Sign up for workshops with Dazed 100ers Joy Crookes, Beabadoobee, Danika Magdalena and DebaConverse
Four of the most exciting next-generation creatives from the 2020 Dazed 100 come together for four days of online workshops, talks, mentoring, and community-building in August 2020. Musicians Beabadoobee and Joy Crookes, photographer Danika Magdalena (aka Sirius Film), and model Deba will bring knowledge, insight and inspiring guest speakers from the worlds of music, fashion, art and photography. Register below for your free tickets.
MONDAY 10 AUGUST
Foot In: With Joy Crookes + Friends
DJ, Broadcaster & A&R Lil C in conversation with south-London musician Joy Crookes, make-up artist Mata Marielle and Sony fashion & partnerships Pedro Powell as they offer advice and guidance for young people of colour wanting to get their foot in the door of the creative industries.
4PM UK TIME
TUESDAY 11 AUGUST
Bea's Church of Rock 'n' Roll
Creative songwriting class with Beabadoobee: learn how to write and finish a song from scratch, where to find inspiration, create custom guitar tunings and how to deal with writer's block.
WEDNESDAY 12 AUGUST
Girls Don't Cry Presents: Staying Safe & Sane
gal-dem Features Editor Kemi Alemoru in conversation with photographer Danika Magdelena, aka Sirius Film, and Rosa Kim, founder of Aware Online, will discuss mental health, personal growth and reflections on how they’ve changed since the pandemic.
4PM UK TIME
THURSDAY 13 AUGUST
Jukebox Collective Dance Class
A playful class that'll get everyone feeling uplifted, led by Liara Barussi (Founder and Artistic Director of Jukebox Collective). The workshop will draw from different dance styles from afro-dance to voguing. Liara will encourage participants to explore how movement can be used as a way of demanding space and feeling empowered.
12PM UK TIME
Use Your Voice: Activism in the Digital Age
Dominic Cadogan, Dazed Beauty’s assistant editor in conversation with model Deba, artist Syd Falls, musician Djenaba and stylist Payzee Malika to speak about how they use their platforms to advocate for positive change, using the internet to mobilise against injustices and creating authentic online communities to help diversify the landscapes they work within.
4PM UK TIME