow your creativity!

TORONTO, ON (Tuesday, Aug.21, 2012) – Harbourfront Centre’s Courses & Workshops are designed for people like you: creative, curious and always moving forward! Each course offers an in-depth hands-on experience for all participants.

The 2012 fall/winter session features a great variety of new and old favourites including Fashion & Design, Visual Arts, Web & Social Media, Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Craft Studio Courses and Family Programming.

Courses & Workshops offerings for adults and families run in four and six-week blocks or one-day workshops that allow participants to engage with culture and the arts. Course highlights include a variety of courses where students can participate in drawing, painting, bookmaking, photography, holiday-themed courses, improv for public speaking and more!

“I can almost say that the improv for public speaking workshop is a life changer. Since taking the course, I’ve started to look at life, the world we live in and the people around me differently,” says past participant Frances Tung. “I look forward to the next level of the same program in the fall.”

Working directly with contemporary artists and experienced instructors, students will hone their skills in a fun and relaxed environment. Individuals seeking a creative outlet will find that Harbourfront Centre provides an inclusive place for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn something new, develop new skills and cultivate creativity!

To register or for more information, the public can call 416-973-4093 or visit Class size is limited, so register now to avoid disappointment. Receive an early bird discount of 15% off all courses if you register by Sept. 3, 2012.

Harbourfront Centre is an innovative, non-profit cultural organization which provides internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture, education and recreation, all within a collection of distinctive venues on the 10-acre site it operates in the heart of Toronto's downtown waterfront.


For more information contact:
Althea Linton, 416-973-4428,

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