Submit to MasterMind Today -- There's No Time to Lose!
Psst. Artists. Filmmakers. Choreographers, music-makers, creative types of all sorts. Are you listening? Good, because we have important news -- the kind of news that could earn you some sweet cash.
For weeks, we've been telling you about the MasterMind awards. And for weeks, you've probably been telling yourself, "Sure, I'll apply -- right after I [insert excuse here]."
But this week, there's no time for excuses. The deadline to apply for one of our three MasterMind awards -- each worth $1,000 and recognition as one of Miami's greatest creative minds -- is Friday. That's five short days away. So procrastinate no longer and get to applying. Here's how.
In years past, the MasterMind awards have helped out some pretty
impressive folks. The Borscht Film Festival used its winnings to submit
its films to festivals like Cannes and Sundance, essentially introducing
Borscht to the international film community. Jorge Rubiera took our
cash and gave us (and the rest of the world) Birdwatchers in
return. And before Roofless Records became the recipient of a Knight
Foundation grant, we gave the label a boost with award monies of our
Just about any Miami-based, arts-minded person or organization can apply
for MasterMind award consideration: painters, sculptors, installation
artists, musicians, filmmakers, poets, performance artists and beyond.
But you can't sit around and wait for us to find you. To apply, send us
the following information:
To be considered, send us the below before January 20:
- Contact info: phone, email, and home address
- Short bio
- Description of your work
- Your Artwork
- via a link to a web site (preferred)
- emailed images
Email all of the above to
email@example.com by January 20. Finalists will be announced
February 10, and winners will be announced at our annual art soiree, Artopia. Good luck!
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