Musically Me Unlimited is an arts-based empowerment program for youth designed to build community and foster resilience.
This July, we are offering a FREE summer program centering the experiences of Black teen girls (13yo+) with an interest in: music, performing, songwriting, poetry, and/or singing, regardless of experience level.
Space is limited * apply today:
Summer 2022 Details (10 sessions):
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday weekly
Paul Lawrence Dunbar Lancaster Kiest Library
2008 East Kiest Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75216
Saturday, July 30th
Students are guided through experiential activities such as music making, songwriting, spoken word, discussions, and performance, learning how to use music as a tool for self-expression, self-care, and community building.
Blending the arts with social-emotional learning, students:
- Create songs
Participate in drum circles and musical jams
Receive mentorship on approaches to writing (songs, poems/creative writing set to music)
Explore music-based mindfulness and other forms of self-care through music
- Receive coaching on performance technique
- Engage in discussions
Musically Me Unlimited culminates with a final performance to showcase works created during the program.
The structure of the program lends itself to an increase in coping skills and tools to be resilient, providing a safe space for self-expression, and opportunities for increased self- esteem, self-care, creative expression, and problem solving through musical and socio-emotional exploration.
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King Creative Arts Expressions is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Musically Me Unlimited must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
MMU Summer 2022 is funded in part by the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture & supported by King Creative Arts Expressions.
MMU was founded in 2020 by musical artist and board certified music therapist Kamica King while in the Music To Life Activist Artist Accelerator.
About the Founder: As seen on NBC, ABC, Fox, & TEDx, Kamica King has been featured as a vocalist, clinician and speaker around the nation. With performances that include The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, the U.S. Open, and abroad in South Africa, Kamica is an official musical artist of the City of Dallas and Texas State Touring rosters. She earned her MA in Music/Music Therapy from TWU, music therapy degree equivalency from SMU and studied music, psychology, and broadcast communications at Western Connecticut State University where she obtained her Bachelor's degree. Kamica also serves as a U.S. Department of State Cultural Ambassador sharing her expertise in music, performance, and social/arts entrepreneurship with musicians, youth and community advocates in Zambia.
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