Unleash your creativity and learn to re-imagine spaces like never before! This workshop will push the boundaries of your imagination and give you the tools to be able to execute them!
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This fun and creative hands-on workshop will give you some valuable tools that you can use to become a more successful event designer, make you a better host, or even inspire you towards a new career!
You will master physical techniques like draping, prop and floral design and tablescaping, as well as understanding proposals, creative lighting, timelines, budgets and layout.
Working with award winning Event Designer Gail Taylor... these skills, techniques and your own creativity will be put to use for real, with a live client interview and brief, that the class will then work together as a team and individually, to transform the studio into an amazing event.
A workbook will also be provided with valuable information and source material for you to keep, as well as images for your portfolio, a floral centerpiece and lunch!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th
10 am - 4pm
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th
10 am - 4pm
Gail has been an professional Event Designer for over 25 years. She ran a very successful design company in Los Angeles for 10 years before moving to Vancouver. Some of her notable credits include; The Academy Awards, The Grammy Awards, Canada's Walk of Fame, events for HBO, MTV, VH-1, Warner Bros., Sony.
She has also been the 'behind the scenes designer on such reality shows as Worst to First, Love it Or List it Vancouver, Love it Or List it Vacation Homes, The Bachelorette Canada, Vacation Rental Potential, Consumed and The Stagers. She has also worked as the Production Designer on a few Hallmark films.
Her vast experience in design, client relations and production is generously shared in this intimate, hands-on, creative workshop.
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WEEKEND WORKSHOP FEE
$600 + GST
(class size is limited, so register early)
Payment plan available
Credit Cards accepted!
163 West 4th Ave - studio 3
Vancouver (at Columbia and 4th)