Meet our second Digital Resident – Tobi Adebajo

Following on from our first Digital Resident, Patrick Samuel, who joined us for May, we are excited to introduce the second artist in the programme, Tobi Adebajo.

Digital Residencies is a new programme of artist-led residencies, taking place on Drake Music’s digital platforms. The residency is an open space which each artist can shape in a way that suits them.

Tobi’s residency will take place from the 14th – 20th June.

We are excited to see what the week brings and to engage with the ideas Tobi will be  exploring and sharing. Keep your eyes peeled for posts, questions and videos all next week.

Introducing Tobi Adebajo

Tobi stands onstage in front of a shiny curtain. Their hair is a short platinum afro and they are singing into a mic.

Tobi Adebajo is an Anti-Disciplinary artist who navigates various creative / communal spheres.Tobi’s creative pieces primarily focus on communing with ‘the Other’ via Movement, Sound, Visual & Written formats.

Their works centre the depths & nuances of a variety of themes such as: Dis/Ability,  Black Sexuality, Healing, Queer Love, & Yoruba traditions.

Find Tobi online – @tobiadebajo on Twitter and Instagram.


Digital Residencies is part of Drake Music’s covid-secure artistic programming and is supported by the Arts Council England Culture Recovery Fund. It is a self-directed online residency for Disabled artists.

It is an opportunity to play, think, ask questions, be inspired, experiment and take risks. This opportunity is specifically for Disabled people from marginalised and under-represented groups. Even within disability arts there is not enough diversity.

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