SUMMER THEATRE CAMP
24 July to 04 August
THEATRE WAKEFIELD is thrilled once again to offer summer theatre camp directed by the wonderful Jesse Kahat!
In collaboration with the Centre Wakefield La Pêche we are now offering a single TWO WEEK theatre camp: HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD! for 8-13 year-olds. By having a longer camp, we’ll have more time to focus on theatre skills like acting, improv, script writing, and to work on our end-of-camp presentation.
Camp will be held from July 24 until August 4. You can sign up for this $600 camp on the CWLP website soon. Get more information at email@example.com
ARTIST AND ART LOVERS’ WORKSHOP
Saturday 25 March 2023
You walk into a room.
DO YOU: Stop yourself, thinking others are more deserving?
OR: Smile with confidence, thinking, I got this!
Using the Arts to Increase Our Assets
This FREE interactive workshop will help you create a positive attitude and put it into practice. Learn how to model diversity and inclusion by stripping away expectations that don’t belong to you, while being culturally responsible.
Participation in a series of visceral and embodied exercises will help you:
– uncover who you are and what has been invisible;
– attract people not currently part of your community; and
– discover what has been missing to increase your capacity.
Workshop facilitator Farah Fancy has for over 30 years been using creativity and the arts to reveal and resolve barriers to equity; fostering professional and personal development, while improving belonging and sparking innovation. As a certified Embodied Social Justice practitioner, Farah focuses on identity, respect, resilience, and empathy to decolonize behaviours so we can dare to be audaciously visible and aligned beings. She currently serves as a Program Officer for the Canada Council for the Arts.
You MUST register for this FREE workshop (especially if you want lunch!)
Thêatre Wakefield acknowledges the sacred ground we walk on. And the sacred heritage we walk among. We want to welcome you to this ancient territory, this land that is the unceded territory of the Algonquin people who for 200 years have welcomed us as guests here. We acknowledge this with respectful thanks, but also with a commitment to advocating for action, for truth and for reconciliation.