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SAS Indigenous Storyteller’s Workshop & SAS 2020 Closing Ceremonies

  • February 29, 2020 8:30 am - 4 pm
  • Station 20 West, Saskatoon

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The Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples, Inc. (LSSAP) would like to invite you close out the month long SAS festivities with a mentorship workshop for all experienced and emerging oral storytellers & Elders. Lunch & beverages provided.

Āniskōhōcikan Connections – by Curtis Peeteetuce

Curtis will be facilitating the morning session. He is Cree from the Beardy's & Okemasis First Nation and has worked in theatre, radio and storytelling with a focus on sharing stories with all ages. Āniskōhōcikan refers to a string of beads tied end to end. Facilitated by award winning theatre artist Curtis Peeteetuce, the āniskōhōcikan workshop involves a presentation and conversation exploring stories, much like how the beads on a bracelet are connected Stories not only connects us to ourselves, but to the world and each other.

Traditional Lakota Teachings – by Kim Soo Goodtrack

Kim will be facilitating the afternoon session. She is Lakota from Woodmountain reserve. Her published children's book 'The ABS's of Our Spiritual Connection' won the Children's Choice Award and was seen on Sesame Street. This lead her to write 91 children shows for APTN where she also created, produced and art directed the WAKANHEJA PUPPET SHOW and ART ZONE and was the first Creator of children shows on APTN. She will explore the history, the changes and the life lessons one can get from oral storytelling with a focus on art, children and activities to bring the lessons to life. https://www.kimsoogoodtrack.com/

Contact to pre-register: sas.coordinator@mail.com / 306.514.7885 Deadline to register: February 24, 2020