Collaborative Songwriting Meet Up

Saturday, May 20, 2023 - 10:15am

Join us at Makehaven for a songwriting meetup & workshop in which we will will work to connect & collaborate with other 
songwriters. We will meet locally.However at certain points we will be connecting with other songwriters online to discuss
concepts.
 
To aid in the building of individual Song-craft "Toolboxes", which are most often the most common sets of skills which writers
 draw from when stuck due to loss of inspiration, lack of confidence as to which direction to take your song, writer's block,
 or simply even ways for YOU to begin.
 
 
We will:
-Meet on the morning of Saturday May 20th at 10:15AM. 
-Introduce ourselves to one another.
-Participate jointly in an online workshop
-Discuss what was covered in workshop
-Discuss future Songwriting Meetup Ideas/Thoughts/Concerns
 
 
For this Meetup, it is recommended that you bring with you:
Writing Utensils
Writing Pad/paper
Laptop (not required, but will allow you to engage more directly during the online portion)
 
We also recommend that in advance, you 
     A)Install Zoom
     B)Create a Zoom Login/member account (if you do not already have one)
     C)Create a Meetup Login/member account(if you do not already have one)
 

Instructor
Pronouns: 
he/him
Real name: 
Jordon Rambert
Location: 

1st Floor Room

This educational room has seating and tables suitable for instruction away from the noise of the main workshop. It is located on the first floor of 770 Chapel Street. Guests should ring the MakeHaven doorbell, then proceed down the long hallway. When you get the main MakeHaven staircase by the double elevators, rather than go downstairs, proceed through the double glass doors, take a right down the hallway and you will see a room with a big robot sticker on the door.

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Accessibility

Our facilities undergo periodic reviews to maximize ADA compliance. We offer accessible bathrooms, elevators, and wide walkways. In tool usage, we aim for universal access and work individually to adapt tools for safe usage as necessary. If you anticipate needing an adaptation to participate in this event or have further questions, please contact us at events@makehaven.org.