The Estus Smith Vineyard Healing Foundation, Inc., d/b/a, ARTriumph Historical Society for
The Artesian Renaissance (ARTriumph), is a 501(c)(3) micro-nonprofit that was founded in October 2002. Our purpose is fostering social healing in the USA for the 400-year period of national trauma beginning with the British colonial enslavement of African Americans and their Ascendants in 1619 and resulting policies of racial discrimination and societal prejudice (i.e., The Tribulation).
To fulfill our purpose, we operate as an experiential learning laboratory and serve as an asset-based,
community building vehicle.
We are located in Albany, Georgia, within “the ‘heart’ of the Black Belt” (Du Bois, 1903).
The mission of ARTriumph is helping the USA triumph over the impact of
the economic and social challenges experienced during The Tribulation.
The vision of ARTriumph is a world where The Tribulation inspires all people to honor humanity.
WHAT WE DO
ARTriumph strives to improve the quality of life for citizens and communities generationally impacted by The Tribulation through creating pathways for work in the humanities, education and art
MEET OUR TEAM
Dedicated. Motivated. Committed
DR. JASMINE WILLIAMS-WASHINGTON
Chair, Board of Directors
DR. VERONICA ADAMS-COOPER
Founder, President & CEO, Board Director
ROSEMARY O. SWAN
Secretary, Board Director
DR. ERICK BOYD
Treasurer, Board Director
Albany State University, Master of Public Administration Program, Lois B. Hollis Center for Social Equity