Gun violence and mass shootings in our schools must end. Young people want to be worried about their schoolwork, their friends, and their changing futures. What they don’t want is to be worried that those futures will be prematurely taken away by gun violence. In partnership with Adobe Project 1324, Amplifier hosted an open call for art created by emerging young artists in solidarity with the March For Our Lives movement, where hundreds of thousands of students took to the streets demanding that their lives and safety at schools become a national priority.
Three student artworks were selected from the open call out of hundreds of submissions through public voting, Project 1324 and the Amplifier team to be showcased, printed and distributed alongside renowned artists such as Shepard Fairey, Kate DeCicco, Micah Bazant, Laci Jordan and more.