The Happy People Experiment (THPE) supports emerging BIPOC artists, musicians, and filmmakers through our metaverse-enabled arts festival, student arts program, and studio residency grant.
THPE utilizes Web 3.0 to create lasting real-world impact through innovative artist collaborations, NFT collections, exhibitions and memberships.
THPE harnesses the power of decentralized cultural commerce to scale arts education, and recirculate the creative dollar in the most creative and accessible manner possible.
a Web 3.0 community that aims to support BIPOC artists, musicians and filmmakers and create lasting, real-world impact through innovative artist collaborations, NFT collections, exhibitions and membership. We think your readers would be incredibly interested to learn about THPE given the platform’s focus on up-and-coming digital technology and entrepreneurship.
THPE believes that racial equity in arts education is an essential mission for Web 3.0 creatives. Collection and release revenues will go towards the creation of a metaverse enabled arts and culture festival, student arts program and studio residency grant focused on emerging BIPOC talent in visual art, music and film.
THPE will launch a Student Arts Program in the Summer of 2022 and a monthly artist residency program in Big Bear, CA in Summer of 2023.
The platform is backed by arthouse titans including actor and art collector Jesse Williams as co-founder, as well as art collector and creative director of United Talent Agency (UTA) Arthur Lewis and artist Ferrari Sheppard as board members.
THPE will feature seasonal releases, exhibitions and collaborations with world renowned artists who share the Web 3.0 mission to diversify the leadership apparatus of cultural institutions. THPE currently has membership tokens available on OpenSea which are linked to a variety of community benefits.