If you're a fan of the Buffalo Bills and you love creating art, you're going to love this new competition where you could meet one of the Bills by winning.

What does activism in sports mean to you?  Do you think you can translate that into a piece of art?  They're calling it the "Activism in Sports Student Art Competition" in partnership with Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss.

The competition is open to students who have a public Instagram account.   In a nutshell, what you'll have to do is create a video, a digital piece of art, or a written expression about what activism in sports means to you and black history, then post it to Instagram.  Simple as that - you don't have to go anywhere or present anything.  Just put the art together and post it to your timeline on Instagram and you could win!

They do ask that the videos be limited to 60 seconds and that the written expression be limited to 100 words.  When you post, be sure to use the hashtag #mossmodeBHM and tag @buyblackbuffalony and @pal_buffalo.

First, second, and third prizes will all be chosen by the Albright Knox Art Gallery.  Prizes will include an Albright Knox Family Membership, Bills memorabilia, and the first prize winner will get a 10 minute zoom meeting with Zack Moss.

Zack Moss' season was ended in the playoff game against Indianapolis on Wild Card Weekend this season when he injured his ankle in the fourth quarter of that game.  He underwent surgery in January to repair the damage.  Bills fans are hoping to get him back in top shape as the Bills will have to do something to revive a run game that struggled this year.

 

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