Reframing Relations brings artists and the public together for arts-based dialogue about reconciliation in Canada. In this three part workshop, one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous artist-facilitator collaborate to design an artistic process for participants that will engage with themes such as identity, culture, history, and relationship with land and with each other. People of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds are invited to join this open exploration, which may include elements of visual arts, dance & movement, poetry & storytelling, and more. No artistic experience required, simply a willingness to be open-minded & hearted! Refreshments & snacks provided.
November 23, 2017
March 5, 2018
November 3, 2017
March 9, 2018
5 hours ago
Moberly is proud to announce a free new program for youth, Questions for the 21st Century. Questions for the 21st Century is intended to give young people a platform to speak their truth. Over the course of 9 sessions, participants will develop text to be spoken and visuals aids to accompany the text, as well as develop public-speaking/performance skills. The course ends with a public showcase of the completed work.
The program will be running on Mondays after school, and will be taught by Vancouver theatre teacher Guy Fauchon.
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