Submit a creative work, become a member, start a chapter, partner on a project… Whatever you want to do, take action today and be part of a community promoting social awareness through creative mediums.
As a member, you can be an artist who creates pieces to contribute to galleries/exhibitions or a writer/columnist writing blog posts/articles ranging from informational works to personal anecdotes. You can be an editor for blog articles, a graphic designer/illustrator for our online platforms or help come up with potential projects and initiatives and/or work on fundraising or web development!
Apply here if you are interested.
You also don’t have to be a member to support us! You can support by attending our events and/or submitting one of your works to our open creative work submission form!
UPCOMING PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES
DISPARITY: MINDING THE GAP
Spring 2024 Exhibition at the Weston AIC
The Zora Foundation will be holding our opening reception for our social justice art exhibition at the Weston AIC venue in Spring 2024 dedicated to highlighting economic inequalities and advocating for intersectional approaches towards change on the socioeconomic issues.
More info coming soon!
In the meantime, please check out our past projects and stay on the lookout for our next exhibit! Thank you all in advance for your continued support!
2024 MAGAZINE PUBLICATION
Spring 2024 Magazine Publication
The Zora Foundation will officially publish our Spring 2024 Disparity: Minding the Gap literary art magazine focused on addressing intersectional economic inequalities in April 2024.
More info coming soon!
In the meantime, please check out our past projects and stay on the lookout for our next exhibit!
Thank you all in advance for your continued support!
PAST PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES
Fall 2022 - Spring 2023
In the 2022-23 school year, The Zora Foundation will focus our efforts on projects and initiatives dedicated to raising awareness around discriminatory issues in the effort to combat our country’s inherent bigotry and to honor the works towards positive change.
We believe that social justice advocacy through creative mediums helps fight prejudice by highlighting different perspectives and experiences through artistic means. Our hopes are that our initiatives this year will not only inform our communities about a range of social discriminatory issues but also help construct a more holistic and positive narrative around the importance of community awareness as well as the humanity of those combating discriminatory challenges.