- Broadcast length: 45 minutes, with a pre and post workshop activity
included in the teacher guide
- Date and time: Oct. 25-26, 2023
- 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM each day
- Host School: TBA
- Register below for the Live session
- Grade 1/2: Wed., Oct. 25, 10:00AM
- Grade 3/4: Wed., Oct. 25, 1:00PM
- Grade 5/6: Thurs., Oct. 26, 10:00AM
- Grade 7/8: Thurs., Oct. 26, 1:00PM
Artist Biography – Alex Jarrett/Axis
Axis has a spoken word style that’s rhythmic, thought-provoking, and non-conforming. From a young age, Axis experimented with creative writing and poetry styles. She aims for her body of work to remain consistently about deeper issues and taboos that plague society. As an empath, she wants her work to bring more compassion to ourselves and our world. Having struggled to let her poetry meet her voice for many years. Axis is ready to share her soul with those willing to listen. In hopes that we can all be inspired to give voice to our passions. Axis has a mixture of European and Indigenous Ancestry. She has roots in her Eagles Lake First Nation rural community in Saskatchewan. Her maternal Indigenous roots run deeper north to Treaty 10 Canoe Lake Cree First Nation and Metis Community Isle a la Crosse.
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