With mentorship programs, open rehearsals, and community collaborations, Reforming Art Productions (RAP) believes that arts education is a vital component to community development.

RAP uses art as an educative platform to create development opportunities that offer fresh perspectives on relevant issues. These initiatives seek to not only ignite people's imaginations, but to instill in its participants a sense of responsibility to the future of Canadian art.


The focus of our outreach initiatives is to find ways to implement the creative process into the everyday learning enviorment and to bridge the gap between professional art and community involvement. We want to use creativity as a platform to begin important conversations about relevant social issues, and as a learning tool for individuals to develop their own artistic voice.

It is our mission that people will leave these opportunties motivated and full, with a richer understanding of who they are and how they want to contribute to the future of Canadian art.