Let’s face it. The pandemic shined a light on the inequality that exists within the arts and culture sectors, not to mention the challenges that creatives of color are up against. Enter GANGGANG, a cultural startup focused on putting the institutional power of the creative economy back into the hands of the ones who created it. We do this by positioning artists and culturalists to better contribute and benefit from the creative economy, making our cities more beautiful, equitable, and vibrant along the way.
Culture Equity Beauty
GANGGANG activates the creative economy to bring more beauty, equity, and culture to cities. We believe that culture brings humanity together, and that art challenges mindsets. We see a future where creativity elevates our experiences and interactions as human beings, where the value of a visionary idea matches its worth. There is no ceiling when it comes to the impact of creatives working together, and we intend to push the barriers until there are none. Come dream with us.
Much of our work happens within the context of individual, widely varying projects. From massive urban murals to creative consulting for national brands, each new opportunity, internally sparked or via external collaboration, works to provide sustainable equity in the creative economy. We’re always open to collaboration.
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Amiah Mims is an ever-growing designer and painter. Residing in Indianapolis, the 28-year-old is a 2015 graduate of Kent State University where she majored in Visual Communication Design and minored in Photo Illustration. She is also a retired KSU collegiate level gymnast and MAC Champion.