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Upcoming  Events

6-9 PM Every Monday

2022

Listen to Dis' VOICE 

Digitally (Via Zoom)


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April 21

(6-8 p.m CST Sask Time)

2022

Visiting Artist Workshop

A Digital Collage Workshop with Rachel Broussard.

Auto captioning and ASL available

Join artist Rachel Broussard in a free online collaborative digital collage workshop, where we will be planting a digital fantasy garden. Rachel will give an introduction to her own artwork, collage techniques, and other artists working in collage. Using found images of native and exotic flora and fauna, we will make collages of spectacular gardens – just in time for spring! This workshop does not require materials. We just ask that you bring some seeds (ideas) of which kind of extraordinary plants you would like to see in our fantasy garden.

**ASL Interpretation available from Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services.**Digitally (Via Zoom)

Funded by: The City of Saskatoon, Community Initiatives Fund, and Sask Lotteries


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Feb. 24, March 3, March 10, March 17, March 24, 2022 


(7-8:15 p.m)

2022

Yoga Nidra: Rest and Relaxation for Rejuvenation

 with Traci Foster

Digitally (Via Zoom)
ASL Interpretation and Auto Captioning Available. 

Description: Yoga-nidrā is a transformative practice that invites and prompts a deep state of physical and mental relaxation while cultivating an understanding of the basic principles of awareness and presence. Fitzmaurice Voicework™ is a somatic approach to body, breath and voice that enhances freedom of expression, imagination, and confidence. Together, they cultivate the capacity to shift ourselves into a regulated state of alert relaxation and self-healing.


Each class is geared toward experiential learning with 15 minutes designated to theory and discussion.


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Recent Events

March 17

(6-8 p.m)

2022

Visiting Artist Workshop

Ensemble Building with Kristi Hansen

Digitally (Via Zoom)

Auto captioning and ASL available


Descriptionen∙sem∙ble - än’sämbəl/ - together

Using playful, ensemble-building exercises based on theatrical traditions, this free online workshop includes communication activities, problem solving and/or decision-making activities, adaptability and/or planning activities, and activities that focus on building trust within an ensemble of artists. Through these exercises, groups come to better understand each other’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests, allowing for more enjoyable, effective, and innovative collaborations to take place.


To learn more about our facilitator Kristi Hansen, visit https://www.kristihansen.ca/


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March 10

(8-9:30 P.M)

2022

Inside the Creative Mind: New Work in Progress


Presented by On Cue Performance Hub


@ Artesian Presents


Description: Listen to Dis' will be performing at this event. Click the link on the right side of this page for more information.


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February 17

(6-8 p.m)

2022

Visiting Artist Workshop

From Voice to Voice Actor with McKenna Ramsay

Digitally (Via Zoom)

Auto captioning  and ASL available


DescriptionFrom Voice to Voice Actor with McKenna Ramsay!

In this free and online workshop, join McKenna in an introductory guide to voicing. Animation, commercial, gaming, narration, dubbing-it can all be done from home. Hear the tips and tricks on creating home booths, demos, finding work, learning, and industry standards


Have a question that you want asked? Send it to [email protected]

November 18

(6-8 p.m)

2021

Visiting Artist Workshop

(We)aving the Poem: A Collaborative Poetry Workshop with Tea Gerbeza

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available

Description: Collaborative poetry has been practiced for centuries, building a sense of interconnectedness between poets. The purpose of this workshop is to connect people, and interweave their stories and experiences through an interactive, collaborative workshop in poem-making. In this free online workshop with Tea Gerbeza, participants will build and weave a poem together within five rounds based on words or phrases.

January 20

(6-8 p.m)

2022

Visiting Artist Workshop

Creative Thinking and Moving with Jackie Latendresse

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available

Description

Let your imaginations soar and get yourself moving in a creative way with Jackie Latendresse. Using imagery, text, and other forms of inspiration can help our brains to think outside of the box. Dance is an activity that can express complex ideas nonverbally through movement. This free online workshop provides fun exercises and helpful advice to dance, acting, and other movement-based artists. Bring a notebook to jot down your inspirations!


October 22, 2021

(6-8 p.m)

2021

Listen to Dis' AGM

with guests Joseph Naytowhow, JJ Voss, Dean Kush,

and Tea Gerbeza!

Digitally (Via Zoom)

 auto captioning  and ASL available

DescriptionIncluding "Cripping Crap thru Dis' and Dat'"

An online discussion with Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization and disability scholar Dr. Chelsea Temple Jones of Brock University about disability, intimate accessibility, and inclusion around us.


