Neurodivergent artist and musician Patrick Samuel has made some outlandish videos to date. From dancing geishas to cemetery goths, but his latest one was his most ambitious so far. As part of his digital residency this month, he shares a behind-the-scenes look at how it came together.
After almost 20 years of dabbling with other people’s music and remixing his favourite songs, in late 2018 Patrick Samuel, a neurodiverse musician, artist and public speaker, was inspired to try something new.
Significant cuts are proposed to creative subject funding in Higher Education which will have a disproportionate impact on Disabled people.
Neurodiverse artist and musician Patrick Samuel reflects on how music has helped shape who he is today and offers some insights into how it helps him cope with his autism and ADHD.
Meet the first artist taking over our online spaces for our Digital Residencies.
Find out ore about the final project of Sonia Allori’s DM Residency and hear a new electro-acoustic composition for Electronic Wind Instrument, exploring themes of nature, observing and hearing loss.
New webinar content announced for music educators, covering inclusive communication, music tech in the classroom and the inclusion journey
Find out more about the new reduced rate membership for Disabled musicians with the Musicians’ Union.
Oliver shares his learning from and experience at the recent Sound Connections conference on diversity in the music education workforce.
Insights and thoughts from Remi on privilege, inclusion and intersectionality in music education.