Voice NFT, the residency program, is back. The program will support female creators from underrepresented and marginalized communities. It aims to bring equality and a change in the nft and gender equity.
Voice is giving its second NFT residency for artists from underrepresented and marginalized communities, in March. It also had the best curators like Ayanfe Olarinde, Shan Vincent, and Autumn Breon.
For the upcoming NFT residency season, Voice wants to create a space for women to drop NFT collections in the NFT marketplace to share their stories. The voice residency program will attract women and creators of color.
“Women from underrepresented and marginalized communities need to be able to participate in programs like the NFT residency”. “Everyone in the space needs to be aware, educate themselves, and continue to have,” says fish. Voice residency is giving back and ensuring they are amplifying those voices.
Residents are given a month to make their pieces and voices will drop throughout the summer. They can create nfts under the themes of equity, justice, identity, future proof, and well-being. Each sale within the first 30 days of a drop receives a sales bonus. The residency helps to focus on being creative.