About Summer Camp
All workshops are ideal for K-12 teachers
of all subjects.
How do we make sense of the world around us? In this fast, ever-changing world we need to ensure that our students are nimble, resourceful and adaptable. How young people make sense of their world relies on how we creatively communicate its complexities to them.
This Year's Theme
This year, Summer Camp is focusing on Core Competencies
and key Big Ideas
by exploring contemporary issues that our students will face every day and into their futures. This workshop series is the ideal experience you’ll need to set you and your students up for a successful year of openness, curiosity and inclusion. Through four arts-based workshops, build confidence in your ability to engage with students’ critical and creative thinking skills as we focus our lens on personal and social responsibilities through workshops facilitated by experts in their field.
- Leveraging the Power of Listening and Storytelling to Effect Social Change with Brielle Morgan
- Designing an inQueery for Difference: Provoking Artful Questions Through the Q in LGBTQ with Jen Sungshine
- Gamifying Ecology with Rob and Dan Straker
- Cultural Resurgence in the Time of Truth and Reconciliation with Kim Haxton
- Collaboration Blocks with Leanne Ewen
When and Where?
Summer Camp takes place Monday, August 21 and Tuesday, August 22, 2017, 9am to 3:30pm at the ArtStarts Gallery, 808 Richards Street, Vancouver, BC. You can register for one or two days.
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- Early Bird Rates June 30: $125 per day or $200 for both days
- After June 30: $150 per day or $250 for both days
- Spaces are limited. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please note that registration is non-refundable.