“Storytelling has always been with us for 100s, and 1000s of years because we come form an oral tradition” – Cherish Violet Blood

Join Cherish Violet Blood in the unlearning of rules that prevents us from following our own knowledge. Using the lessons learnt form life and techniques mastered from Spider Woman Theatre (NYC), the oldest indigenous feminist theatre company in the world. This workshop will explore the natural process of storytelling/
All levels welcome.
To register email sonny : sberenson@sherbourne.on.ca
The workshop will be runĀ 4-8pm, Friday and Saturday 6th & 7th of Nov
Please register by Oct 30th.
If you require ASL or
have other access needs please let us knowCome in comfortable clothes. Tokens and food provided.This series is apart of FLAME
FLAME is a series of FREE ART programs for queer and trans young people under 29, that is rooted in self care and community building. We want more spaces to make art, to share our stories and also to celebrate our work!!

There is an understanding on taking part in the program that we will all be working to creating safer spaces and to support each other as we aim to have good respectful relationships with our communities, ourselves and this space we call Toronto.


Cherish Violet Blood a big beautiful Blackfoot woman from the Blood reserve located in southern Alberta. A Writer, Actor, Storyteller and Comedian, she started her career in performance at a young age doing plays written by her mother. Cherish is a graduate from the Centre for Indigenous Theatre’s full-time program in Toronto. She also enjoys working and teaching youth theatre and other arts practices. She believes Traditional Storytelling and humor are the greatest tools for inspiring and learning about whom we are and where we come from.


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