Participants - For those performers, teachers, mentors, conductors, composers, board members, and administrators who seek to cultivate an Anti-Oppressive culture.
Facilitators - click on the blue names below the pictures for more information.
Carolyn Christie - Mental Wellness in the Performing Arts. Learn skills to help you bend, not break Retired OSM flutist, McGill prof, Certified Mental Skills Consultant. Saturday June 18, 3-5pm EDT
Jodi Contin - Calling Out, Calling In and Getting it Wrong Anishinaabe singer, storyteller, cultural coordinator, education counsellor, co-creator of "Spirit Horse Returns". Sunday June 19, 12-2pm EDT
Joshua Jones - Be Water - Bruce Lee Philosophy Applied to Music and Leadership Principal percussion, Kansas City, Gant Park, Author, Instructor. Saturday June 18, 12-2pm EDT
Ken MacDonald - Calling Out, Calling In and Getting it WrongAssoc principal horn, WSO, Instructor, NACO ambassador, co-creator of "Spirit Horse Returns". Sunday June 19, 12-2pm EDT
Melissa Ngan - Cultural Chameleon Musician, Executive Director of Fifth House Ensemble, President and CEO American Composers Orchestra, SphinxConnect 2022 conference faciiator. Sunday June 19, 3-5pm EDT
Paul Okoye - Transforming Power, Privilege & Prejudice EDI, business advisor, dispute resolution, and culture transformation specialist, MBA. Thursday June 16 and Friday June 17, 12-2pm EDT Betty Pries - Transforming Power, Privilege & Prejudice EDI, Conflict and Leadership specialist, PhD in Transformational Conflict, certified mediator. Thursday June 16 and Friday June 17, 12-2pm EDT
Alex Conway Art of Humane Leadership Virtual Retreat Administrator, Flute/Picc with the Winnipeg Symphony, Instructor, OCSM rep
Gwen Klassen Art of Humane Leadership Virtual Retreat Founder and Director, Coach, Flute/Picc with Calgary Phil, Instructor
Change is challenging. These workshops provide education, experience and an introduction to many change-makers within the Arts community and beyond, allowing for greater connection, compassion and support as we navigate and cultivate a new vision for the Arts culture, while in community.
To learn, listen and then lead in service of a more anti-racist, equitable, diverse and inclusive work culture.
Wellness and Leadership is Incorporated on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who work, create and play in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.
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