Arts Education

Since 2001, Lindsay Zier-Vogel has been teaching writing and movement workshops in the community and in schools. She has worked with hundreds of students to find their own creative voices and create their own works of art.

From poetry to fiction, contemporary dance performances and hand-bound books to community-based love letters, Lindsay encourages students to create without judgment, promoting the accessibility of language-based art.

If you would like to host a writing workshop or having Lindsay speak about community engagement orThe Love Lettering Project to your event or school, please contact Lindsay at loveletteringproject [at]


Toronto: Writing The City: Two 8-week writing workshops at Parkdale Library (with funding from the Ontario Arts Council)
Toronto: Guest lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Literary Citizenship class

Toronto: Artist mentor with the tdsb CREATES program
Toronto: Guest lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Literary Citizenship class

Toronto: Taught an Urban Intervention workshop for Grade 11 students at Central Toronto Academy.
Toronto: Taught a writing workshop with ESL students at The Language Gallery.

Tour of Yukon & NWT : Collaborated with DreamCatcher Mentoring for a three-city tour of Canada’s North. Supported in part by the Canada Council for the Arts, Lindsay worked with high school students and teachers in Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Fort Smith on art projects based on community engagement. As a long-term DCM mentor, she shared her experiences as a community engagement artist and writer.

Toronto:  Taught a poetry workshop with Grade 2 students at West Prep Public School (more info here)

Toronto: Featured at Morningside Library’s literacy festival, Toronto Public Library

Montreal: Guest speaker at Concordia University’s School of Extended Learning University of the Streets Café program

Toronto: Guest speaker at the University of Toronto’s Material Culture program.

Toronto: Guest at Toronto Public Library Author Talks and Lectures with Seen Reading’s Julie Wilson

Toronto: Guest speaker at University of Toronto’s Victoria College Alumni lecture series

Yorkton, SK: Artist-in-residence at Yorkton Regional High School, teaching the writing portion of a three week integrated movement-sound-and-writing workshop with Grade 10 and 11 drama students.

Toronto: Writing workshop at Sister Writes.

Toronto: TIFF Learning: Developing Students Through Film placement at St. Mike’s Hospital in-patient program through the Artist Educators in Communities and Schools Intensive

Toronto: Taught hardcover bookbinding workshops at The Paper Place (2011-13)

Toronto: Selected as one of 30 arts educators to attend the Artist Educators in Communities and Schools Intensive through Canadian Stage, in partnership with PAONE (Professional Arts Organizations Network for Education)

Toronto: Delegate at the Artist Educator Exchange Conference

Toronto: Guest judge at Parklawn Junior Middle School‘s Grade 8 poetry slam.

Toronto/Yukon/NWT/Nunavut: Mentored students for the Dream Catcher Mentoring, a program, that connects high school students in the Far North with Canadian mentors (2011-14)

Kitchener, ON: Poetry workshop with Pathways Education

Toronto: Facilitated bookbinding workshops at Sister Writes, a writing workshop for disadvantaged women in Toronto (2010-11)

Vancouver: Artist in residence at Mt. Pleasant Public School in Vancouver, BC, funded through the ArtStarts program and The Please Mum Foundation. (2008)

Toronto: led an integrated arts-based curriculum in five Toronto schools that integrated the Dance Curriculum, funded by Ontario Arts Council’s Artists in Education Grant (2007-8)

Toronto: taught a “found materials” publishing workshop at the Youth Scream’s annual high school student conference at Marc Garneau C.I. (2004)

Toronto: led an integrated arts-based curriculum in five Toronto schools funded by the Ontario Arts Council’s Artists in Education Grant that integrated the Dance Curriculum with the students’ creation of poetry and individual hard-cover hand-bound books. (2003-4)

Toronto: Guest Lecturer at the University of Toronto. Taught a books and multiples workshop for Professor Don Holman’s Fine Arts Seminar (2003)

Toronto: Taught an “Alternative Technique” Class with the Series 8:08 with colleague Susan Kendal (2003)