Stonger Together: Free Mental Health Arts Programming
Meraki Theatre Productions is putting on our first ever Mental Health Arts Week For Youth combining both mental health resources and strategies with daily arts programming taking place over an entire week taking place between Sunday October 3 and Saturday, October 9, 2021 which lines up with Mental Illness Awareness Week in Canada. Meraki Theatre is partnering with the Mood Disorder Association of Manitoba for Stronger Together: A Free Mental Health Arts Week for Youth ages of 9-11 and 12-16 and each activity will have space for 20-25 students at a time. All programming will center around self-compassion, empowerment, community, and self-love. *Students must be registered to participate in these free events.* www.merakitheatre.com/stronger-together Masks will be mandatory, all adults must show vaccination cards if they're wanting to stay, hand sanitizer will be available on site, Seven Oaks School Division is ensuring all COVID protocols will be followed.
This event is free.
Meraki Theatre is a Winnipeg-based independent theatre company on a mission to make meaningful theatre experiences that create change and nurture compassion. Meraki Theatre Productions creates and operates and lives on Treaty 1 Territory on the ancestral lands of the Cree, Dakota, Dene, Oji-Cree, Ojibwe and the homeland of the Metis Nations. We are made up of a team of artists who are passionate about the theatre and arts community here in Winnipeg. Meraki Theatre held our first ever Youth Empowerment Theatre Camp in 2018, and since then we've been offering classes, day camps, workshops, school PD classes, week-long camps, and touring school productions for youth. Our programming focuses on themes of acceptance, self-confidence, equality and belonging. We provide opportunities for students to engage in theatre in an accepting and collaborative environment. Our classes focus on providing opportunities to have young voices heard and their ideas brought to life.
711 Jefferson Avenue
Please enter through the doors labeled "Seven Oaks Performing Arts Centre" and not Garden City Collegiate school doors. There will be signage!