Girls Rock Louisville works hard to foster a space for participants to come together and build community based on shared experiences and sharing experiences. We ask that workshops promote our mission to empower our participants through music education and activities that foster leadership skills, creativity, critical thinking, social justice and collaboration. Are you interested in leading a workshop at camp?
We’re looking for workshops that fit within the 4 distinct themes we’ve created for our campers to experience:
Feminism 101Examples of workshops could include media literacy, representations in media, diversity and gender, intersectionality, history of women in music, etc.
Experiments in Music & SoundExamples of workshops could include home recording, pedals, musical maps, improvisation, making your own instruments or contact microphones, DJing, Digital Music Making, etc.
Self Care at Rock CampExamples of workshops could include self defense, yoga, establishing healthy boundaries / consent, what to do when relationships hurt, etc.
Music MakersExamples of workshops could include songwriting, stage presence, making harmonies, touring / booking shows, managing band dynamics, band art, etc.
NOTES*Please feel free to collaborate on workshops and proposals!*Each workshop group will have approximately 20 campers. For some helpful tips on age based learning styles, click http://bit.ly/1weTWns*Workshops are mostly 1 hour*Be sure your workshops have lots of interactive components -- this is summer camp, not study hall!*We hope to provide our presenters with the A/V equipment they need (computers, projectors, etc).Rock on!
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