In this one hour workshop, we will also explore the themes about climate change and the environment encapsulated in Centrala’s current art exhibition: ‘Allterations. Messages to the future beings’.
Ensure that you book a place, in order to receive the zoom link! [See below].
Musical instruments welcome, but not necessary.
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Joe Cook a.k.a Cookie is a musician, spoken word artist, workshop facilitator and event organiser from Birmingham. Joe’s main projects consist of reggae punk outfit Lobster and a folk band called Ire-Ish.
Originally starting out as a lyricist for bands he was drumming for, he then moved into spoken word poetry. Joe facilitates poetry, rap, song writing, music and drumming workshops working in various colleges, schools, university, youth & community centre and pupil referral units as well as teaching drums weekly at a local youth centre.
Joe has worked as Youth Engagement Officer for City of Colours, delivered workshops for organisations such as Beatfreeks, Birmingham Royal Conservatoire, THSH, Birmingham University, GAP Arts and Round Midnight, and is a coordinator for the Sutton Arts Forum.