A NATIONAL COMPETITION FOR CREATIVE IDEAS THAT USE HIP-HOP CULTURE AND THE ARTS TO ADVANCE SOCIAL JUSTICE
The creative community has been the heart and soul of social justice movements throughout history. Creatives have brought the struggle for justice and change to life through the arts, and we are proud to honor and carry on their legacy.
A3C Festival & Conference and the Center for Civic Innovation are proud to bring back A3C Action, a national competition that identifies and invests in initiatives that use art, music, and hip-hop culture as a vehicle to advance social justice and civic engagement in communities.
A3C Action chooses 5 finalists to join us in Atlanta in October for the inaugural A3C Action Summit at the A3C Festival & Conference.
Travel to Atlanta for the A3C Festival & Conference
Receive business development training & pitch bootcamp
Pitch their idea to celebrity judges & national audience
Compete for more than $10,000 in cash and in-kind contributions
Applicants must be a US Citizen, 18 years or older *No purchase or donations necessary to enter.
Team lead must be able to travel to Atlanta from October 4-8, 2017 to present idea at the A3C Festival & Conference
Teams moving to the semi-finalist round will be provided with a stipend of $250 if traveling from out of state, and hotel accommodations in Atlanta.
Prizes are non-transferable, non-refundable.
Team Lead listed in application will be the main point of contact for this promotion. Team Lead’s failure to communicate with A3C Action according to the guidelines and schedules provided will result in disqualification.
Team Leads may only submit one idea OR be listed on one idea.
Anyone working directly for a sponsoring company or organization are ineligible to apply.
Ideas must be tasteful. A3C Action will not accept or promote ideas that discriminate or otherwise promote intolerance on the grounds of religion, gender, race or sexual orientation.
A3C Action does not discriminate based on age, color, sexuality, gender expression, religion (creed), national origin, disability, veteran status or former incarceration status.