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October 2021
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Be creative (with glioma images) and submit your artwork for the IBTA virtual exhibition

The International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) is launching a call for submissions to its 2021 virtual exhibition of creative works from the global brain tumor community.

The ‘Brilliance’ exhibition will be launched for viewing on the IBTA website (www.theibta.org) in conjunction with this year’s International Brain Tumour Awareness Week, running from Saturday, October 30 to Saturday, November 6, 2021. It is anticipated that the virtual exhibition will remain available for viewing online indefinitely.

Submission deadline: October 20, 2021, 12:00 midnight (UK time)
Art: Any piece of artistic creativity (e.g. painting, sculpture, drawing, piece of jewelry, craftwork, ceramics, …). 
Form of submission: A photo of the creative work

More information can be found here

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