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A workshop is a room or building which provides both the area and tools required for the manufacture or repair of manufactured goods. It may refer to the workshop system (domestic or putting-out system), a means of subcontracting piecework to small scale craft operations, such as blacksmiths. It may also refer to:
Brief, collaborative, creative activity
- A charrette, an intense period of design or planning activity.
- A writing circle, a gathering of writers for critique and inspiration
- An academic workshop, a smaller version of an academic conference
- A training workshop
- An organization workshop in which a (large) group of participants masters new organizational knowledge and skills through a learning-by-doing approach
- A meeting in which groups apply methods for problem analysis, creative problem solving or decision making in order to cooperatively achieve a result
- As above but online workshop, using an electronic meeting system.
- An acting workshop
- A workshop production, a type of theatre performance
- Workshop Jazz Records, Motown's jazz subsidiary, active from 1962 to 1964
- Workshop of the Telescopes, an album by Blue Oyster Cult
- Workshop (web series), a video series focusing on struggling actors' lives
- Steam Workshop, a popular Steam exclusive modding and sharing tool
- The Workshop (film), 2017 French film
- The Workshop (Smash), an episode of Smash
- The Workshop (play), a 2017 Off-Broadway play
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