*** Registration Deadline: Sunday, October 22 at 10:00 PM (ET).
Songwriters in People's Music Network strive to write songs that wake people up, challenge the status quo, and reach people’s hearts and minds. We don't believe it takes larger-than-life talent to create powerful songs. Rather, the craft of songwriting involves skill, practice, hard work, and the willingness to listen to how our words and music land with others.
Through our monthly “If I Had a Song” workshops, PMN is building a loving and supportive creative community that provides songwriters with the honest listening we need. Participants present a song-in-progress to like-minded songwriters, and then receive constructive feedback. We’d love to have you join us.
LYRIC SHARING: On the day of the workshop, all confirmed registrants will receive an email containing the Zoom Link plus a link to a google drive folder. Confirmed registrants will receive a separate notification via google drive, which gives you the ability to make written comments on other people's lyrics-in-progress. This can be done before, during, or after the session.
Requirements for Participation:
There is no wait list for the session. Every registrant who meets the following requirements will be confirmed to present a song in progress for peer critique:
Eligibility to Participate:
Participants in this workshop must:
* If you are not a PMN member, you may join here: https://www.peoplesmusic.org/join-PMN
Joanie Calem is a musician, singer/songwriter, storyteller, disability awareness activist, community-builder, cross-cultural worker and teacher. She has been teaching music and performing since 1983. Joanie uses music to break down stereotypes, build community and foster connection.
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FACILITATORS EXPLAIN THIS PROCESS
Watch our 3 minute video explaining how members of the People's Music Network are building a community of peers who are writing songs for social change:
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