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Kim Beggs enjoys facilitating songwriting workshops for children, youth and adults in the Yukon and beyond within programs including Artist in the Schools, Yukon Women in Music, Keno City Music, Art and Literature Workshop, FAMI in Alberta as well as in one-on-one mentorship sessions.
She has also taught polymer clay art to professional artists, students in schools, and at the Keno Music, Art and Literary Workshop.
Kim has recorded and commercially released 5 solo albums… Learn more ›
Creating a Play with Linnéa Rowlatt
Creating a Play uses photos as the foundation for building a narrative and to explore character. With clearly defined steps in the process, small groups work together to bring the story alive with expression and gesture. Through this class, the students gain experience in play-making and in role-playing. Acting becomes a means of exploring personal values, while building skills in public presentation and speech. Learning outcomes for students: Individual listening, and increased ease with verbal expression; knowledge of narrative form and of the characteristics of oral tales; understanding of the theatrical structure needed to tell a story; skills and practice… Learn more ›
Community School Touring Program
The Community School Touring Program sends performance artists to every Yukon community school. The goal of this program is to expose children to types of performance art they may not regularly encounter, with preference given to acts that have an educational component. CSTP impacts hundreds of students each year and provides important and inspiring opportunities for youth in Yukon communities.Learn more ›
About Artist in the School
The Artist in the School program (AIS) provides Yukon school children with the opportunity to be instructed and inspired by practicing artists and to learn to work with a variety of art forms and media. It is available to all Yukon elementary and secondary schools, including 18 schools in Whitehorse and 14 in the communities. In 2018-19, more than 50 AIS artists travelled to every Yukon community to deliver over 5100 arts encounters for students.Learn more ›