We are happy to announce the winning logo for Community Pride designed by local artist Sean Bailey! Thank you to everyone who submitted wonderful art, and congrats to Sean for designing the winning logo!
Submit to ONYX – our zine where we’ll be showcasing what pride means to us and how we celebrate pride for ourselves, each other, and our legacy.
The main theme is QTIPOC pride. You can interpret this in any way you want, but here are some questions to help inspire your work:
- What does pride mean to you?
- Does pride equal freedom? If so, what does that freedom look like?
- What gives you pride in being LGBTQIA+ and POC?
- How do you take pride in yourself?
- How does the legacy of QTIPOC activism affect you today?
WHAT YOU CAN SUBMIT:
- Visual: drawings, paintings, digital designs, renderings, photos, collages, prints, comics
- Written: poems, essays, articles, memoirs, recipes, rituals, spells, lyrics, life hacks, tutorials, advice, slogans
- 1-2 original art submissions
- Size: 8.5 x 5.5 in (half a regular page)
- File formats: word docs, pdf’s, images (jpeg, png, etc.)
- Printing info: black & white at 300dpi
- Submission deadline: May 15th
To submit, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your submission(s), name, pronouns, and a short 1-2 sentence bio. If you’re also interested in selling your art at the zine release or the Community Pride Festival, let us know in your email ❤
Columbus Community Pride 2018: Back to Our Roots will take place from June 1st–16th, 2018.
With celebratory and educational events ranging from dance parties and documentary showings to invited speakers and art shows, Columbus Community Pride will highlight the vibrant lives of queer, trans, and intersex people of color (QTIPOC) and communities at other intersections of oppression. Community Pride will culminate in the Columbus Community Pride Festival, which will include performance and visual artists, arts & crafts, a community resource fair, and more. We are raising money so that every Community Pride event, including the Festival, will be FREE to attend.
We are committed to bringing Pride back to its radical roots, highlighting movement leaders such as Marsha P. Johnson, QTIPOC history, and the legacy of protest instead of bending to corporate and state interests. Our Pride will not be for police and will be free from the capitalistic influence of corporate sponsorships. Rather, it will be a grassroots effort in support of the seeds of Pride: a community-based coalition which furthers the safety and liberty of the most marginalized in our communities. Pride started as a riot. Let’s uproot the weeds of white supremacy, corporate interest, and collaboration with state-sanctioned violence and return Pride to its original radical legacy. In order to grow the promise of liberation for QTIPOC in Central Ohio and beyond, we must create space outside of white, cis, ableist corporate Prides. It all starts at the roots.
To stay up-to-date on Community Pride, join our mailing list here.
NOTE: The deadline for logo submissions has been extended to April 15th! We encourage all to send in logos ❤ We especially encourage QTIPOC to send in designs!
Help design Columbus Community Pride! We are inviting community members to submit logo designs for our upcoming Columbus Community Pride. Anyone can submit and the artist whose design is chosen will be paid $150!
What Community Pride is about
We are committed to bringing Pride back to its radical roots, highlighting movement leaders such as Marsha P. Johnson, QTIPOC history, and the legacy of protest instead of bending to corporate and state interests. Our Pride will not be for police or corporate organizations. Rather, it will be a grassroots effort in support of the seeds of Pride: a community-based coalition which furthers the safety and liberty of the most marginalized in our communities. Pride started as a riot. Let’s uproot the weeds of corporate interest, white, cis-centric, and ableist events, as well as cooperation with state-sanctioned violence in order to grow the promise of liberation for QTIPOC in Central Ohio and beyond. It all starts at the roots.
All entries must:
- Be a black and white drawing (something that can easily be screen printed with one color)
- Include the name “Community Pride”
- Reflect the spirit of what Community Pride is about
Guidelines for submitting
- Send your submissions to email@example.com with the subject line “logo submission”
- Include your name, pronouns, and a two-sentence bio with the submission.
- You may submit multiple entries.
- Any file format is okay (jpeg, png, etc.) but if your entry is chosen we will work with you to create a high-resolution version.
- All submissions are due by 11:59pm April 15th
The winning logo design will appear on the Community Pride website and Facebook, as well as banners, posters, t-shirts, and other memorabilia before and during the Community Pride Festival. All submissions will appear together on this page and at the Community Pride Festival.