COVID-19 Heroes Campaign Art Contest
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation is hosting an art contest and invites you to submit your entry for consideration.
The selected artist will receive a commission to capture in a painted art piece pharmacists’ and pharmacy teams’ engagement within various COVID-19 response activities across the health care system and within communities. The final piece will be framed and installed at the APhA Headquarters Building, home of America’s pharmacists, on the national mall in Washington, DC.
"Contributions of the Pharmacy Team During COVID-19"
Depictions of the theme could extend to individuals such as survivors or victims, front line workers and volunteers, including pharmacists, student pharmacists, technicians and others. It can also extend to such entities as vaccine manufacturers, distributors, logistics organizations, government agencies, and the various types of practices pharmacists provide care within including community pharmacies, health systems, long-term care, and others.
The APhA Foundation art contest is open to anyone at least 18 years old and living in the United States. Limit of one entry per applicant.
Your entry must be original in concept, design, and execution, not have been previously published, produced, or sold, and not violate any U.S. copyright laws. You may only submit your own artwork that you, personally created. Any entry that has been copied from an existing photo or image (including a painting, graphic, or advertisement) that was created by someone other than you is a violation of the contest rules and will not be accepted.
Thank you to each contest applicant. We share examples of concepts submitted below:
Top Row (left to right): Everlasting Compassion (Lisa Hicks), Legendary (Niki Srinivasa), Alona, Our Pharmacist Superhero (Littleton S Irby)
Bottom Row (left to right): Holding Strong (Andrew Young), Pharmacy in COVID-19 (Obi-Tabot Tabe), Pharm Assist Against COVID-19 (Nora Lim)
The COVID-19 Heroes Campaign art contest and painting commission is made possible by sponsorship support from Dr. Cynthia J. Boyle and Dr. Raymond C. Love. We express our sincere thanks to Cynthia and Ray for their generous contribution to the campaign and support of the APhA Foundation.