Dec 11 - Dec 24, 2021 Douglas family art centre

Student Photo Exhibition

Two students from Beaver Brae Secondary School ACE program holding and looking at cameras outside in the winter during their the Intro to Digital Photography class.

From the beginning of November, the Ne-Chee Friendship Centre has been working with the ACE and ASSP programs on an Intro to Digital Photography course. This course was focused on the technical aspect of shooting pictures with a DSLR as well as basic composition. Every week students focused on different aspects of digital photography. There were a handful of photoshoots planned and lots of different skills acquired. The culminating goal of this course was to have presentable work to display to the community. This is just the beginning and we hope to be back next year!

About the Aboriginal Secondary School Program (ASSP)

Friendship Centres partner with local district school boards to offer high school curriculum, cultural supports, life skills, and other services as required and connect students to the support of the Friendship Centre and the urban Indigenous community. ASSP’s in Friendship Centres are innovative, locally developed programs that assist urban Indigenous students to personalize their learning so they can achieve their goals, including graduating with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

About the Academic Connections through Empowerment (ACE) Program

The Academic Connections through Empowerment (ACE) Program is a collaboration between WJS Canada and Beaver Brae Secondary School. Students in the ACE program benefit from a small instructional setting designed around student interest and experiential learning. Students at ACE receive a continuum of supports from caring adults, including life skills, educational supports, and experiential activities from Paige and Dane from WJS Canada, and Andrew from Beaver Brae.

Did you know?

In 1916 Kenora produced the most flour of any city in Canada. Between the Lake of the Woods Milling Company in Keewatin and the Maple Leaf Milling in Kenora they produced 13,000 barrels of flour a day

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