Cardboard Collective is open to young people aged 16-25 who are interested in making art. Whether you are a musician, beats maker, vocalist, or just want to try something new – this programme is for you.
You will have a chance to develop skills, gain a qualification, have fun, and socialise in a supportive environment, whilst learning how to make steps into the creative industries.
The Cardboard Collective cohort will work towards creating and developing original songs that they will perform over the summer in 2024.
Across this 12-week term the Collective artists will work towards creating their own songs, developing lyrics, vocal techniques, and exploring how to become solo, duet and group artists.
Sessions run weekly on Wednesday’s , 6pm – 9pm at Cardboard Citizens HQ.
Spaces are limited, so sign up now to book your space. The group closes to new sign ups on 31st January.
For more information about Cardboard Collective please email email@example.com or Call/Text/WhatsApp on 07549 792 148.
About Cardboard Collective lead artist Wolfie
Wolfie singer/songwriter fusing R&B and Soul influences together with vulnerable dark embellishments, weaving into clever lyricism and Wolfie’s unique tone.
Having garnered support from the likes of Pharrell Williams, Trevor Nelson, Charlie Sloth – to name a few; whilst also supporting The Internet on their UK sold-out tour alongside enigmatic performances in profound London venues and the UK’s Radio 1’s Big Weekend.
She’s been featured on The Fader, Noisey, Pigeons & Planes, Pop Justice amongst many others giving us further insight to her approach sonically whilst also showing us real depth to her character which is deeply infused with mystery, consciousness, and a rooted attachment to her rich Romani gypsy heritage.