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Call For Art: Pink and Pearl
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville (ABC) and Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) have partnered once more to employ artists in the creation of original works of art for the Tennessee Pink and Pearl Campaign.
The Pink and Pearl Campaign brings awareness to both breast and lung cancer in an effort to encourage women to get their recommended cancer screenings. All Tennessee-based artists are invited to submit portfolios, especially artists with a personal connection to these health issues.
From those submissions, a select group of artists will be invited to create proposals for art that explore themes of empowerment, self-care, prevention, awareness, and education regarding breast and lung cancer. Artists selected to submit proposals will be awarded a stipend upon completion. One artist’s work will be selected and used in the statewide advocacy and awareness Pink and Pearl Campaign. The selected artist will be awarded an additional stipend upon the completion of the final artwork.
Artists are invited to attend an online information session on April 27 to learn more about this call for art. Representatives from ABC and TDH will be on hand to answer questions and provide guidance.
Apply by: May 9, 2021
How to apply: Submit an application through Submittable
About the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville
The Arts & Business Council (ABC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that leverages and unites the unique resources of the arts and business communities to create a thriving, sustainable creative culture in Nashville and beyond. To deliver its mission, ABC offers four core programs: Volunteer Lawyers & Professionals for the Arts, Education for the Creative Community, Arts Board Matching, and Fiscal Sponsorship. More information is available at www.ABCNashville.org.
About the Tennessee Department of Health
The mission of the Tennessee Department of Health is to protect, promote and improve the health and prosperity of people in Tennessee. Learn more about TDH services and programs at www.tn.gov/health.
About the Pink & Pearl Campaign
Pink is easily recognized and related to breast cancer awareness, which is the leading new cancer in women in Tennessee. This campaign adds a new color, pearl, which represents lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer death in Tennessee. The Pink and Pearl Campaign brings awareness to both breast and lung cancer in an effort to encourage Tennesseans to get their recommended cancer screenings.
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