International Women's Day
2019 Counter Trafficking
Training and Awareness Summit
Call for Artists
Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will. A market-driven criminal industry, human trafficking is based on the principles of supply and demand. Men, women, children, families, and communities represent the victims of modern day slavery.>
This Call for Artists invites visual artists and photographers to reflect on the personal including themes related to embracing our shared humanity such as:
- masculinity and femininity
- dark and light
- power and justice
- despair and hope
Sale: All art will be available for a sale and promoted as such with 60% of proceeds going to artist and 40% going to the 501(c)3 nonprofit Community Coalition for Human Trafficking.
Grant: One artist will be selected to receive the "Crumpton Art Grant” of $500. This artist's creation will be incorporated into the CCAHT and JU website and will highlighted during the exhibition and the Summit. In addition, the grant recipient will be featured in the Johnson University magazine describing their art and accomplishments sent to over 50,000 recipients worldwide.
Press Release: Press release announcements will be sent out for the opening of the group exhibit and for the summit.
Event Listings & Calendars: The group exhibit will also be promoted in numerous online event listings. These event lists not only ensure a timely promotion of the exhibit, they also provide ongoing social media marketing.
Social Media Marketing: The exhibition, artists, and their artworks will be marketed through Johnson University and Community Coalition Against Human Trafficking social marketing networks via LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter, GooglePlus, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, and YouTube.
We look forward to seeing your artwork!
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