and arts empowerment educator
from Oakland, CA
A member of female:pressure electronic music network, King has performed throughout New York City and in Germany, England, Austria, France, Italy, Czech Republic, and was a recipient of the Converse Rubber Tracks studio series fellowship in Berlin. Her one-woman show, Can I Get a Smile?, was funded by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and toured throughout the Northeastern USA and with Sydnie L. Mosley Dances.
King is currently a Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Political Power Fellow and hosts "Culture of Consent with King: C.O.C.K. Podcast” and her next EP will be out in late 2018.
King is an arts education consultant with a specialization in communication strategies and content development for foundations, universities, non-profits, and corporations. She creates innovative educational programming with a focus on culturally responsive education, women's empowerment, and youth advocacy to build professional development seminars, facilitate progressive organizational dialogue, and transform company culture to promote more equitable professional spaces.
Past clients and collaborators include:
Brooklyn Academy of Music Education & Humanities Department
NYC Department of Education NYC MEN TEACH initiative
Open Society Foundations Communications Team
Learning Through an Expanded Arts Program (LEAP)
Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (she also moonlights as their Jews of Color dance party DJ)
If you are interested in hiring her to teach, facilitate, or perform, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org