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Community Arts
Mentorship Program

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COMMUNITIES 

C.A.M.P was developed to ensure communities all across
Saskatchewan can have access to arts programming and mentorship to build local capacity for program delivery.

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ARTISTS

WE ARE...

Community Arts Mentorship Program is a non-profit in Saskatchewan dedicated to procuring arts experiences, mentorship, and training opportunities in remote and under-served communities across the province. We believe expression through the arts strengthens community, inter-generational connection, culture and sense of identity, increases self-esteem and confidence and provides leadership opportunities. 

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The genesis of the community arts mentorship program emerged from the bond between Eliza Doyle and Holly Rae Yuzicapi, both deeply affected by a local mental health crisis. Their initial dialogue aimed at offering support and enhancing community well-being. Symbolized by Eliza's bowler trailer and Holly's tipi during their inaugural campout in the Qu’Appelle valley, the logo's colors reflect the natural elements and cycles of life, encapsulating the essence of the program's mission to promote well-being through artistic expression. This logo embodies a way of life for all involved, fostering opportunities for growth and learning within the Community Arts Mentorship Program.

OUR MISSION

COLLABORATIVE & SUPPORTIVE

MENTORSHIP TO INDEPENDENCE 

Through Artist Residencies and Full-Time Arts Teachers, we support communities until local capacity is secured, and arts programming is delivered locally. C.A.M.P will continue to provide on-going support for communities, and will provide mentorship and training when necessary.

C.A.M.P is committed to creating meaningful relationships through Cultural Consultations. These consultations guide residencies and identify which art practices best fit the communities needs through drawing on the strengths of their own membership.

OUR VISION

Engaging under-served & remote Saskatchewan communities in music, arts and cultural programming for self-expression, healthy identity-formation, healing & reconciliation with a focus on supporting and building local capacity through mentorship & training opportunities.

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Programs

PROGRAMS

Community Arts Mentorship Program has created a variety of programs to support artists, schools, students and communities. Click on the Program below for more information

TACT

Trauma and Cultural Sensitivity Training (TACT) is training CAMP has developed and can deliver for yourself or your organization. 

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Trauma-Informed and Culturally-Sensitive Arts Training Course

MUSIC IN SCHOOLS

A project to have a Full-Time Music Teacher between both the Elementary School and High School funded through the school divisions. 

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Bringing music to underserved classrooms

HIP HOP COLLAB.

This one of a kind workshop starts right from what hip hop is, how it relates to our lives and then dives into a hands on creating and performing experience all let by a hip hop artist and instructor. 

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A collaborative hip-hop workshop in both Elementary Schools and High Schools. 

YOUTH
MUSIC CAMPS

During these music camps, youth will experience a growth in self confidence, self-esteem, pride and acquire leadership skill development. 

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Youth in Beauval, La Ronge, and Pinehouse  creating music and performing.

GIRLS ROCK THE NORTH

The 2nd Annual Rock The Mission: Girls Rock Camp is happening February 21st - 25th! 

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February, 2025

SOA FIDDLE MENTORSHIP

CAMP is pleased to partner with the Saskatchewan Orchestral Association in offering a Fiddle Mentorship Program in the Northern Saskatchewan communities. 

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in partnership with the Saskatchewan Orchestral Association

MUSIC TEACHER MENTORSHIP

Mentoring Saskatchewan musicians on how to work with remote and underserved communities through hands-on experience is CAMP’s latest endeavor. 

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teaching musicians how to share their craft

RESIDENCIES

A Bachelor of Education Degree is not a requirement for teaching in many specialty subjects in remote and under-served communities. 

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Helping artists share their passion

CAMP CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

We are thrilled to partner with the Saskatchewan Music Educators Association (SMEA) to create a FREE Music Teacher Resource Kit!

LEARN MORE and DOWNLOAD the kit online! 

Free music resources for teachers

NORTHERN
LIGHTS
BLUEGRASS
CAMP

A partnership with the Northern Lights Bluegrass and Old Time Music Society

LEARN MORE about our programming at the music camp and festival

Music camp at Ness Creek

NEWS

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GET INVOLVED

GET INVOLVED

We at the Community Arts Mentorship Program are always looking to grow our community. Whether you're an artist or teacher, school or group looking to hire our programming, we are always looking for new partners on an ongoing basis. 

Send us a message with a little about you and how we could work together. 

 

Interested in being more involved? Become a Board Member or a Committee Member for one of these groups:  Programming, Sponsorship, Fundraising, Instrument Inventory and Instrument Repair. 

We are also looking for volunteers for Doylefest! Please send us your application with the subject 'Doylefest'. 

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HAVE AN INSTRUMENT TO DONATE?

DROP OFF AT EITHER SASKATOON LONG&MCQUADE LOCATION

Thanks for submitting!

Because art saves lives and artists deserve compensation for their work. CAMP appreciates any and all financial support. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • La Ronge Youth Music Camp
    La Ronge Youth Music Camp
    Sun, Jul 14
    Air Ronge
    Jul 14, 2024, 9:00 a.m. – Jul 18, 2024, 3:00 p.m.
    Air Ronge, Queens St, Air Ronge, SK S0J 3G0, Canada
    Don't miss the La Ronge Youth Music Camp, an exciting opportunity for young musicians to explore their talents with classes in Ukulele, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, and Songwriting. Running from July 14th to 18th, 9 am to 3 pm, at Senator Myles Venne School.
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  • DOYLEFEST
    DOYLEFEST
    Fri, Sep 06
    Eagle Creek Regional Park
    Sep 06, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – Sep 09, 2024, 7:00 p.m.
    Eagle Creek Regional Park, Box - 489, Asquith, SK S0K 0J0, Canada
    3 days of live music plus concessions, face painting, tie dye, vendors, reconciliation workshop, camping and disc golf! All at the beautiful Eagle Creek Regional Park.
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