Mad Proppa Deadly will take a mobile music studio, Mob Studio, on the road to deliver music workshops for Aboriginal people from Wauchope to promote recovery and resilience, rebuilding community vibe and spirit.
Across three days they will lead five sessions of music writing, production and recording workshops in the community in collaboration with Bunyah Local Aboriginal Land Council.
They will produce a song by Aboriginal young people that will reinforce the love and sense of connection. The workshops will be followed by a community barbecue.
ReVibe will allow the Aboriginal community of Wauchope to come together as a cohesive community for a positive activity after a challenging time.
This grant was funded through the North Coast PHN Program and the Australian Government’s ‘Supporting Communities in Bushfire Recovery’ initiative.