Call For Artists to Submit Work for Frames of Mind Campaign by Allergan

In an effort to encourage people with migraine to share their experiences through art, Allergan announces its Frames of Mind campaign. This interactive project invites artists to share their work to visually represent the impact that migraine can have on patients’ everyday lives.

Artists can submit digital, high resolution versions of the original works of art via email to [email protected], noting the artist’s name, location, and contact information. Deadline for submission is May 26, 2017.

Select “migraine masterpieces” will be presented in a special exhibit at migraine-focused events and meetings, along with educational information about migraine symptoms, triggers and coping techniques.

To read the full press release, click here.

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