Illustrators, graphic designers, photographers, artists and writers receive calls for applications
NEW YORK, NY, USA, November 5, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – BLACC (Building Legacy Artistry Culture Community) launches art and poetry competitions, its publicist announced today. People are welcome to submit an original poem or book cover design. Two grand prize winners will receive $ 500.00 each and the publication giveaway. Their poems and works of art will be featured in a book slated for release in spring 2022.
Ten honorable mentions winners will receive BLACC clothing including beanies (knit ski caps), tracksuits and t-shirts. The winners will be selected by the judges of the company.
BLACC’s art and poetry competitions start on November 6, 2021 and run until February 19, 2022. Illustrators, graphic designers, photographers, artists and writers of all ages are encouraged to visit its Facebook fan page. https://bit.ly/3BNGltd. The page will provide contest updates and instructions for submitting original pieces of poetry or art. Entrance is free.
Contest organizers say all winners will be featured on company websites, social media pages, on the radio, and in newspaper and TV press releases. The winners will be announced on Saturday. February 26, 2022.
When asked why BLACC chose the platform for its launch, CEO Demetra Adams Davis said, âThe Poetry and Art Competition is a fun way to bring attention to serious culture and community perspectives. It also provides an opportunity for all people of color to showcase their Talent. “
âAs BLACC continues to expand, the framework needed to support these artists is also increasing. BLACC uplifts those looking for a powerful platform to showcase their art. We ask people to raise them too. They can do it by supporting this effort. “said Fran Briggs, BLACC Publicist.
BLACC wanted to have an impact that would counteract the negative atmosphere of today. We have identified five main areas of attraction and need for people, and in particular for people of color: construction, heritage, art, culture and community. To raise awareness and gain recognition for art, BLACC encourages young people and adults to have a positive impact on their heritage, culture and community by using their creative gifts. BLACC is a subsidiary of Gordavi, LLC, and was founded by Demetra Adams-Davis. For more information call (689) 244-7001, like and follow BLACC on facebook at https://bit.ly/3BNGltd, or send an email to Fran Briggs, BLACC Publicist. [email protected]