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Words Our WAY

Writing for Aboriginal Youth  Workshop - Prince Albert

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Got an interest in writing or storytelling? Are you between the ages of 15-25? If so, come to the Mann Art Gallery to develop your writing and storytelling skills with a professional writer. This FREE workshop will end in a public reading of your work and writing pieces will be selected for an upcoming anthology. 

Where: Mann Art Gallery, 1010 Central Ave, Prince Albert
When: Friday Nov. 21:             6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
            Saturday Nov. 22:        10:30 am - 3:30 pm
            Sunday Nov. 23:          11:00 am - 3:30 pm
            Saturday Nov. 29:        11:00 am - 1:00 pm
            Sunday Nov. 30:           2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

 

Drop-ins welcome but pre-registration is preferred. To register for this FREE workshop, visit skwriter.com for a registration form.

Completed forms can be submitted to Caelan Reilly at: swgevents@skwriter.com or register by phone at: 306.791.7746 

 

The workshop is being facilitated by: Leah Marie Dorion

Leah Marie Dorion is a Metis person with cultural roots to the historic Metis community of Cumberland House, Saskatchewan. Born in Nipawin, she is a passionate interdisciplinary artist and educator who is committed to sharing historical and contemporary knowledge regarding Metis culture. She is a respected children’s book writer and several of her books have been nominated for various awards for their art and cultural content. Leah continues to develop and expand her practice as an artist, writer, creative consultant, and instructor with the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP). 

Co-facilitated by: Aleyna May Morin

Aleyna May Morin has been involved with various organizations, by developing and facilitating various workshops. These include new media, audio, video, arts, culture, crafts, artist talks, photo-essays, and more. Aleyna has developed and facilitated these workshops around Canada and continues to deliver these workshops within conferences, schools, isolated communities and many more locations. She is in her third year of her Bachelor of Education Degree, at SUNTEP in Prince Albert.

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