A contest for the best name of the installation to support the charity, which fights with homophobic and transphobic bullying in British schools.
Artist Graeme Messer has created a new work, to help those who suffer from such mockery. The installation can be seen on the personal exhibition Messer “The Art of Love and how to avoid it”, which will be held at The Chocolate Factory building in London. Visitors will be able to offer their names, the tender is £ 2 and all fees will go to a charity Diversity Role Models.
The artist said: “I would like to involve in the exhibition some charitable organization with similar goals to me Most of my work is devoted to the difficulties of growing up gay in an environment dominated by straights, so Diversity Role Models I really liked”.