Shop any of these die-for pieces from A+T designers and 100% of the proceeds fund our BIPOC Seed Grant.
About the grant:
"They tried to bury us, but they didn't know we were seeds." - Mexican Proverb
Historically, in the United States, people who visibly present as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color have been disadvantaged and marginalized. As a long term result, BIPOC people have encountered more roadblocks and less access to resources than their white or white-presenting counterparts. The Adornment and Theory Artist Seed Grant seeks to address this gap.
Over the last several years, Adornment and Theory has developed and implemented an annual Seed Grant with the intention of offering visibly BIPOC jewelers and artists a no-strings-attached grant that they can utilize to elevate their craft and/or businesses as they see fit.
In 2023, Adornment and Theory is hoping to offer seven $1000 grants to visibly BIPOC artists. In order to reach this goal we need YOU, our community, to help.
All of the pieces on this page have been donated by the artist and 100% of proceeds will go directly to the Seed Grant.
Interested in donating more? We have set up a GoFundMe to collect alternative donations from our community.