We’re stoked to partner with School of Doodle, an online school for teen girls that provides unique experiences in the arts, to give one lucky teen girl a chance to conduct an interview with Mitski, spend an evening listening to her sweet sounds in concert at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall, and publish an article about it all right here on She Shreds.

Never written an article or conducted an interview before? We got you. Before and after the interview takes place, the winner will work closely with the She Shreds editorial team to learn about formulating an angle, conducting an interview, and the editorial process from pitch to publish.

The Giveaway Includes:

  • 2 tickets to see Mitski live in Chicago at Lincoln Hall
    *must live in the Chicago area and be able to provide their own transportation to and from the concert (travel expenses are not covered)
  • An in-person interview prior to the show
  • Mentorship from She Shreds Magazine editors on the interview to publish process



  1. Follow @mitskileaks, @schoolofdoodle, @sheshredsmag
  2. Repost + tag a friend
  3. Tell us about the most inspiring woman you know
  4. Enter to win at below:


Contest ends Saturday, July 16th and winner will be announced on Sunday, July 17th at noon!

Note: This contest is for teen girls only. Not a teen girl? That’s cool too! If you have a sister, cousin, student, best friend that you want to enter for go for it! Just follow the rules and check the appropriate box in the submission below.

About Mitski:

Born in Japan, Mitski grew up surrounded by her father’s Smithsonian folk recordings and mother’s 1970s Japanese pop CDs in a family that moved frequently: she spent stints in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malaysia, China and Turkey among other countries before coming to New York to study composition at SUNY Purchase.” The indie singer-songwriter released her fourth full-length album, Puberty 2 on Dead Oceans on June 2, 2016 and is currently on tour in the United States.

About School of Doodle:

School of Doodle is a company that gives teen girls a space to create, connect, and kick-ass. School of Doodle is dedicated to providing resources and opportunities that turn passions into professions.

By building girls’ imaginations through the arts, we can change the way girls value themselves and teach them to Be Loud. Being Loud is demanding to be seen and heard. Being Loud is being colorful, curious, compassionate, creative, courageous and confident.  We believe that  through creativity we can close the Confidence Gap in teen girls and give them the tools to turn their creative potential into future success.

When girls are free to exercise their imaginations, they are free to rule the world!