Ello Celebrates Diversity
2017-08-17 06:00:00.000000Z - 2017-08-30 06:00:00.000000Z
In the face of rising white nationalism and events in Charlottesville this past weekend, Ello wishes to recognize the holistic beauty of our diverse community.
In order to celebrate and support our talented community of creators, Ello is awarding two $500 artist grants to persons of color and/or from the LGBTQ+ community. We want to support artists from all different backgrounds and believe that we are stronger with your voices included.
How to Enter
Click the SUBMIT button above. In a single post share 1-3 pieces of art as well as a short statement about yourself. Please include 1-2 sentences clearly communicating why you believe you're a qualified candidate for this opportunity.
Two artists will receive $500 artist grants.
Works will be shared across Ello social channels and on the Ello editorial homepage.
Submissions will be reviewed by Ello’s curatorial team and announced on the Artist Invite. We're excited to see your work.
*Ello trusts its community to respect the artist of color/LGBTQ+ identification requirement. We’re not interested in policing this. Be respectful. Thank you.
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