The Queer Museum of Digital Art (QMoDA) on Tuesday, January 24, dropped the first NFT art from its artist grant program. As part of the first annual edition of the event, the grant awarded 10 artists with 1 ETH each. All NFTs from the artists are dropping on Zora. Some of the awarded artists include Tyler Givens, Laurel Charleston, Glitch of Mind, and Kate The Cursed.
Here’s all you need to know about the Queer Museum of Digital Art artist grant program:
What is the Queer Museum of Digital Art?
The Queer Museum of Digital Art is a community focused on preserving art and culture from trans and queer creators on the blockchain. Essentially, QMoDA has a vault of NFTs based on Ethereum and Tezos, all collected from both emerging and established artists. Moreover, as a decentralised community, it aims to put the power in the hands of the community they are serving.
But what led to setting up the Queer Museum of Digital Art? Apparently, several IRL art museums dedicated to queer…