An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity
— Martin Luther King, Jr.


We are passionate about arts, for this simple reason: cognitive development in kids, who comprise our future.

There is enough research on music and cognitive development, improving numeracy and literacy, not to mention arts in general teaching confidence, teamwork, and other life-long skills that are important in the “real” world.

This helps develop rounded, confident human beings. It also drives innovation and economic development. In economic terms, the arts produce massive positive externalities—and so are typically under-served in society.

We redress this with the skills we have: we help increase the efficient use of limited resources in the arts sector.