That's Women's Work Art Network Photoshop workshop

Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 00:00 to 02:30

That's Women's Work Arts Network is a non-profit with a mandate to help self identifying women earn a living wage from their work. Usually our services are for self-identifying women only, but this workshop is open to everyone above 13.

The workshop is $5.00 and you will need to bring your own laptop, or, desk top computer and will need to have any version of Photoshop.

Space is limited so you must call us if you are interested in attending 416-534-9249 and receive confirmation.

If you've always wanted to learn but couldn't afford the time or money this is your chance!

Wise Daughters Craft Market
3079 Dundas St West In the Junction
ON M6P 1Z7 Toronto , ON
43° 39' 55.4724" N, 79° 28' 20.0568" W
Ontario CA
Michelle van Looy

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