Artivism: ‘Create to Advocate’ Youth Art Contest

Artivism: ‘Create to Advocate’ Youth Art Contest

Got artistic kids in the house? The National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health has launched a new art gallery on their website and they’re hosting the “Artivism: Create to Advocate Youth Art Contest” this month.


Details from their site:

Create: Make a drawing, painting, graphic art, photography, poetry, music, or short video – under 1 minute.

Share: Submit your creation by email to kengelbracht@ffcmh.org by May 31st. Be sure to include your name, city, state, and age in your email and post your creation on social media platforms with the hashtags #MH4Youth, #BeThe1To and #EveryDayInMay.

Youth Art Contest and SummitShine: Creations will be displayed on our national mental health art gallery page and some will be selected to show during the Mental Health 4 YOUth – Virtual Youth Fest on May 21st. www.Bit.ly/mylifeyouthfest

Win: Youth judges will select 10 submissions to receive 5 – $50 and 5 – $25 gift cards.

TikTok Contest: Two $50 prizes will be awarded – one for the video with the most views and another for the video with the most impactful message. Published videos must tag #MH4Youth to be considered.

We encourage you to be creative, inspired, and authentic with your creations.

Please keep in mind that we will not be able to display anything offensive or that may be harmful to others.


For more information visit the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health.

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