Talks

Fraser, P. (2013), Housing Matters Media Project, Digital InFuse 2013, CIP/PIBC National Planner’s Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2013) Performing Place, Exploring the Role of Place in theatre in the Pacific Northwest, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2012), Housing Matters Media Project, Social Visioning Art and Culture, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2010). Finding Home, media installations produced in collaboration with Dreamseeds; the arts and activism centre the Purple Thistle for Cosmopolis/Cosmopolitics: Humanities and Citizenship after Neoliberalism? Simon Fraser University. co-presenter: Corin Browne

 

Fraser, P. (2009), “Creativity, Media Production, and Storying the World”, Imagining Citizenship, A Digital Literacies Symposium, Simon Fraser University Vancouver, B.C.

co-presenter: Dr. S. Poyntz

Fraser, P. (2009) “In Search of the Authentic: Relationships between Digital Storytelling and Health and Well Being in Older Adults in the Arts Health and Seniors Project. The Verge Arts Series. Trinity Western University, Langley, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2009) The Impact on Health and Well Being of Seniors through Digital Storytelling:  The Arts, Health, and Seniors Research Project, (presenter), Canadian Public Health Association National Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Fraser, P. (2008) The Arts Health and Seniors Project, (poster)

7th International Conference on Urban Health, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2008) Troubling the Environments of Conformity. Youth produced media, censorship, and the Dalai Lama’s Dialogue on Nurturing Compassion. Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2007) Antonio’s Story Screening. Performance and Asylum: Ethics, Embodiment, Community. Royal Holloway, University of London. London England.

 

Fraser, P. (2007) Technology in Health Education and Training (What is TB, not TV). The Amazing Race to Eliminate TB: Education and Training Skills to Succeed. Atlanta Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia. USA.

co-presenter Shirley Remple, BSN.

Fraser, P. (2007)  Narratives as Life Achievements. Our Stories, Demonstrating Change Through Stories. Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser, P (2006) A Call for Creativity: Mentoring in Digital Spaces. Faculty Research Day, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter J. Arntzen

Fraser, P. (2006) screening Dad’s Video, Unsettling Conversations, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2004) Documenting Engagement, Breaking New Ground, the Earth Symposium, Earth Project, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter with jil p. weaving.

Fraser P. (1998) What’s at Risk? 8th Annual British Columbia Aids Conference, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter Victor Porter

Fraser P. (1996) World Aids Conference, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter Victor Porter.

Fraser P. (1993) Youth Conference, United Nations Conference on the Rights of the Child. Victoria, B.C.

Fraser P. (1993). Parents and Educators, 8th Annual British Columbia Conference on Aids and HIV, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter Victor Porter.

Fraser P. (1990) “Living with Aids”, National Health Conference, co-produced with Persons with Aids Society. Vancouver, B.C.

 Fraser, P. (2010), Digital Storytelling Project with Seniors, Chrysalis Conference for Senior Community Practitioners, Roundhouse Arts Centre,  Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser, P. (2008)  The Arts Health and Seniors Project, British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association, Victoria, B.C.

Fraser P. (2004) Artistic Director, Documenting Engagement, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser, P. (2006) Antonio’s Story. World Peace Forum , British Columbia Teacher’s Federation Education Series, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser P. (2003) Ultimate High, Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Vancouver, B.C. co-created with Mortal Coil and South Granville street involved youth.

Fraser P. (2001) Turn on the Truth, British Columbia Teachers Federation Social Justice Conference, Richmond, B.C.  co-presenters Stuart Poyntz & Corin Browne

Fraser P. (1999) Artistic Director, Yukon Writers Festival, Whitehorse, Yukon.

Fraser P. (1996) Forum Theatre, International Community Development Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

Fraser P. (1996) Forum Theatre, World Aids Youth Community Forum with Youthco Aids Society.

Fraser P. (1995) Symposium on Youth, Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenters Britannia Secondary Students.

Fraser P. (1992) Arrivals and Encounters. Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Vancouver, B.C. co-created with urban First Nations youth.

Fraser P. (1990). “Not Just Nine to Five”, Women in View Festival, Vancouver, B.C.

co-presenters C.U.P.E. Health and Safety Project & Headlines Theatre

Fraser P. (1989).  “Not Just Nine to Five”, Mayworks Festival, Vancouver, B.C.

co-presenters C.U.P.E. Health and Safety Project & Headlines Theatre.

Fraser P. (1989) “ Self Advocacy Theatre Forum”.  Provincial Conference for the Mentally Handicapped of British Columbian, Harrison, B.C. co-presented with members British Columbians for the Mentally Handicapped & Headlines Theatre.

Public Theatre Forums  Created/Facilitated

Arrivals and Encounters. City of Vancouver, Vancouver, B.C. co-created with urban First Nations youth & Headlines Theatre

 

Native Youth and the Justice System, sponsored by Native Legal Services, Vancouver City College, Vancouver, B.C. and Headlines Theatre.

 

“Real Men Don’t Buy Kids” sponsored B.C. Social Services, co-created with street involved youth, produced by Headlines Theatre and Arts Club Theatre.

Project Literacy, sponsored by Adult Basic Education, Vancouver City College, co-created by adult learners, produced by Headlines Theatre Vancouver, B.C.

Teen Moms, sponsored by Tupper Mini School/YWCA Teen Mothers Program, co-created with student teen mothers, Vancouver, B.C.

Street Kids and Aids, sponsored by The Red Cross, co-created with street involved youth, produced by Headlines Theatre, Vancouver B.C.

Workshops  Popular Theatre Facilitator

Community Development Institute of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

The Justice Institute of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

University of British Columbia School of Social Work, Vancouver, B.C.

YWCA, Vancouver, B.C.

Vancouver/Richmond Health Board, Vancouver, B.C.

Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia

Youthco Aids Society, Vancouver, B.C.

Youth Action Centre, Vancouver, B.C.

Boundary Health Unit, Surrey, B.C.

Hospital Employees Union of B.C.

Native Legal Services,Vancouver City College, Langara Campus, Vancouver, B.C.

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