Listen to Dis' AUTUMN Workshop Sign up Form
This is the form where those who want to participate in Listen to Dis Workshops in the autumn of 2021 can sign up. These workshops will all be done over Zoom or Google Meet and a link will be sent out to all participants closer to the date of the workshop. There is no fee to participate in any workshop. Please fill out the below information.

PLEASE NOTE: All times listed are in CST as we are based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


Here is info about each workshop. ASL Interpretation available at all workshops.

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Voice and Singing with Erica McFadden
September 16th, 2021. 6pm–8pm.

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 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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Finding the Magic in Reality: Writing Creative Nonfiction with Adam Pottle
October 21st, 2021. 6pm–8pm.

In this 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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(We)aving the Poem: A Collaborative Poetry Workshop with Tea Gerbeza
November 18th, 2021. 6pm–8pm.

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 the workshop, participants will build a poem together with Tea Gerbeza. In four rounds, participants will get a word or phrase to use as inspiration to write a line of poetry. Each round, Tea will collect lines from participants and add them to a live word document that forms a collaborative poem. In the fifth round, Tea will ask participants to respond to one or two lines in the poem, which will then be added to the poem, completing it.



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Thank you very much for signing up for our LTD workshops! Please feel free to share info about these workshops with anyone that you think might be interested. Listen to Dis Community Arts Organization Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization that equips and enables people with disabilities to create and participate in art, for the betterment of their health, for recreation, and for the development of themselves as emerging and professional artists. Our workshops are open to all.
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