Our mission to reduce the barriers to entry for creating opportunities for the creative sector has never felt so important. In 2023 we promise to do our part in building the creative world we wish to see tomorrow.
Zealous Amplify: Mental Health and Wellbeing 1st Place Winner Adri São Bento is a Portuguese deaf interdisciplinary artist working with a variety of media including video, performance and sculpture. Adri describes their work as coming from their “experience as a crip and queer person and resorts to empathy-building strategies and interactive experiences to contribute to a more inclusive and healthier environment. It reflects on the structures shaping the contemporary world to raise awareness about the impossibility to be totally inside the norm”.
With the closing of the first iteration of Zealous Amplify, which touched upon Mental Health and Wellbeing, we are so happy to announce the winners!
You're a creative, you have a vision for a great piece of art, but you can't do it alone. You need funding for space, equipment, you need time. Where do you turn for this? How do you apply? And how can you be successful?
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Zealous Stories: Photography 2022 winner Mouneb Taim is a photojournalist who has covered life under siege in Douma, Eastern Ghouta, Idlib and the countryside of Aleppo. His powerful images depict the horrors of the destruction throughout the regions of Syria.