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Teens are invited to join artist and activist Kevin Sutton as they take you through some exercises to unlock your creative potential.
Throughout history great thinkers have often reflected on our society through poetry. Whether through rap, rhyme or written down, words also give power to our innermost lives and allow the expression of frustration, hurt and hope. Learn as Kevin shares their personal experience of how art has been a key strategy used for both personal growth and their activism work. Participate in our poetry book after the workshop and get volunteer hours for your submissions. This program is delivered through Zoom. You only need to register once per viewing device.
Kevin Sutton (they/them) is a writer, spoken word performance artist, workshop facilitator, communications professional, and community organizer. They are a co-founder of Black Lives Matter Guelph, and host The Great Pause on CFRU 93.3. Their work with at-risk youth has led them to diversity, equity, and inclusion work helping organizations nurture supportive professional environments where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.