Enter the Frames of Mind Migraine Art Contest

Frames-of-MindThe American Migraine Foundation and Allergan are collaborating on an exciting new campaign that gives people with Migraine an outlet for their creativity that will be used to raise awareness about Migraine disease.

Frames of Mind is an interactive campaign to promote awareness of the impact that Migraine can have on patients' everyday lives. People living with this often debilitating condition are encouraged to submit original artwork depicting how the symptoms of migraine personally affect them.

Dr. David Dodick, Chairman of the American Migraine Foundation said,

"We are excited to collaborate with Allergan on this eye-opening campaign that we hope will unify the migraine community. While the symptoms of Migraine can occur in a myriad of unique ways, we hope to underscore the common needs of this community and empower patients to better manage their condition, advocate for access to care and appropriate treatment options, and inspire funding for research into the causes and better treatments for Migraine."

People living with Migraine are encouraged to create art submissions that visually depict how the various symptoms of Migraine affect them — both physically and emotionally. Digital, high resolution versions of the original works of art should then be submitted via email to FramesOfMind@toniclc.com, noting the artist's name, location, and contact information.

Select submissions chosen by notable migraine experts will be displayed at the 59th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Headache Society from June 8 – June 11, 2017 at the Westin Boston Waterfront in Boston and other Migraine-related events throughout the remainder of 2017. Additionally, art submissions will be displayed on the My Chronic Migraine Facebook Page.

David Nicholson, Chief R&D Officer at Allergan, commented:

"Allergan is dedicated to supporting the millions of Americans living with the debilitating effects of Migraine and educating the public about this condition in order to encourage proper diagnosis and treatment. In addition to our focus on advancing research and treatment options, we are committed to offering education and support that will make a true difference in the lives of this patient community."

The timing of this campaign is perfect since the works of art will begin being displayed during Migraine and Headache Awareness Month.

Where does your artistic talent lie? Painting, sketching, sculpting, photography? Whatever talent you have, now's the time to use it to help promote Migraine awareness. Get your submissions in now to FramesOfMind@toniclc.com.


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