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ARTISTS WANTED to Help End Human Trafficking in Indiana
Purchased, a 501(c)3 certified non-profit organization, located in Indianapolis is seeking up to 30 artists to participate in its first ever Art Show/Fundraiser. Purchased’s mission is to educate, equip, and empower communities to end human trafficking in Indiana. Their hope is to host an art exhibit featuring the works of local artists and have community members participate in a silent auction in order to 1) help Purchased reach more people and fight unawareness and injustice of human trafficking and 2) support the art of their talented fellow community members. We invite artists from all over, working in all mediums. There is no particular theme for this show, but keep in mind the issue of human trafficking and the mission of Purchased. Artwork with bold colors, imagery, and energy is encouraged. Artists are welcome to donate already created pieces (as long as they fit the topic) or create new ones. Purchased is very willing to split the proceeds!
Deadline for the submission of the piece/s (pick up available): April 29, 2016
Date of the fundraiser: Friday, May 6, 2016
If you have any question, please contact Jana Selig at email@example.com or call (616) 980-6870
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