King Britt’s SPACES Cycle 1 residency receives a cover story from JUMP Magazine.
“It’s not just about the freshly built new studio, the weekly Internet radio program or even the album. It’s about access to ideas, equipment, knowledge and even power, all of which add up to confidence and leads to potential for careers.
“Exposing them to new sounds opens them up to new possibilities,” says King.
In an area plagued by crime and void of employment opportunities, without access to decent food, a proper education system or acceptable recreational facilities, the SPACES program fits The Village’s overall mission of inspiring people to be agents of positive change through the arts.”