Anyone can learn the basic craft of songwriting.
But then, we have to quiet that voice that tells us “I’m not good enough.”
At Imagination Camp students are not only taught the elements of songwriting, they are shown strategies that help address negative self-talk that flames fear and self-doubt.
Ms Mo is a good teacher but perhaps her greatest gift in helping people to believe in themselves. Her teaching philosophy levels the playing field because she knows that everyone has a creative offering to share with the world. There is no other person that can write, draw, sing, dance your unique truth, but you.
Register your young person today, and let them enjoy this new imaginative space that unprecedented recent historical events prompted her to create.
“…It wouldn’t have to be fancy words. It wouldn’t have to be a fancy tune. The fancier it is the worse it is. The plainer it is the easier it is, and the easier it is, the better it is—and the words don’t even have to be spelt right…” Woody Guthrie
WHAT YOU GET
Ages 10 – 14 Only 8 campers (the first camp is limited to 6 campers)
$67 for 6 plus hours of undivided attention
songwriting, mindfulness, Kahoot quizzes and more
breakout rooms for smaller group collaborations
Downloadable PDFs supplementing live camp instruction.
Downloadable MP3s supplementing the live camp instruction.
Videos supplementing live camp instruction.
Free access all summer to the online course that accompanies the camp. (New content to be added every week – will be a separate paid course by end of summer)
Interactive Thursday evening campfire song and story session family and friends welcome!
First camp begins June 8th – 11th!
“I can’t even begin to tell you how highly I recommend this to you. Mo is a talented artist, a wonderful musician and an absolute joy of a person. An online Imagination Camp. What a fantastic idea! You can thank me later” David Lindsay
“Mo’s whimsical wonder has led to a depth of personal commitment, not only as a creator, but as a communicator. Any project that Mo begins leaves me excited about the invitation of what will arrive at the end.” Sara Hickman, State Musician of Texas