Buy the WIG by Fannie Sosa




Includes the complete digital version of the Guide.


Budget I 🌐 $ 10 USD

● I frequently stress about my basic* needs and don’t always achieve them;
● I have debt and it sometimes prohibits attainment of my basic* needs;
● I rent lower-end rooms or have unstable living situations;
● I am unemployed or have a low wage job or qualify for State assistance;
● I don’t have regular access to health care;
● I have no access to savings;
● I have no or very limited expendable** income.



Budget II 🌐 $ 17.50 USD

● I may stress about meeting my basic* needs but still often achieve them;
● I may have some debt but it does not prohibit attainment of my basic* needs;
● I am employed;
● I have access to health care;
● I might have access to financial savings;
● I have some expendable** income;
● I am able to buy some new items or secondhand;
● I sometimes can afford a holiday.


Budget III 🌐 $ 35 USD

● I am comfortably able to meet all of my basic* needs;
●I may have some debt but it does not prohibit attainment of my basic* needs;
● I own my home or am able to rent an apartment in most places in town;
● I am employed or do not need to work to meet my needs;
● I have regular access to health care;
● I might have access to financial savings;
● I have an expendable** income;
● I can choose whether or not to buy new items;
● I afford holidays or take time off.


Institutional Budget 🌐 $ 75 USD

● Receive the full White Institutions Guide consultation training.


Since 2016, the White Institution’s Guide For Welcoming Artists of Color* And Their Audiences has been used by over two hundred (200) cultural institutions around the world to better their equity practices.

This Guide addresses the supportive roles the white institution needs to continuously develop when welcoming Black and artists of color. There needs to be a genuine will to keep acknowledging our complicated realities, to let go of a universal framework based on vague notions of diversity, and to provide tools for a targeted approach relying on inquiry, analysis, criticality and reparation.

In the context of it’s restauration, reflecting on my own experience and embodiment as an artists since the first publication, I decided to protect my work and legacy by setting up a sliding scale for acquiring the full version of the Guide. If you are interested in having a consultation with me, please message

Thank you for supporting my work. <3

Text by Fannie Sosa.

Visual by Tabita Rezaire and Fannie Sosa.

Restauration made possible with the support of Galerie Galerie.


A special thank you to Navild Acosta, Brenda Fassie, Desiré Marea, Isaac Kariuki, Fela Gucci, Angel-Ho, Jodi Brand, Dylema, Bogosi Sekhukhuni, E. Jane, Elizabeth Mputu, boychild and Janaya Khan.


*BASIC NEEDS include food, housing, transport.

**EXPENDABLE INCOME means you might be able to buy coffee or tea at a cafe, go to the movies or a concert, etc.

Sliding scale adapted by the Transmission Festival from the Green Bottle Guide of Alexis J. Cunningfolk.