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Baha’i Blog exists to inspire people to get involved in the transformation of society that Baha’is are looking to effect in the world. We believe that arts and media have key roles to play in this field, and welcome others working to the same purposeful ends for their creative passions!
Every creative field (and every occupation) has scope to engage in purposeful work that relates to the vision of Baha’u’llah and his teachings. Here at Baha’i Blog we’re excited to use the arts and media to “… draw receptive souls to a deeper appreciation of the Teachings and their profound implications for the individual and society, especially in a manner that will complement the work of the Cause in community building, social action, and involvement in the discourses of society.”
We’re developing this ‘creator hub’ both as a place to develop and share resources for other creators in the field, and also as a place for interested people to learn how to get involved with Baha’i Blog itself.
What is a creator?
We use this term as a catch-all to refer to artists, social media creators, writers, videographers, musicians, animators, and all the many other fields of creative endeavours.
How can I get started?
If you’re a creator with an existing skillset and practice, you’re welcome to get in touch with us to discuss contributing to Baha’i Blog as well as joining our ‘Creator Network’ (on Slack).
You can also browse our standing creator briefs for types of content we’re always on the lookout for. You’ll also find the editorial values we operate to are a helpful read. Or you can review our remuneration rates for work here on Baha’i Blog.
If you’re just starting out your practice, a great place to start is our Creator Resources page. It offers introductory tips for video, photography and writing. If you see a way for us to improve the resources page, please do let us know!
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