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Queer artists of color wanted

Sprocket Mural Works & GLO collaborating on mural

Posted 3/12/20

GLO is working with Sprocket Mural Works to create a mural inside of GLO’s facility that reflects GLO's mission, vision, values and the experiences of those who access the center. 

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Queer artists of color wanted

Sprocket Mural Works & GLO collaborating on mural

Posted

GLO is working with Sprocket Mural Works to create a mural inside of GLO’s facility that reflects GLO's mission, vision, values and the experiences of those who access the center. 

The group’s mission statement says: GLO’s mission is to maintain a space in which men who have sex with men and trans women of color have access to the support and resources necessary to create holistically healthy lives, relationships and communities by offering HIV and STI education, testing, prevention, and linkage to care...”

Sprocket Mural Works seeks an artist who is reflective of GLO’s priority population and would love to support a queer artist of color through this project. The artist will be paid for their work, including travel and lodging for an out of the region artist.

Call for artists: sprocketmuralworks.com/glo

Read about GLO in a column by Amanda Arbour, executive director, LGBT Center of Central PA.