The Importance of Creative Expression
Wednesday October 24, 2012 Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm 2 hours
This workshop addresses how to incorporate drama and movement into children’s programming. We will explore the nature of the creative process, inclusion, creating safe environments, establishing boundaries, redirection and positive reinforcement through arts programming. We will discuss the value of art activities in child care as well as look at the practicalities involved in implementation. This workshop is highly experiential.
Æ Please wear comfortable clothing and come ready to move and play.
Presenter: Dayna Kneeland. Dayna holds a BFA Specializing in Theatre and Development from Concordia University and is currently pursuing her MA in Educational Studies at UBC. She is a community arts worker with over fifteen years’ experience in child and youth care. She teaches theatre and movement for all ages and abilities and has been involved in community outreach projects that address social issues through the arts. Dayna believes that creativity lays a strong foundation for individual and community empowerment, innovation and health.
Fee: $35. Maximum number of participants is 25
Registration starts: Tuesday August 7, 2012
Please make sure to mark this date on your calendar, as we will not send reminders.
Enrolment is limited please register early to avoid disappointment.
Note: If the workshop is full, you can phone us to be placed on the wait list.