It Gets Better Art Contest
The It Gets Better Project, Atlantic Records, and multiple Grammy-winning superstar Kelly Clarkson are joining forces to support LGBTQ+ youth with the release of Clarkson's with studio album, "Meaning of Life."
Beginning Thursday, November 14th through Tuesday, December 5th, fans of Clarkson and supporters of the It Gets Better Project are invited to create artwork showcasing their “meaning of life.”
The winning submission will be chosen by Clarkson herself and will appear as a digital postcard available to send from the It Gets Better Project website. A limited print run of the postcard will be available in packs of 10 along with a personal signed note from Clarkson to the first 250 people to donate $50 or more to It Gets Better Project.
Open to submissions from the United States, Canada and Mexico. Please see the rules below for complete information.
While the “meaning of life” may represent many different things to many people, in sticking with the It Gets Better Project’s goal to deliver positive messaging to LGBTQ+ youth, submissions should aim to inspire and spread a message of hope and positivity, a message that resonated with the singer.
1/8/2018 05:01:08 pm
Since I saw her win on American Idol, I have been following the career of Kelly Clarkson. She is just a kind and genuine person and you can really tell how charming she is from her interviews. She is also a really, really good singer and she is one of my inspirations. She is actually the reason why I chose to audition at my school's singing contest. She has always talked about how people should conquer their fears and not waste any opportunity that they have.
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Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.
Burlington Public Schools