…Canada, what we need! This is the main chant that the Drumspeak kids are using as the basis for our rhythm composition. We began a few weeks ago by brainstorming about things they love about Canada, as well as things they think could be improved.
The workshop I took to the Adoption Council of Canada differs from Somerset West Community Health Centre group at LaRoche Park in a couple of ways. The age group is 14-16 or so and they are all in the care of the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) for one reason or another. It’s also a big group.
Over the past month, From the Roots Theatre Project with the women at Immigrant Women’s Services Ottawa has been overflowing with stories. Stories of hope and change, stories of fear and loss and stories celebrating womanhood.
Lors de la première rencontre avec les participants pour mon projet axé sur l’écriture théâtrale, il y en a certains qui ont accueilli ce projet à bras ouverts, avec enthousiasme, tandis que d’autres restaient silencieux ou alors, discrètement, prononçaient un faible “Je n’ai rien à dire”.
I am looking at a box filed with colorful artworks by the Club Casa de los Abuelos group. I remember Cynthia, Isabel, Felisa, Grabriela, Bertha, Chela, Elsa and Ana Maria. I miss my group! I don’t like to say goodbye and I don’t think I have to.
Written by Lenore Gale, Member of Young Arts Leaders Collective Often during panel events, one of the questions that often comes up is: “What are some great free tools and … Read More / Suite