Group photo of students wearing all black. They sitting in the theatre in funny poses.
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Arts Club Drama Club

Serving our local community in creative ways is a priority for the Arts Club. The Arts Club Drama Club offers students from equity-seeking communities an opportunity to access drama education on their home turf. In these free programs, students explore theatre and theatre-making in an inclusive and collaborative environment:

Britannia Secondary School, Vancouver
Grades 8–12

This program uses the students’ own voices to create theatrical work that resonates with them while helping them develop basic technical skills.

Ray-Cam Cooperative Centre, Vancouver
Grades 5–7

This is an inner-city drama program exploring imagination, community building, teamwork, and creativity.

English Language Learner Welcome Centre, Surrey
Grades 8–12

New Canadians can learn about Western theatre and enhance their language ability. By attending workshops and Arts Club shows, the students are encouraged to develop new skills and interests.

Ethos Lab
A not-for-profit organization that serves teens ages 12–18, Ethos Lab aims to empower the next generation of leaders and inspire a legacy of Black leadership within STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Applied Art, and Math). The Arts Club offers theatre-based workshops that explore leadership, confidence building, and collaboration, both in person, online, and in virtual reality spaces.

For more information, contact Hila Graf, Education & Community Engagement Manager, at


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