What’s the best workshop you have done?

Have you been learning hand-lettering? Coding in a day? Knitting toys or whittling spoons in the woods? We want to know what the best creative workshop you’ve ever been on was – and the worst

For our September issue we are looking for examples of great creative workshops. Have you been on one?

It could be a serious, practical workshop that has helped you in your day-to-day work, or something you have done for fun and inspiration. Perhaps you have attended a great session on coming up with ideas, or a really useful day on how to be more successful in selling those ideas?

Organisations like D&AD, House of Illustration, Print Club and General Assembly run wide programmes of workshops teaching all kinds of skills – let us know if you have been on any great ones.

Alternatively, if you have been on any cringe-inducing, W1-style ‘ideation’ ‘brain-dumps’ wearing stupid hats and indulging in teeth-grindingly awful role play sessions, we want to know about those too!

Please use the comment space below. Thanks!

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