Workshop Schedules

To complete your registration for any of our experiences or workshops please scroll past the details of the workshops to the bottom of this page and complete the registration form. Please complete all fields with your information and then click the Proceed to Pay button and follow the necessary steps. Thank You.

Deadline to make changes or cancel to your registration with refund must be done 48 hours prior to the event.

Product Photography Workshop with Brian Ricks, Freelance Photographer

Thursday - September 28th, 2017
College of the North Atlantic - Bonavista Campus
9:30 - 4:00

Fee: $30 (HST included)

What to Bring: A camera and one (1) small sample of your craft

If you are a craft producer / artisan looking to advertise your work through social media and other marketing channels, taking good product photos is the first step!
The Cultural Craft Group of Partners is pleased to work with industry leaders to bring you the skills and knowledge you need to grow your craft business. Freelance Photographer, Brian Ricks has 20 years of photography experience in product, industrial, commercial, portraiture and food. He is well known throughout the province and reputable in both the craft and tourism industries. He is also a craft producer!
This Product Photography workshop will enable all levels of expertise, from the beginner to the expert, to shoot almost any non-living object by creating the most suitable lighting.
This hands-on workshop will include introduction to product photography, four separate set-ups ranging from natural to strobe lighting and because of the small group size, Brian will have time to address individual
student questions. Space is Limited - Don't be Disappointed - Register Today!
To Register contact Cyndy Stead via Telephone: 709-464-7345 or Email: culturalcraftplanner@gmail.com

Botanical Forage By The Sea

July 7th, 8th & 9th, 2017

10:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m.
Joe's Bar

Fee: $70.00

Newfoundland and Labrador has an abundance of resources from which quality, therapeutic ingredients can be crafted into organic beauty products. Enjoy a botanical hike while foraging with Indigena Skincare's creator, Lisa Walsh. This 2-3 hour journey, will allow you to forage the beaches and the woods for boreal ingredients, while learning how our ancestor's used indigenous ingredients in their skin care products. Create your own beauty product and discover tips on mixing natural ingredients into your skincare regimen. The experience starts and ends at Joe's Bar, in scenic New Bonaventure, near Historic Trinity. Built specifically for the film "The Grand Seduction", Joe's Bar is located right on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, providing the perfect backdrop of natural wonder to relax and rejuvenate your body, mind and soul.


Minimum: 6 participants - Maximum: 12 participants Package Includes:

*Botanical Hike with artisan skincare formulator
* Forage for natural beauty ingredients
* Nutrition break with special juice blends for improved health and well-being
* Creation of skincare product using ingredients collected
* Demonstration and learning for self massage
* Boreal Skincare Guide and skincare samples included Value $30
**Optional Lunch & Guided Tour at the nearby Random Passage Site can be arranged.

For more information call 709-464-7345. Email us at culturalcraftplanner@gmail.com
For more information about Random Passage, visit www.randompassage.com
To learn more about Lisa Walsh, visit www.indigenaskincare.com

Woodworking at the Cooperage

A Children's Craft Experience

Every Thursday in July & August

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Fee: $40.00 - Includes Craft

Set in the heart of historic Trinity, learn the art of creating from wood! Working with our skilled and knowledgeable Cooper, this workshop offers children (ages 7+) an opportunity to learn how to use traditional hand tools to build a craft of choice (car, truck or whale). Practice hands-on skills while learning about the local heritage of carpentry trades applied in Newfoundland. This 2-hour workshop will also include a small talk regarding safety and the importance of being careful when working with tools. Children are provided with safety goggles for the workshop and will take home their own craft creation


Maximum: 4 participants

For more information call 709-464-7345. Email us at culturalcraftplanner@gmail.com

The Merchant Tour - A Craft & Tourism Experience

Every Wednesday & Sunday from July 1st - October 4th

Fee: $130.00

This exclusive tour experience includes key historic sites that tell the story of the East Coast Fishery. And because craft enhances our story, the tour includes visits to studios where you will meet local craft producers & artisans. Find out what inspires them to create while you shop for quality, hand-crafted products or that special one-of-a-kind creation. From the Merchant's Plantation in Trinity to Bonavista, your guide is well versed in culture and craft. *Wednesdays & Sundays Only.

Cost includes admission to historic sites & shops, tour guide and transportation. Lunch is at your own cost but expect to pay $20 - $25. Weather can be unpredictable in Newfoundland & Labrador so it is suggested you wear suitable footwear and dress comfortably. *Tours can be customized. **Cancellation made less than 24 hours prior to the day of the tour will incur full charge. ***Special group tours can be arranged for alternate days and group size.


Minimum per tour: 3 participants

For more information call 709-464-7345. Email us at culturalcraftplanner@gmail.com

Registration & Pricing

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Smoke-Free/Scent-Free Environment

We are pleased to provide a smoke-free environment. Additionally, for the comfort of all delegates, we ask your cooperation in refraining from wearing scented products while attending the workshops.