San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Community Building in Youth Programs
Self Care and Reflection for Youth Workers
Artistic Inquiry: Learn theatrical based activities for use in youth programs
Through a series of activities participants/youth workers will gain tools for integrating arts, community building and social justice topics in their youth programs. The curriculum presented will incorporate Playback Theatre and Theatre of the Oppressed and includes a variety of exercises inspired by both forms. These exercises will also provide staff an opportunity to reflect on conflict in their programs and explore personal responses to social justice issues in the Rogers Park neighborhood.
Lunch will be provided during the workshop. Lunch will be served starting at 11am and the workshop will begin promptly at 11:30am. Participants are welcome to eat throughout the workshop.
This workshop is made possible through grant funding from the City of Chicago and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events
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Lindsay is an interdisciplinary artist, teaching artist and activist in Chicago. She works for Columbia College’s Center for Community Arts Partnerships as a Teaching Artist and is an Artist in Residence with the Howard Area Community Center for Fall 2013. Lindsay recently participated in the Weave Residency in Brussels, BE this October where she facilitated a workshop in Community Building and Performance. As a developer of original work and a director/movement practitioner, some of her credits include: Inspired by Oya, an Improvisational Dance (Developer, Produced by Dramatis Personae) Food and the Soul, Original Performance Workshop (Developer, Produced by Dramatis Persaone), American Bacchae (Choreographer, Under Director Karen Yates), The Suitcase Opera (Chicago Opera Vanguard, Asst Director), Stories of Our Youth (Developer, Dramatis Personae), and Loving, Repeating: World Premiere (Asst Choreographer, About Face Theatre). Lindsay hold a BA in Theatre from Loyola University and an MA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Columbia College Chicago. She has ten years experience working with youth and facilitating arts programs.