Call for Workshop Proposals & Artists – Generating Momentum 2017

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We’re excited to announce our call for workshop facilitators and artists for the Generating Momentum Youth Leadership Training Camp.

The 8th Annual Generating Momentum Youth Leadership Training Camp will take place at the beautiful Camp Easter Seal facilities at Manitou Beach, SK from August 24-27. Our goal is to equip young Saskatchewan leaders ages 18-35 with the tools to make their world a better place. Over the years, workshops, skill-building sessions and arts-based activities have varied based on demand and feedback from our participants. For 2017 we are mixing things up by calling for proposals from our community!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Camp Coordinator, Julian, at camp@rpirg.org


Call for Workshop Proposals/Facilitators

Deadline: May 31, 2017

We’re looking for individuals with a passion for global citizenship, social justice, and youth engagement to share their experience and knowledge with our camp. The workshops will be offered in two, one-hour sessions between 8:45am and noon on Saturday, August 26th. Priority will be given to people residing in Saskatchewan at the time of the camp.

Workshop proposals should fall under one of two program themes:

  • Real Collaboration: Accomplices, not Allies; or
  • Accountable Communities.

How to apply:

  1. Read the full information package BEFORE applying
  2. Complete the online application form before May 31, 2017

View Workshop Call


Call for Artist(s)-in-Residence

Deadline: June 15, 2017

We’re seeking an individual or collaborative team of two Saskatchewan artists who are dedicated to social, ecological and global justice – and who are interested and experienced in exploring these issues through their practice – to deliver arts-based activities throughout the duration of the 2017 Generating Momentum camp. Over four days, the Artists-in-Residence team will lead a variety of activities from workshops and performances, to the creation of collaborative art with the participants.

This opportunity is open to Saskatchewan artists working in a variety of disciplines, as long as your work demonstrates a dedication to using your artistic practice as a tool for progressive social change.

How to apply:

  1. Review the full information package BEFORE applying.
  2. Complete the online application form before June 15, 2017

View Artist Call


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