Poetic HeART Work is a workshop series designed to cultivate wellbeing by deepening creative writing and performance practices that are anchored in self-love. The series is comprised of five 2-hour workshops. Four of the sessions will explore a domain of wellness through art practice, including: body, mind, emotional and spiritual domains, The final session will focus on strengthening participants’ capacity towards radical self and community care, and engage participants in a collaborative process of extending self-love to create thriving, resilient communities. This series is open to all students.

Build your experience. Tell your story. CCR. Co-Curricular Record

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Dates and Locations Poetic HeART Work runs from October 3 –October 31, 2017
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Meet the facilitator Timaj Garad is a multi-disciplinary storyteller.

Program Dates

Tuesday, October 3, 5:10 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 10, 5:10 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 17, 5:10 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 24, 5:10 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 31, 5:10 - 7 p.m.

Location

Multi-Faith Centre
569 Spadina Avenue (Entrance via Bancroft Avenue) MAP
KP113, 1st Floor

This building is wheelchair accessible

Registration

Enrolment is limited and registration is required.

Registrants are expected to attend all five sessions. 

Registration form coming soon.

Meet the facilitator

Timaj Garad is a multi-disciplinary Artist, using poetry and theatre to bring stories to life. Her art is auto-biographical, working at the intersections of a black Muslim woman challenging injustice, unearthing truths, and healing. As an award-winning Artist and Educator, Timaj Garad has graced over 200 stages and facilitated several arts-based workshops. In 2012, Timaj was awarded the City of Waterloo's Top 40 Under 40 award for community leadership. She whole-heartedly believes in the transformative power of the arts and is dedicated to engaging individuals and communities in critical arts education initiatives to uplift, inspire, and build ethical communities. 

Timaj Garad