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Workshop (Online): Finding Your LGBTQ+ Community in Rural Alberta – Alberta Parenting For The Future Association

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Workshop (Online): Finding Your LGBTQ+ Community in Rural Alberta – Alberta Parenting For The Future Association

Picture of Luc Tellier. Text: Finding Your LGBTQ+ Community in Rural Alberta. January 19, 7:30pm. Free registration via Eventbrite

For teens who self-identify as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community in grades 9 – 12.

Growing up in a small town is a challenging event, but it is a survivable one. And there is strength in numbers, even when those numbers are scattered across the prairies. Join Luc Tellier for a free virtual conversation about growing up as a LGBTQIA+ teen in rural Alberta.

The event is totally free to attend, but advance registration is required through this link: www.eventbrite.ca

About Luc Tellier

Luc is a theatre actor, director, educator, and LGBTQ+ community activist. Having grown up in rural Alberta as a queer teen, Luc has an unbridled passion for the promotion of LGBTQ+ visibility, inclusivity, and community for youth. Luc recently taught at the Alberta Provincial GSA Conference, exploring how theatre can be used to animate difficult conversations in the classroom. Additionally, Luc is the program coordinator for YouthRiot YEG (a playwriting program for queer teens), and has provided Queer dramaturgy and outreach for productions at MacEwan University’s Theatre Arts Program, Fort Edmonton Park’s Capitol Theatre, and the Citadel Theatre Young Acting Company. As an actor, Luc has been seen in over 25 professional productions across western Canada, and recently received the Lieutenant Governor Award for Emerging Artist and a Sterling Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theatre For Young Audiences.

 

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