Make Some Space & Document your Culture: Music That Matters Series
Facilitator: Emma Warren & Matthew Shaw
Event time: Tue 18th May 2021 at 7:00pm - Tue 18th May 2021 at 8:30pm
Tune in for a Music that Matters episode with journalist, and radio presenter author Emma Warren. This event will be hosted by Hawkwood Curator Matthew Shaw.
This event will be delivered via Zoom.
Emma has been documenting music and culture for decades, in print and on radio. She brings people together to discuss culture making and collective activity.
Emma’s book Make Some Space told the story of an under-the-radar music venue in London called Total Refreshment Centre (TRC) which was housed in an Edwardian chocolate factory and which was in the ‘90s a Caribbean social club. TRC closed in-part in 2018 but remains open as a music studio & recording space.
Her latest publication is Document Your Culture, which is designed to help you tell the story of a space or a community. It is a companion piece to Make Some Space.
“Why? Because we’ll need to be able to explain why grassroots venues, basements, skateparks, co-ops and community centres matter so that we can contribute to how they’re reshaped or rebuilt post-Covid.”
Emma hosts a monthly radio show on Worldwide FM where she invites cultural instigators young and old to share thoughts and music from the community around them.
Music That Matters Series with Alicia Carey & Matthew Shaw
In Partnership with Sea Change
Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking has a growing national & international significance as a place offering high-quality, innovative creative opportunities for those in the arts & cultural sector. We place great value upon music and the arts, recognising that creativity sits at the bedrock of human culture. From Classical to folk, it is through the art of music that humanity can contribute to the beauty of our world.
Understanding and appreciating music from the performer’s perspective.
An introduction to some of the most beautiful pieces of music throughout history to give you an insight into the context, the creativity and the performance aspects of well-loved classics. Hosted by Alicia Carey, CEO of Hawkwood CFT.
We will be exploring the creativity, the communities and stories of a wide range of musical performers and projects. From music for healing and caring to equality and diversity to climate action and humanitarian issues. We will bring you live music and discussion, playbacks and in-depth conversation with the opportunity for you to get involved.
Sign up to the Zoom platform is free. You will need a laptop, computer, tablet, or smartphone connected to the internet.
How to Register
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Matthew Shaw is a composer, author and artist as well as current Programme Curator for Hawkwood.
Atmosphere of Mona, a book of prose poetry and photography was published by Annwyn House in 2020. Matthew has recently worked with Shirley Collins on her album Heart’s Ease for Domino Recordings. With Shaun Ryder and John Robb as Spectral & with Richard Norris composing the score to ‘The Filmmakers House’ a film by Marc Isaacs.
In 2019 Matthew worked with Mark Stewart and Gareth Sager on #BloodMoney as The Pop Group x Matthew Shaw, featuring a reworking of songs from the ‘Y’ album.Visit Tutor's Website
Sea Change Festival is curated and presented by the award-winning Drift Record Shop and is based in Totnes town across the August bank holiday weekend each and every year.
Sea Change is about music, art and conversation from every part of the spectrum.Visit Tutor's Website