Have a question that you want asked? Send it to [email protected]


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October 21, 2021

(6-8 p.m)

2021

Visiting Artist Workshop

Finding the Magic in Reality: 

Writing Creative Nonfiction with Adam Pottle

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available

Description: In this free online workshop, we'll discuss how to approach nonfiction in an imaginative way. We'll explore how to apply novelistic craft to memoirs and how to write imaginative essays and articles, touching on writers such as Esme Weijun Wang, Alicia Elliott, Jenny Heijun Wills, and Carmen Maria Machado.


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October 1-3, 2021

2021

Fitzmaurice Voicework (TM) Intensive with Traci Foster

In collaboration with New Dance Horizons

In-person

Description: Fitzmaurice Voicework ® is a revolutionary somatic approach to body, breath, and voice. The practice uses dynamic efforts similar to yoga asanas, released breath flow, and sound, to encourage a vibrant relationship between psyche, soma, and voice. This gentle grounded interplay between released body, breath, and voice, creates a safe and healthy approach to expression.

This workshop will focus on freeing your breath so you can imagine, express, and play, with more ease, power, pleasure, presence, and efficiency. We will work together to locate where awareness, intuition, and action, intersect when sounding, singing, and speaking. All work will engage with intimate inclusion as a foundation


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September 16, 2021 

(6-8 p.m)

2021

Visiting Artist Workshop

Erica McFadden: Voice and Singing

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available

Description: Erica McFadden has been teaching classical and musical theatre and acting voice techniques for over 5 years. She has experience working with all ages and abilities. In this free online workshop, we will focus on supportive breathing, stretching and vocal warmups for vocal strength. Then we will move onto pitch matching and singing.


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August 28

2021

Nuit Blanche

Regina, SK


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August 19 (6-8 p.m)

2021

Visiting Artists Series

Louise Seidel: Method Acting Made Simple

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available


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July 29 – August 7

2021

Saskatoon Fringe

Mine to Have (Digital)


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July 15

2021

Visiting Artists Series

De-Mystifying Shakespeare with Skye Brandon

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available


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 June 17, (6-8 PM)

2021

Visiting Artists Series

The Visiting Artist Series: Intro Photo Workshop – Eye Beyond the Camera with Gabriela Garcia-Luna

Digitally (Via Zoom)

ASL Interpretation and auto captioning available


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6-9 PM Every Monday

2021

Listen to Dis' VOICE 

Digitally (Via Zoom)


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(Selected) Past Events

TBA

2020/2021

Mine to Have Saskatchewan Tour




Mine to Have Provincial Tour

Sept 25-Oct 25

2020

Sask. Culture Days Disability Art and Culture Hub

Digitally (Via Zoom)


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7 PM SK Time

May 18, 2021

Mine to Have Digital Performance



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2018, 2019, 2020


Nuit Blanche

Regina, Saskatchewan



Nuit Blance 

2018-Present

2020

Neither Heroes nor Ordinary People Tour

Regina, Saskatoon, North Battleford, Moose Jaw, Swift Current



April 13, 2018: NHNOP Tour (Saskatoon)

October 19: NHNOP Tour (Moose Jaw)

April 27, 2018: NHNOP Tour (Swift Current)

April 30, 2018: NHNOP Tour (North Battleford)

2015-2018

2020

Saskatchewan Culture Days

Regina, SK



2015 Saskatchewan Culture Days

September 28-30, 2018 Culture Days

2016 & 2018


Globe Theatre Shumiatcher Sandbox Series

Regina, SK



2016 

2018 

2016-2019


Cathedral Village Arts Festival

Regina, SK



2016 Cathedral Village Arts Festival

2017 Cathedral Village Arts Festival

May 25, 2018: Cathedral Village Arts Festival

2018


Taste of Skylight Festival

Regina, SK



April 21, 2018: Taste of Skylight Festival

October, 2017


Artists of Ability Festival

Regina & Saskatoon



October 19-21. 2017: Artists of Ability Festival

2015


Telemiracle 40

Regina, SK



March 5, 2016: Telemiracle 40

Other

Various


Other

Saskatchewan



June, 2015: Wascana Rehabilitation Centre

(Neither Heroes nor Ordinary People performance)

February 10, 2018: SCI Saskatchewan Movement Peer Event

April 21, 2018: Taste of Skylight Festival

March 11, 2016 Saskatchewan Women's Day

February 5, 2018: Beautiful Rising Book Launch

 Mackenzie Art Gallery

Neither Heroes nor Ordinary People

April 12: 2017:

Accessibility and Inclusivity Conference

(U of R)

 2015 Regina Public Library Annual Conference

June 15, 2016: Word Up Poetry Collaboration