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Announcing the 2017 Art Contest!

The Can't Stop The Serenity promotional art contest is back for 2017! Do you think you've got what it takes to design our official promotional artwork?

In its twelve years, Can't Stop The Serenity has raised over one million dollars for Equality Now. We can do even more good works in 2017, but only if people show up! That's where you can come in. The annual logo is a critical tool for raising awareness about the event, building excitement, and getting people out to CSTS events around the world. It tells people that we are

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CSTS 2016 T-shirts are here!

Can't Stop the serenity is changing the way we do our Global T-shirts! We've partnered with Represent, and for the first time ever, T-shirts are available to the general public through online sales, allowing anyone to support CSTS regardless of their proximity to an event location. Whether you can attend an event or simply want to add your support, join us as we aim to misbehave for a good cause! As you may be aware, Represent

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Our brand new 2014 logo has landed!

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It's not a new Can't Stop the Serenity season without a fantastic new logo, and here it is! The above design was chosen by popular vote out of 14 great entries and is the creation of Jake Thompson from Orange, CA USA. Thank you to everyone who entered, and to everyone who cast their vote. And congratulations to Jake! Ove

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Logo Art Contest Deadline Extended to 1 February 2014

The deadline for submissions to the 2014 Art Contest has been further extended to 1 February 2014! We've realised that the earlier deadline was too short considering the holidays, and hope the extra time will allow more artists to give it a shot.

Over the years, we've raised almost a million dollars for Equality Now. We can do even more good works, but only if people show up! That’s where you come in.

The logo is a critical tool for raising interest and awareness about the events and charity, building excitement, and getting peo

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