Creative COVID-19 Communications

Creative COVID-19 Communications

MAPC’s Arts & Culture and Public Health teams are partnering with local artists and designers to produce creative, culturally resonant communications about COVID-19 and vaccinations.  

Through this project, we hope to work with artists, designers, and creatives to communicate about the pandemic with BIPOC and underserved communities through graphic design, film, illustration, and other creative products.  

MAPC’s Arts & Culture and Public Health teams are partnering with local artists and designers to produce creative, culturally resonant communications about COVID-19 and vaccinations.  

Through this project, we hope to work with artists, designers, and creatives to communicate about the pandemic with BIPOC and underserved communities through graphic design, film, illustration, and other creative products.  

Call for Artists: Notice of Grant Opportunity

MAPC is seeking artists, designers, and creatives to create works of art that can be used to promote the COVID-19 vaccine and other COVID-19 related public health messaging---with a focus on culturally resonant works that engage ethnic, cultural, and BIPOC communities.

Download the document below for full details on how to apply. Application deadline is Friday, February 26 at 5 p.m. EST

Key Dates

  • February 12: Call for Artists Virtual Information Session #1, 2 to 2:45 p.m. EST. Click here to register.
  • February 19: Call for Artists Virtual Information Session #2, 10 to 10:45 a.m. EST. Click here to register.
  • February 19: Deadline to submit questions at 5 p.m. EST. Send questions to artshealthcomms@mapc.org.
  • February 22: Responses to all questions received via email and during info sessions will be posted online by 5 p.m. EST.
  • February 26: Application deadline at 5 p.m. EST. All materials must be sent to artshealthcomms@mapc.org with applicants full name or team name in subject line of mail.
  • March 5: Awards announced by 5 p.m. EST.

Questions and Answers: February 12 and February 19 Information Sessions

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