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April 29, 2010

Call: Nominations for Freedom To Create Prize

ftc.jpg Freedom To Create is calling for nominations for the Freedom To Create Prize, open online from May 1 to August 15, 2010. The Freedom to Create Prize celebrates the power of art to promote social justice, build the foundations for an open society and inspire the human spirit. The Prize is open to anyone worldwide, encompasses all forms of art in any creative field and may be for a single piece of work or a body of work. Artists may nominate themselves or be nominated by a third party. First-place prizes of $25,000 will be awarded in three categories: Main (over 18); Youth (under 18); and Imprisoned Artist. Last year's Main Prize winner was filmmaker Mohsen Makhma, spokesman for the Iranian Green Movement. Works from the 2009 Freedom to Create Prize are currently being exhibited at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare. (Thanks, Craig Zelizer.) [LINK] Posted by Linda Frye Burnham

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