SHE SINGS APPLICATION FORM
SHE SINGS aims to give young women in Paisley and Renfrewshire a space to express their creative identity, share ideas, develop their songwriting skills and to be empowered in a supportive environment that nurtures talent. This project has a wider aim of challenging the gender gap in the music industry, as well as creating a sustainable collective of women who support each other through music.
Throughout the workshops, participants will be asked to take part in group discussions and participate in short creative exercises as well as writing songs to a brief, developing performance skills and offering feedback to other members.There may also be social opportunities to attend gigs together. The workshops will be informal and relaxed however we want to make the most of our time so there will be one to one feedback sessions with the workshop facilitator, deadlines and a supportive environment to encourage productivity.
To bring the workshops to an end, there will be a performance opportunity for songwriters to showcase their new material to an audience in Paisley.
- You Identify as Female (we are inclusive of non binary people)
- You’re aged between 16 & 25
- You have an interest in or experience of song writing and want to develop these skills further
Workshops will take place at Paisley Arts Centre on Wednesday evenings (18:30 - 20:30) on the following dates:
♀ Wednesday 25/Sep
♀ Wednesday 02/Oct
♀ Wednesday 09/Oct
♀ Wednesday 16/Oct
♀ Wednesday 23/Oct
♀ Wednesday 30/Oct
♀ Wednesday 06/Nov
♀ Wednesday 13/Nov
Date of Birth
We want all participants to be able to travel safely to and from the workshops without being out of pocket! Do you require any travel assistance?
She Sings is dedicated to being fully inclusive. Do you require any additional support while attending the workshops? We’ll do everything we can to make sure your experience is as positive and enjoyable as possible.
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