Anindilyakwa woman, singer-songwriter Emily Wurramara and Irish woman, singer-songwriter Áine Tyrrell join forces in conversations on decolonising songwriting.
These two powerful women, with shared colonial histories, have taken their passion for healing through music and collaborated on stages across the world to sing in defiance of the silencing of women’s truths. Their individual songs speak to the hard truths of their ancestral pasts and also to the beauty and hope of the future.
Join these women in a workshop where they explain the creative processes which helps them unveil hidden conversations whilst building strength through hope. Through the sharing of their own songs Pretty, Pretty (Emily Wurramara) and We Call You Now (Áine Tyrrell) they will encourage participants to explore how to say the things that are hard for women to discuss , in particular, women healing from Colonisation.
The workshop aims to give each participant the tools and support to write something that needs to be expressed about being a woman in a world suffering from the effect of colonisation.
This workshop is open to everyone. BSL and captioning are available upon request. If you require either, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request by 5pm on 22nd February after booking your ticket for the workshop. We will do our best to accommodate any requests emailed after 22nd February, subject to availability. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com before booking.
This workshop will take place on Zoom. You will be sent joining details before the event. You’ll be part of a small group of up to 35 led by Emily and Áine - so make sure to book early to secure a place!
Brought to you by WOW Australia.
This event is part of WOW UK Festival 2021, a very special digital programme, featuring groundbreaking In Conversations and interactive workshops. Over three weeks we’ll explore everything from mental health to sex in lockdown, radical childcare to being everything from a grandmother to an artist in a pandemic (or both!). Find out about The WOW Foundation and its work year-round to fight gender inequality here.
For this year’s festival, we are offering audiences the chance to pay what they can for tickets from £1 upwards. If you’re able to pay a higher ticket price, your contribution will include a donation to help WOW continue its work fighting for gender equality all year-round
pay what you can for tickets from £1