|PRIZM's arts ed project seeking support|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 10 August 2012 09:35|
The area arts group PRIZM Creative Community is vying for funding for its Careers in Creativity from GOODmaker.
The Community Art Projects funding of $5,000 will be awarded to the entity that shows the most community support by attracting the highest number of votes.
Votes can be cast at: http://goodart.maker.good.is/projects/CareersInCreativity
Balloting began Thursday and will continue through Aug. 23 at 3 p.m. As of this morning 134 ideas had been submitted to the online site, and PRIZM's was raked 51st.
The inaugural career day was held in November, and featured six workshops by professionals in creative industries. High school students and lifelong learners each selected three workshops to attend and also shared a meal , viewed technology demonstrations and networked.
This year PRIZM is asking area businesses and individuals to become involved in providing sponsorships and transportation scholarships for area schools to bring students to the event. PRIZM is also hoping to establish a database of potential internships available with area businesses.
The GOODmaker funds would be used to create, print and distribute promotional materials; sustain a promotional campaign; venue rental and services; food; and supplies.
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