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Story Stick Project

 

A collaboration with East End Arts,   Books, Art, Music Collective, and  Pamela Schuller.

 

 

Workshop and Event Up-Dates

 

Join this Intergenerational, free and in-person, outdoors,  art-making project for Scarborough and East End Toronto residents.

 

Pamela Schuller will facilitate art sessions as part of the Story Stick Project workshops! This simple yet powerful project invites participants to work collaboratively to create public art using colourful yarn and sticks guided by participants' collective visions for local and global well being. 

 

Bring your inspirations and ideas! 

Community-created art has the capacity to raise awareness and to engage creativity for addressing complex problems, and also support transformation to sustainability

 

September Workshops at East End Arts, Outdoors

Address- 450 Broadview  Ave, St Matthews Clubhouse, Riverdale Park

 

In-Person programming will follow all COVID-19 Provincial and Toronto Public Health guidelines

 

 

Personal Story Stick Workshop

 

Thursday, 6 - 7:30, September 2 

 

Creating  the Stick Installation

 

Thursday, 6 - 7:30, September 9

Saturday, 3 - 5:00  September 11

Sunday, 3 - 5:00  September 12

 

The Story Stick Project installation and public opening event  will be on display for 1 month   (location and date TBD)

 

 

Register here -   https://story-stick-project-2021-ip.eventbrite.ca

Sign up as an individual or a  group.

 

Got questions? Need more information 

Email - pamelaschuller8@gmail.com

 

 

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MAY 2021 - Announcement

 

 

I am honoured to be awarded grant funding for Story Stick Project.

  

The grant supports the production of the Story Stick Project and will occur between May and December 2021

 

The Story Stick Project Community Arts project for youth ages 14 to 24.

 

 

Three components for youth engagement:

1- Story Stick workshops, in person or online, TBD

2- Creating a story stick art installation to be exhibited outdoors

2- Public event to celebrate and share the youths' stories and story stick workshops for the public

 

Purpose

Through the story stick project, youth will learn a powerful and simple art process to represent and tell stories and experiences of their lives.  Through wrapping sticks with textured and colourful yarns,  each thread becomes an organic emotional processing tool.

 

 

Workshops - August through September

Public event - Date and location TBD

Installation - location TBD

 

Register Herehttps://story-stick-project-2021.eventbrite.ca

  

Contact Pamela for more information

pamelaschuller8@gmail.com 

 

Sign-up to the email list to receive project updates 

Put Story Stick Project in the subject line

 

Check for updates-

https://www.pamelaschuller.ca/pages/story-stick-project-2021

 

 or Instagram @pamelaschuller  and @bamcollectivee

 

A City of Toronto Arts & Culture SPARK Project    

 

 

Signature and SPARK Projects celebrate local culture, creativity, business and community. The City contributes to the development of arts and culture in Toronto by consulting with and advocating for the city’s cultural industries; providing financial support to arts institutions and individual artists; and producing major cultural events and inclusive arts programs.

 

Learn more about the 2021 projects.

 

 

 

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Family Story Stick Workshop

 

Come and join this visual art, family experience. Participants will collaboratively wrap one stick of 1 to 3 ‘ in length with yarn, thread, and textures to reflect their unity, strengths, or what they feel is needed for family harmony going forward. The stick becomes a visual tool for understanding and peace keeping.

 

This process is dynamic, creative and fun. You will take home a unique piece of art as well as a touchstone for nurturing good relationships. 

 

Pamela brings years of diverse community and art education experience to guide your family with the stick wrapping  process.

 

This workshop is for families, caregivers, extended family of all ages. 

 

When- Sunday January 12th

Time- 1 to 3

Where- The Redwood, 1298 Gerrard Street East, Mezzanine Studio upstairs. https://theredwood.org  Location is accessible by stairs.

 

Cost- Family of 2 to 4 is $40.00 and family of 5 and up $50.00. Materials included. 

 

Register with a 20.00 deposit or full fee with Pamela via E-transfer.  Drop in welcome but as  group size is limited a deposit secures your spot.

 

Note- Family workshops can also take place in your home

 

Questions? -contact Pamela at pamelaschuller@gmail.com

Note - Family