Creative Facilitation 1

Using Creative Arts as Facilitation Tools

Vancouver, BC, Canada

This experiential training introduces you to the world of Creative Empowerment Facilitation. You’ll learn strategies for building safety that allows people to take creative risks. You’ll gain a framework for integrating creative practices into all aspects of your facilitation. You’ll build a tool box of easy-to-lead activities you can use the very next day to bring depth and heart to your programs.

You’ll experience the life enhancing benefits of Creative Facilitation first hand. Expect to walk away with new confidence in your own creativity and ability to be an engaging and inspiring leader.


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May 27 - May 27, 2020
(9am-5pm, both days)


Broadway Youth Resource Centre | 2455 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada


Two days

Prerequisites: None

Registration Fee: Sliding scale - $150-$550


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Hazel Bell-Koski is a self-directed, Metis woman of mixed Anishinaabe, Finnish, Irish, and English heritage. Hazel was born and raised on the unceded Coast Salish Territories. She is grateful to have been mentored by mountains, ferns, eagles, bears, cedars, and slugs. She has a BFA in Film Studies from Ryerson Polytechnic University and has maintained a multi-disciplinary arts practice for over twenty years, including filmmaking, painting, textiles, installations, public interventions, creative facilitation, and stencil making. She currently works with an organization called, IndigenEYEZ, where she uses land based learning and the creative arts to empower indigenous youth and adults throughout British Columbia.



CF1 was transformative. It helped deepen our relationships, and it has had a lasting influence on how we do our work, from facilitating trainings and internal meetings to leading community conversations. I can't recommend it enough!

Diana Falchuk

Manager of Arts & Racial Equity, City of Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative, Office of Arts & Culture/Office for Civil Rights, USA

PYE’s Creative Classroom is a great example of how experiential learning can have a much deeper impact on learning. The teachers experienced their own creativity in a whole new way. This training will have lasting impact.

Shaun McInerney

Principal, The Studio School, Liverpool, UK

I have never before witnessed the transformational power of creativity in such a profound way and in such a short space of time.

Cyrus Kwala

Photographer, Arts Educator, Uganda


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