Cambium Education and Arts has designed and facilitated participatory Arts and Equity/Inclusion workshops, curriculum and programming for a wide range of clients, from arts and youth organizations to interfaith networks, community groups, unions, corporations, government bodies as well as schools and academic institutions. Our work transcends sectors and artistic disciplines, bringing together communities and people to create transformative connections and learning. 

Education that grows connection and inspires transformation. That’s the heart of what we do.

 

Our Work

We offer workshops and other educational programming in mainly two streams: Arts and Equity/Inclusion. These can often intersect or stand alone. 

Some examples of our Equity/Inclusion programming: Creating Respectful and Inclusive Spaces and Structures (schools, workplaces, arts organizations, non-profits etc). Organizational change through an intersectional lens. Social Justice and Anti-Oppression Education including topics such as: Anti-Racism, Islamophobia awareness and more.

Our Arts programming stream: Poetry and Collage Making to Explore Identity and Belonging, Envisioning New Futures, Writing from the Spirit, Storytelling and more.

Using a deeply collaborative and community embedded approach, we create and curate arts based community projects, events and installations. 

Cambium Art & Education also provides consulting services to groups and organizations wanting to increase their levels of inclusion through processes such as equity audits, policy development, organizational change and more.

Providing subject matter expertise as keynote and panel speakers at various academic, union and community events has been an exciting part of our emerging work in recent years. 

We can tailor programming and workshops to your needs!

 

   
  
   
  
    
  
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    Youth from the Engaged Immigrant Youth Program at a local secondary school create a banner for March 21st, International Day to Eliminate Racism. Part of a workshop series. 

Youth from the Engaged Immigrant Youth Program at a local secondary school create a banner for March 21st, International Day to Eliminate Racism. Part of a workshop series.