World AIDS Day Art Contest - A.R.T. Beats HIV
In honor of WORLD AIDS DAY, we want to hear from you!
This year the Tarrant County HIV Community wants you to showcase your art to tell us how A.R.T. beats HIV in Tarrant County (TC). Beginning 9/23/22, Tarrant County community members 18 and older are invited to compete in an art competition. The theme of this competition is A.R.T. Beats HIV. The artwork must display how you feel antiretroviral therapy (ART) beats HIV.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, there will be fabulous prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners and one overall community fan favorite grand prize winner. Art submissions will be accepted from now until November 11th!
Don’t forget to complete the entry form for registration into the contest. Winners will be announced during a special World Aids Day celebration on 12/2/2022, at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
After the entry form is completed, all art can be submitted virtually at [email protected] or physically dropped off at 2300 Circle Drive, Suite 2306, Fort Worth TX 76119, (larger digital art can be submitted via Dropbox. Please email [email protected] for more information).
Make sure to Like and Follow TARRANT COUNTY HIV AA on Facebook and Instagram for more exciting details and check back here for weekly updates.
A special thank you to CAN Community Health, Gilead Science and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for making this event possible.
Meet our Partners
Presenting the Tarrant County HIV Community Partners:
- CAN Community Health
- Chris Howell Foundation
- Gilead Sciences
- HIT HIV
- One Safe Place
- Tarrant County HIV Administrative Agency
- Texas Black Women’s Health Initiative
- Texas Christian University
- University of Texas At Arlington
- ViiV Healthcare
For more information on how you can become a partner email: [email protected]
Following forms of content will NOT be accepted as an entry:
A. Profane, obscene, violent, threatening, pornographic, or sexual content/language
B. Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination of any legally protected classes, including race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity, gender expression, genetic characteristics or information, military, and veteran’s status
C. Sexual harassment content
D. Solicitations of commerce or advertisements including promotions, giveaways, or endorsements
E. Promotion or endorsement of political issues, groups, or individuals
F. Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity
G. Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems
H. Content intended to defame any person, group, or organization
I. Content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party, such as trademark or copyright infringement
J. Posting, making, or publishing of false, inaccurate, vicious, or malicious statements
K. Disclosure of confidential, sensitive, or proprietary information