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Indigenous Youth Spring Break Video & Voice Camp (Antyx Community Arts, Calgary)

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INDIGENOUS YOUTH SPRING BREAK VIDEO & VOICE CAMP – March 21-24

The Indigenous Youth Spring Break Video & Voice Camp is for Indigenous youth interested in producing a video that reflects on the stories of Canadian Indigenous history and current issues in society from the perspective of youth. The workshop will be mentored by award winning hip-hop artist, Drezus and facilitated by Antyx Community Arts staff.

Videos produced in this project will be featured at various Aboriginal Awareness week events in June 2016.

This camp is co-hosted by Boys & Girls Club of Calgary and Antyx Community Arts

HOW TO REGISTER: REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CAMP

Email Antyx Community Arts facilitator (KEVIN) kevin@antyx.org for a digital copy or phone the Boys & Girls Club (FRANCO) 403-235-5722

WHO: Aboriginal (First Nations, Metis or Inuit) Youth aged 13 to 21 years old.
WHEN: March 21-24 10am-5pm
WHERE: The Lodge #258, 3359 27th Street NE
COST: FREE; FREE LUNCH INCLUDED

SPECIAL GUEST ARTIST: Award winning Hip-Hop Artist Drezus”

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En scène les arts (L’Association franco-culturelle de Yellowknife, 16-27 juil.)

«Le camp artistique «En scène les arts» met l’accent sur le cinéma et les arts de la scène. Les deux disciplines convergeront vers un spectacle commun qui mariera la danse, théâtre et le cinéma.>

– soumis par Marie Coderre, Directrice générale, L’Association franco-culturelle de Yellowknife.

Lisez notre mini profil de l’Association franco-culturelle de Yellowknife.
Veuillez s.v.p visiter la carte Google pour l’information de contact.