Saturday, November 2nd: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Youth Writing Masterclass (Ages 13-18)

with Francine Cunningham

BSIA • Room 1-31


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Online ticket sales are closed. Limited tickets will be available at the door.

For writers aged 13-18. 

Led by award-winning Indigenous writer Francine Cunningham, this masterclass will help you learn to connect with your memories to create a visceral piece of writing that springs alive with sensory details. We will then be using our writing to craft personal zines that showcase the words we have carefully crafted. Francine has over ten years experience teaching writing, visual art, and zine making. If you feel inspired please bring any art making supplies to enhance your zine with some visual art.

Early Bird $40   •   Online $42   •  At the Door $45  

  • FRANCINE CUNNINGHAM is an award-winning Indigenous writer, artist and educator originally from Calgary, AB but who currently resides in Vancouver, BC. She is a graduate of the UBC Creative Writing MFA program, and a recent winner of The Indigenous Voices Award in the 2019 Unpublished Prose Category and of The Hnatyshyn Foundation’s REVEAL Indigenous Art Award. Her fiction has appeared in Grain Magazine as the 2018 Short Prose Award winner, on The Malahat Review’s Far Horizon’s Prose shortlist, Joyland Magazine, The Puritan Magazine and more. Her debut book of poetry is titled ON/Me (Caitlin Press).