Let’s collaborate!

* * * CALL FOR ARTISTS * * *

Wonderscape is looking for collaborators and is calling all writers, photographers, painters, visual artists, musicians, storytellers, naturalists, and makers to apply! Do you want to network with artists of other disciplines? Time to work on your craft? Connection with other like-minds?

If so, be a part of this creative pot-luck and lead a short workshop in your area of expertise!

Benefits: Opportunities to collaborate with artists from across the Canadian prairies, promotion and recognition from Wonderscape Retreats, $100 discount off 2018 fees and a unique retreat experience.

Selection process: Applicants will be selected by a panel of jurors. Preference will be given to creators who are genuine, approachable and passionate about their work.

Wonderscape 2018 is a nature-based creative arts retreat, for men and women, held at Arlington Beach Camp and Conference Centre on Last Mountain Lake, SK, Sept. 21-23,

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018

Fill in the form below to get the conversation started.

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Are you interested in bringing Wonderscape to your community? Do you have friends, family, a church group, or employees who would enjoy Wonderscape?  Maybe you know the perfect venue or an artist who could perform or lead a workshop? Whatever it is, I’m happy to hear your ideas!

As an educator, writer, and storyteller I design experiences that inspire and build community. I offer weekend retreats, half-day and full-day retreats, and workshops.

I often collaborate with artists of different disciplines when I facilitate retreats but I am also available to conduct stand-alone workshops on

  • Writing
  • Art and spirituality
  • Recognizing and responding to your creative calling

E-mail Tricia at wonderscaperetreats@gmail.com for more info.


Tricia Friesen Reed is an educator, writer, and storyteller with international experience in teaching and community development. After graduating from the University of Manitoba with a B. Ed. she spent 4 years in rural Bolivia where she taught kindergarten through grade 8 and provided professional development for local teachers. After returning to Canada she invested herself in her family and local social-justice initiatives, as well as working as a literacy coach and elementary school teacher. She currently lives in Saskatchewan and is the founder and facilitator of Wonderscape Retreats (nature-based creative arts retreats for artists of all disciplines). Tricia loves to see people explore their gifts and her own work has been published in literary journals, magazines and her blog, experimentingaswegrow.wordpress.com.