Starts on 31st January – Fridays 4:30 – 6:30 and runs every Friday in Term time with the last session on the 3 April. These sessions will kick off with a Rap and Lyric writing workshop hosted by an artist called Kemastry – He is a local Oxford rapper who is part of the Voodoo Collective and has seen recognition after being signed to Blah Records & High Focus record. The workshop aims to provide skills in lyric writing and also in performance technique.
Ark T – MAP (Music Against Prejudice)
Open day taster session is on 18th Feb – 1pm-4pm – A day of activities and workshops provided by our music practitioners.
This will include an introduction to the work we do and the facilities provided at Ark-T including
In-Spire sounds Production and beat making, Rap and Lyric writing workshop with Kemastry, more TBC.
WAVE Signing Choir
Wednesdays 4:30 till 6:00 – running through the year in term times. The Choir provides participants and opportunity to learn Makaton Singing and singing, accessible to disabled young people, their friends family and carers.
Leadership sessions: Two Mondays a month – 4pm-5:30pm
13th & 27th January
3rd & 17th February
Help curate music events, get involved with other creative opportunities, help make the local music industry learn about accessibility to music by creating a resource and more. Last year the group was the associate programmer, booking acts, for Supernormal Festival, as well as helped curate part of the Pitt River’s Late night Diversity in November.
Want to learn some new skills in 2020? Aged 16-25? Interested in using your voice for social change?
My Normal are running Saturday sessions for LGBTQIA+ young people and allies to curate an exhibition that will give visibility and voice to the members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
For more info contact
The My Normal Music Project is funded by Youth Music