This winter, they’ll include an oral storyteller, a slam poet, a performance artist, a circus artist and a playwright/photographer, Concordia alumna Elise Newman, MA 08.
Creative output from the camp — writing, photography, illustration, recorded performance and multimedia — will be collected in a digital magazine that will appear on Brila’s website.
Fletcher’s passion for engaging the imaginative and intellectual capacity of children is part of the practical component of her PhD work. “I’m committed to holding these camps through Concordia because of the university’s spirit of curiosity and creativity,” she says.
- Brila offers a 10 per cent discount to Concordia alumni, faculty, staff and students who register their kids. Register online online or call 438-338-5956. Brila’s summer 2014 camps at Loyola Campus run July 14 to 18 and July 21 to 25.