This project is powered by the following sponsors that have dedicated their time and resources to make this vision come to fruition.

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The Sao Foundation is an organisation that recognises the challenges faced by youths in Africa. The Foundation’s focus is to empower youth to become self- sufficient by providing financial support to access quality education, funding and the provision of world class healthcare and health services to support the development of young and inspiring artists.
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Referencing the 54 countries that constitute the African continent, 1-54 is the leading international art fair dedicated to contemporary African art, holding annual editions in London, New York, and Marrakech.  It was created to improve the representation of contemporary African art in worldwide exhibitions, and today stands as the foremost art fair dedicated to contemporary African art in the primary art market.
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Maxa Camp create experiences and spaces that nurture deep human connection, inspiration and joy through collective wellness activations and spaces designed to cultivate community. Founded by a group of young Mexicans who are guided by the spirit of the blue deer, Maxa’s mission is to create a place where, through artistry and music, souls and the magic of nature can connect and vibrate as one.
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