Marginalized Communal Art Grants

Marginalized Communal Art Grants

London-based concept retail label APOC Store introduces the new ‘APOC Grants’ to support upcoming new talents in the world of design and art. The retail space rests on the foundation of creating a platform for marginalized artists and designers that are contributing to the new generation’s art scene.

These grants support the mission of bringing hope to help those who need it the most. APOC Store releases a statement, “The fashion and art industry tends to favor those with financial advantage and the social connections required to network […] it is also harder to break through for communities excluded from mainstream social, economic, educational, and/or cultural life. Examples of marginalized populations include, but are not limited to, groups excluded due to race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, language, and/or immigration status.”

Image Credit: APOC Store


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