Find Your Story!
March Break Virtual Workshop for Kids!
We All Have A Story To Tell That Matters!
In this 1.5 hour virtual workshop, kids will be lead by Zoe Cleland, actress, writer, filmmaker, on a journey to find their STORY! There’s a story at the heart of every art form: acting, writing, songwriting, singing, dancing, painting, photography and more! It’s up the artist to find the story they want to share with the world in their own creative expression. Zoe will teach kids how to figure out what their story is and how they want to express it.
This hands-on, interactive and exciting workshop will gets on their feet and in their hearts, digging in and expressing themselves as they unfold their stories THAT MATTER!
This workshop is for kids aged 9-13.
KIDS PREP: Kids will need something write with and on. Crayons, markers, construction paper are great! Please think of 3 things that inspire you – if you can have them ready for the workshop, that’d be great or you can think of them in your head!
This is a Zoom virtual workshop. Cameras and microphones on, please! The link will be sent via email to the parent.
Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Time: 2pm – 3:30pm
Teacher: Zoe Cleland
*Discount if participating in both Zoe’s workshops – $50 for both workshops!
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and/or call 519-999-2314. Spaces are limited for maximum interaction and attention! To confirm your registration, make contact and make your payment. Payment options: etransfer, cash, credit, debit.
Everyone has many stories inside them just waiting to be found!Zoe Cleland
ABOUT ZOE CLELAND
Zoe Cleland is a Canadian actress, writer and filmmaker. She graduated from the acting program at the National Theatre School of Canada and has worked extensively in film and television. Zoe is best known for her featured roles in Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Reign (CW network), and for her portrayal of a young Jewel Staite in Jeremy Lalonde’s indie feature How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town. Most recently, she appeared as scene-stealing Russian minx Tatiana in CBC Gem’s A Communist’s Daughter, for which she received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Supporting Performance in a Web Program or Series. In 2018 she wrote, produced, co-directed and acted in a proof-of-concept episode of her original series Ace of Rods, which is now being extended and pitched. Zoe currently has multiple writing projects underway, and is set to direct her original short film, Blueberries for Iris, in the summer of 2022.