Inspired By Elle is proud to announce that we have entered the 2017 Aviva Community Fund for 'AniRapture', which is an art exhibition we plan to host in the near future.
The concept is basically art meet technology to demonstrate the impact of man on the planet and endangered animals. This art exhibition will be multi-sensory and include art paintings, dance, theatre, music and even food to make an experience which will be enchanting.
We plan to bring the endangered animal species to life using 3D holograms, which will provide the technology aspect. However, at the core of the exhibition is the need to understand that each one of us has a part to play in the protection of the ecosystem and the animal species, with whom we share this planet.
Clearly, this exhibition requires funding for it to happen, and we need your help and support to make it happen. We are entered in the Aviva Community Fund and are hoping to win the funding of up to £25,000, so please vote to ensure this exhibition happens.
You can vote by using the link below, and simply have to register who you are and then you will hopefully assign your ten votes to AniRapture:
Thank you for supporting this project!!!
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