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Songwriting Workshop


Discover your inner voice! Learn how songs are written with Regina's award-winning singer/songwriter Ava Wild. Ava will also be available for a Question & Answer session.

Additional Information

This program is conducted through Zoom.

One hour prior to the program, we will send you an email with the Zoom meeting ID. Please ensure that you have Zoom installed on your device or computer. If you don’t have a library card, please visit  to register for one.

Presenter Biography:  What’s your kind of party? For Ava Wild, it’s a dancing around a tea pot with a room full hullabaloo. In a red shoe attitude and a honey sweet voice, she’s swingin’ with reckless perfection.  From the skies of Saskatchewan Ava Wild began to collect inspiration and translate her world through music. Dwelling primarily in the genres of soul-jazz and indie-pop, she draws influence from the likes of Tom Waits, St.Vincent, Sade and Big Audio Dynamite. Ava's got drinking songs without alcohol; fairytales wrapped in leather; and an admiration for humanity. 

​Thanks to her song “White Toothed Bastard”, Ava Wild has won the SOCAN Young Songwriter of the Year award, got sponsored by Primadonna Lingerie, Blundstone Shoes, and has toured festivals and venues across Canada.

Ava will talk about her songwriting process, from inspiration, song concept, message of song, lyrics, to musical composition.  Ava will also be available for a Q&A session.

*Registration required
15 spots available
Registration Closed


Jul 7 2020, 7:00pm


Online, Zoom 1

Event Type

Art and Creation


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