Congratulations to Ichabod Crane High School Art Teacher, Gayle Abrams, for creating one of the pieces of winning artwork for Amplifier Art’s #Vaccinated campaign. Amplifier is a nonprofit design lab that uses art and media to amplify current causes and #Vaccinated is their grassroots global COVID-19 vaccine awareness campaign.
Ms. Abrams and other artists responded to Amplifier’s Global Open Call for Art to “create symbols that build trust in the safety and efficacy of vaccines, advocate for vaccine equity, and help combat vaccine disinformation.”
Titled Reconnect, Ms. Abrams had this to say to Amplifier about themes of her piece: “Looking forward to a time after we are all vaccinated when we can reconnect with our loved ones. The vaccine is the key to bringing us all together again.”
You can download Ms. Abrams’ artwork and see some of the other winning artwork on the #Vaccinated campaign homepage here.