Fleurs de Prairie, a rosé made by a family-owned winery in the south of France, has just announced the launch of the second iteration of its Seeds of Beauty campaign, a seed grant and mentorship program designed to “fuel creative spirits and encourage passionate artisans who create beauty in their communities through art, design, food, writing and beyond.”
Applicants can submit their work here between now and August 31, 2020 for consideration; three finalists will be chosen and given a $5,000 grant each to help fund their independent creative endeavors. The three winners will also receive access to Fleurs de Prairie’s #FleurishTogether Mentorship Program, backed by brand ambassadors Grace Atwood (The Stripe and Bad on Paper podcast), Hayet Rida (HayetRida.com and The Rida Collective), and Kate Arends (Wit & Delight).
Named for the fields of wildflowers synonymous with the Provence region, both the brand and the campaign seek to support creatives whose work and philosophies align with their own. This is an especially valuable opportunity for members of the beverage industry, one that’s taken hit after hit in the COVID-19 era, to take their creative side hustles to the next level as a means of getting through these especially tough times, whether mentally, financially, or otherwise.
Knowledge of wine is not required, though perhaps a rosé reference or two could help your application stand out. Pour yourself a glass, pull up the application, and get to it – we’ll be rooting for you.
For more details on the Fleur de Prarie and to apply for the “Seeds of Beauty” mentorship program, please visit www.fleursdeprairie.com/seeds-of-beauty
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