MUJI Is Hosting A Bunch Of Free Online Workshops & Events This Month

Looking for something that will get your creative juices flowing? For the month of August, MUJI is offering free online classes and workshops for Canadians. These classes are completely free and if you’re interested, all you have to do is sign up for a spot for the workshop on MUJI’s website. Spots are limited, so if you find something you like, be sure to sign up ASAP to not miss your chance! 

There are a variety of different online classes and workshops to checkout, so if you’re looking to breakup your routine and learn something new, you’ll want to check them out.

Here are all of the MUJI classes happening this august:

Watercolour Botanicals with @feistandflourish: August 12, 2020

MUJI Workspace

Vancouver-based artist Alyssa, also known as @feistandflourish, is going to be teaching viewers how to use the MUJI brush pens in order to create botanical art with a watercolour effect. This is a one-hour class for beginners, so get out of your comfort zone and learn how to do something new! Learn more.

Workspace Organization – A KonMari™️ Demonstration with Randeep St. Jacques: August 22, 2020

Using the KonMari method that has quickly grown to popularity, Randeep St. Jacques will be teaching you how to effectively clean and organize your workspace to have the most optimal results. While these tips are going to be most helpful for parents looking to organize their child’s homework space, you can apply these learnings to your home office as well. Learn more.

Autumn-Inspired Bullet Journal Spread with @withkx: August 26, 2020

MUJI House plant

Ready to get organized for autumn? Join Edmonton-based bullet journal artist Kelly, also known as @withkx, to get some awesome inspo for your bullet journal. Kelly is going to be walking participants through as they create their journal for September, while also giving them tons of tips for future bullet journals. Learn more.

House Plant Rescue with Matt Stata: August 29, 2020

Not all of us have a green thumb, but Matt Stata does and he is here to share his expertise with us. If you’re infamous for letting your plants wilt, sign up for this webinar to find out how to bring them back to life, as well as key things to look out for when you are taking care of plants. Learn more.

Get more information about MUJI’s online classes and workshops at

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