Sharon Prince is a founding member of Grace Farms Foundation. The privately-owned foundation was established in the year 2009. Prince spearheaded the farm to a public space that blends art, nature and architecture all in one platform. Since the introduction of Sharon Prince Grace Farm, people across various sectors have been able to convene and activate initiatives of the Foundation.
Sharon Prince commissioned SANAA, a Pritzker Prize winning firm in the year 2010 that designed the River building. Sharon Prince has been fully in the participation of Prince in the Miles Crown Hall Americas prize, upon its opening in 2015.
Grace Farm Foundation hosts Lectures, Concerts and nature tours among other services. The farm has a building that meanders down the hill like a river and that’s how it attained its name the River.
Sharon Prince Grace farm building is designed for lighting, optimal acoustics, and the sustainability of environmental factors. Sharon Prince Grace Farm has state of the art facilities that include Lecture hall, classrooms a rehearsal space that houses individuals in the community without necessarily making profits out of the space.
Prince has unmatched efforts against the fight to disrupt slavery against women on both local and global scale. Sharon has received an award NOMI Abolitionist award after a published report in 2016 after she co-hosted the United Nations in a convening that was titled Fighting Human Trafficking and Conflict. Go To This Page for additional information.
Sharon Prince Grace Farm has an upcoming project to campaign towards the end of modern slavery that is up to date under the Freedom Needs Fighters program, which she is a board member.
Recently SharonPrince Grace Farm partnered with Georgia government in support of transforming the economy and to include a regulatory exemplary to support transparency chains of supply to the commercial sector. In addition, Sharon Prince spearheads social justice initiatives.
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