Music Relief Foundation has developed a 360°, interactive gallery exhibition, that will bring together the best of music, art, augmented, and virtual reality. They are seeking submissions for the exhibition, which will take place on Saturday 11th July @ 1pm. The event will be streamed worldwide on YouTube, to promote unity and solidarity with the global community. The deadline for submissions is Saturday 4th July.
They are accepting entries from young people (aged 11-25) in the form of poems, spoken word, as well as photos of sculptures, graffiti work, drawings and paintings. The shortlisted pieces will be exhibited in their virtual gallery. The themes are 'Positivity and Mental Health', highly relevant given the current global situation surrounding COVID-19.
Magdalene Adenaike, CEO of Music Relief, says of the event “As a youth-centric charity, we are always looking at ways to ensure that young people have a platform to express themselves through their art. I am excited about this event, an opportunity for a young person's creativity to be displayed to the world.”
For those interested in submitting to the exhibition, please email your piece to firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief explanation of the art and how it fits into the theme.
Tickets for the event are priced from £5-10, with all proceeds going toward the charity. To purchase, please click here.
Music Relief Foundation is a charitable youth organisation working with young people aged 11-25 to empower and inspire through the medium of music and the arts. For more information please click here.
Submitted by email@example.com on June 29, 2020