By Teen Health Source
SNAP wants voices that #shatterstigma
Planned Parenthood Toronto’s Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) invites newcomer youth 13-29 of all backgrounds and lived experiences to contribute art to our newest publication.
Your work will be included in a 3-part zine series:
Submissions can come in any form that can be presented on a piece of paper: photography, poetry, art pieces, etc.
The deadline to submit is July 23. All submissions can be sent to: email@example.com.
On August 18th. SNAP is launching these zines with YOUR creations at a party. Artists of selected submissions may be offered the chance to perform their piece at our launch party in Toronto.
SNAP thanks all artists in advance for their submissions. Due to limited space, we cannot guarantee all submissions will be included.
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