Souls Grown Deep Foundation and Community Partnership


Client since: 2014

Souls Grown Deep advocates the inclusion of Black artists from the South in the canon of American art history, and fosters economic empowerment, racial and social justice, and educational advancement in the communities that gave rise to these artists.

Souls Grown Deep Foundation stewards the largest and foremost collection of works by Black artists from the Southern United States, encompassing some 1,000 works by more than 160 artists, two-thirds of whom are women. The Foundation advances its mission through collection transfers, exhibitions, education, public programs, and publications.

Souls Grown Deep Community Partnership pursues racial, social, and economic justice by grant-making, values-aligned investments, underwriting projects, advocacy, and forging collaborations with a variety of like-minded civic organizations, businesses, and nonprofits.

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Barron's Covers Souls Grown Deep's Impact Investment in Black-Owned, Sustainable Fashion Brand Paskho


Artnet Op-ed by Souls Grown Deep President Max Anderson Addresses Inequality in Resale Royalties