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Authentic Artist Workshops are usually three-day journeys for 6 creative artists seeking reinvention, exploration, new challenges, or for those developing new work. They offer a space to explore, play, find your next 'edge' and connect with others in a safe environment.


Each individual’s journey through the workshop is unique, as is each group.  Whether you are a poet, musician, actor, dancer, painter, set designer, puppeteer, writer, multi-disciplinary artist or a person who is yet to find your artistic identity, Kath will devote herself to serving you and your artistry.


Upon completing a workshop, you may be invited (at no extra cost) to become a member of the Authentic Artist Collective, to join the private Facebook group and to attend Asylums. These offer opportunities to stay connected with the wider community and to continue to nourish and develop your practice.


'Kath has a precision of perception that allows her to see the essence of individuals' gifts.  Her inordinate open-heartedness and empathy for human complexity and feeling makes her particularly available to students and audiences as a facilitator and performing artist.' Paul Oertel


3-day non-residential workshops run 10am to 6pm   Cost = Sliding scale - earnings dependent. For 3-day workshop:

£30k+ £350, £20-30k £300,  £10-20K £250, up to £10k by negotiation. Returning participants will receive a 10% discount.  

If residential, accommodation & food costs are extra and venue-specific. Kath also offers 1-to-1 and small group facilitation by arrangement.



Authentic Artist Workshops 2022:


Watch this space




'The Artist is a sacred permeable thing' Paul Oertel


Authentic Artist Collective is a Community Interest Company registered in Scotland.

Number: SC559833          Company Address: Post Office House   The Square   Blackness   West Lothian   EH49 7NG           Directors: Kath Burlinson and Chris Grady