BE HEARD: A Voice Workshop with Traci Foster
In-personDeaf & Disability arts Interdisciplinary Physical activity & movement Singing
Date and time
2627 13th Avenue
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Listen to Dis' founder and somatic specialist Traci Foster will lead an inclusion-focused workshop rooted in a creative and physical approach to voice. Traci is Canada's first certified Fitzmaurice Voicework™ instructor who explores her work with a focus on where awareness, intuition, and action intersect.
Participants will be led through a series of exercises, to free the body, breath, and voice, in a safe and nurturing environment. Through song and speech, we will work together playfully to develop vibrant expression and come together as a community through sound. We will MOVE at the SPEED of TRUST with ease and pleasure as our guide.
She has facilitated provincially, nationally, and internationally, for over almost three decades now. There is nothing she loves more than to bring community together through a collective voice to be heard.
Prepare to have fun!
Refreshments and light snacks will be provided!
- Register here: forms.gle
Listen to Dis' Community Arts Org. Inc.
Listen to Dis' is Saskatchewan's first and only disability-led arts organization. Through the arts, creative practices, and facilitated dialogues, Listen to Dis’ weaves new realities for our members and the broader community, shifting the way people perceive disability. We create an understanding of and appreciation for Crip art, Mad art, and Disability culture while encouraging healthier relationships to body, mind, and creative spirit.
This event is part of a hub:
This hub is all about being heard and making connections. Each event is meant to aid in the development of a voice, whether that be on an individual level or in the context of community advocacy. These events are meant to be a safe space wh...