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A PAVED Arts At Home Distance Workshop:
#RisingYouth Community Service Grants Workshop
w/ Lenore Maier
Tuesday, July 14th, 7pm
FREE, Open to all youth aged 15-30
Presented in partnership with Taking It Global.

Join PAVED Arts Technical Director, Lenore Maier, online for a free 60-minute ZOOM workshop that covers the basics of the new #RisingYouth Community Service Grants. It’s your opportunity to ask questions and get tips on how to prepare and execute your own project as a #RisingYouth in Saskatoon. The #RisingYouth Community Service Grant is designed for youth ages 15-30, who are passionate about making a positive impact in their community.

Lenore will go over applicant eligibility, project eligibility with examples of successful past projects. We’ll go through the simple application and reporting process, as well as discuss and develop any ideas that attendees might already have.

To register, email

Lenore M Maier joined PAVED Arts as the Technical Director in 2017, where she manages the Production Centre, coordinates workshops, develops youth programming, and fosters community partnerships. When she isn’t making music with The Garrys, or in her solo project Ursa, Lenore spends much of her time organizing with Girls Rock Saskatoon, and co-managing Grey Records, a Saskatoon-based music label. In 2019, she was nominated for a SATA in Outstanding Sound Design. She is currently on the organizing committee for the Manitou Boogaloo and is an active board member for SwampFest. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with High Honours from the UofS and is pursuing a Masters in Public Health in the Fall of 2020.

This workshop is FREE for everyone to attend. You do not need to be a member.

No experience necessary! Participants will need a personal computer (laptop, tablet, and desktop are all fine), and access to the internet.
Members: FREE
Non-Members: FREE