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Mon, 17 Oct



SW4CA Workshop #21 Songs That Changed That World

Join the SW4CA group as we break down some iconic 'songs that changed the world' and discuss what it takes to make an impactful song.

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SW4CA Workshop #21 Songs That Changed That World
SW4CA Workshop #21 Songs That Changed That World

Time & Location

17 Oct 2022, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm


About the event

This event is proudly part of the Auckland Climate Festival 2022 running from 1 - 31 October.

Join Holding Space and musicians from the Songwriters 4 Climate Action Project as we listen to, break down and discuss "songs that have changed the world". This will be an opportunity to share material we are working on and future plans for SW4CA.

To RSVP please email: - we will email the zoom link closer to event date.

Songwriters 4 Climate Action  (SW4CA) is a Project intended to bring together community-based performers through a series of workshops and activities; to help support and inspire them to develop songs, artwork and start conversations that highlight the challenges and hopes for climate action. Our aim is to work towards live performances and record songs / creative content (to a professional standard) that we can share on multiple platforms to help spread awareness and positivity around low carbon climate action. This Project has expanded to promote the collaboration and response of artists to the work of Kaitianga, Practitioners and other experts active in the Climate Field. Through this process we hope to support dialogue and connection between many communities and learn a thing or two along the way.


Holding Space Aotearoa Charitable Trust is an Arts Organisation with a focus on community projects and audience engagement; events, open mics and workshops. We create opportunities & content for creatives and worthy causes in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland NZ.

Parts of the SW4CA project are supported by Waitematā Local Board, Waitematā Low Carbon Network, Puketāpapa Local Board, Puketāpapa Low Carbon Network, Albert/Eden Local Board and Grey Lynn 2030.

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