What first may read as a list of sexually suggestive activities–EXHIBITION-ISM, Art Licks, a.m. and Felt Acts–are simply a few art magazine titles selected from our extensive e-list of art magazines and art blogs.
Fewer than 50 artists are making use of the approximately 1,500 listings on our e-list of Art Magazines and art blogs.
And some fantastic stuff on this e-list too! So much so that it’s hard to categorize all the opportunities since there is much overlap and each magazine listed holds a wealth of opportunities on their websites and within their publications.
For instance, here are a few of our e-list listings explored further–
The Contemporary art magazine EXHIBITION-ISM invites you to submit your high quality art photos for feature on their tumblr blog (Photos must be 1024×768 or larger).
Art Licks is a print magazine that also has a website where they share opportunities, such as the a.m. Open Call for Artists. a.m. is a non-commercial space, looking to schedule programming for the first half of next year, to host artists who work with dematerialized processes, for example: artists working with performance, video, or through writing. a.m. is seeking proposals which emerge from conceptual art traditions; there is an appreciation for minimalism, and a preference for subtlety rather than highly stylized artistic practices.
a.m. is flexible with the forms that the artist proposals take, and there are no obligations on the outcome of the artists time. a.m. open to the many forms in which work may be presented, both formally or informally. It is an opportunity to realize ideas that might require more time, investment or dialogue with other artists.
FeltActs is an online platform for performance which features performance and exhibition reviews, critical writing, performance writing, and artist interviews. FeltActs offers an online space through which to explore different disciplinary and critical approaches to performance: from within performance studies, literary studies, the visual arts, art history and curatorial practices. FeltActs aims to take an expanded approach to the understanding of ‘performance’.
FeltActs is currently looking for submissions for its upcoming issue ‘Felt Acts: Approaching Documentation’. Whether you are an artist, writer, critic, performer, practitioner or curator. Please don’t hesitate to submit a proposal for a review, essay or interview which is not in-line with the current theme, but which you feel could contribute to the aims and themes that FeltActs is currently exploring.