"If today does not go right, there is tomorrow, then the day after that.
So, tomorrow, again"
Tomorrow, again is a 37 piece collection of stories revolving around the theme of time.
The Artist’s Promise is an initiative fueled by the collaboration of local artists, writers, and photographers as we speak for our times today, to support those at the frontlines and communities greatly affected by the crisis.
Curated by the Fund the Forest and distributed by Where To Next, The Artist’s Promise gives you collections of art, words, and photos that work towards the future— a future that can look back at a past that never gave up.
We pick up our pens, our brushes, our cameras, and make this promise: that together we can, and together we will. This is the artist’s promise.
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Tomorrow, again, an e-book by Fund the Forest and their partner writers, artists, and photographers to raise funds and awareness in support of the sacrifices made by brave heroes in facing the Covid 19 crisis.
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