The Arts Initiative, a newly formed collective dedicated to placing interactive visual art in public venues

Newly-Formed The Arts Initiative Announces Inaugural Installation At Fashion Outlets Of Chicago (via PR Newswire)

MIAMI, June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The Arts Initiative, a newly formed collective dedicated to placing highly interactive visual art in public venues, today announced a lineup of more than 10 nationally and internationally recognized contemporary…

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Call For Artists: RANT for $$

Artists, don’t waste your ranting skills in LinkedIN groups!

Open Call AxisWeb has an ongoing open call for Rant writers.

Please see The Rant: Pitch for It! for more information about this paid writing opportunity.


The Axisweb webzine looks at the contemporary art scene from the perspective of the artists and curators profiled on Axis and our arts professional audience. The webzine prompts, and engages in, topical debates to critically reflect upon the artistic and curatorial practice represented across the Axis website. The webzine features dynamic content from new and established writers seeking to inspire, inform, profile, critique, review and debate contemporary art.
We are keen to commission contributions which visually, vocally and creatively respond to the contemporary art scene and current debates from both established and emerging writers. For details on contributing see the call for submissions page.

Axis offers a How To guide for writing for the web and promoting yourself online–

General submission guidelines

You should include the following within your email proposal(view call for submissions page for email address):

  • a brief outline detailing the artists, area of practice and/or issues you intend to address within your submission. Your outline should not exceed 250 words.
  • details regarding the format of your contribution i.e. whether this is a text, interview, discussion, podcast or video clip etc. If you are proposing a contribution that uses media, please state your proficiency in using this.
  • a CV or biography.
  • examples of previously published articles. This is not essential; we do consider contributions from previously unpublished writers.

As a guide, written texts will not be considered if they are more than 1500 words. Podcasts and audio or video clips are either presented as a series of short clips or as one feature (30 mins max).

Any work commissioned to feature in the webzine is done so on the understanding that it is original material that has not been and will not be published elsewhere. We will consider publishing material that has been or will be published in another source but this MUST be made explicit at the time of submission. If you wish to publish material commissioned by Axis with another publication, at a later date you MUST acknowledge Axis as the commissioner of the work.

If you prefer to send your proposal by post we recommend that you use registered post and retain a copy for yourself; please enclose a self-addressed envelope if you would like this material returned to you.

The selection process
Submitted material will be reviewed by the editor. Proposals will be selected based on their quality and relevance to the current issues and thematic in the webzine. Submissions are reviewed on an ongoing basis and we will respond to you once your proposal has been considered. Please bear in mind that we only commission a small number of articles each year.

All published material is commissioned in agreement with Axis. If your proposal is selected, a contract will be issued detailing our terms and conditions. For details of our fees please contact Lesley Guy.


Infinity’s Kitchen Seeking Submissions of Experimental Art

T2i - Infinity

T2i – Infinity (Photo credit: @Doug88888)


Infinity’s Kitchen is a graphic literary journal of experimental writing and art. The publication is online and in print. As they say, they are a kitchen or laboratory seeking new recipes! As with many of the calls for submissions that I receive, I review them and then I submit my own work to understand their process. To submit to Infinity’s Kitchen,  go to the submissions page , scroll down the categories to find Visual Art, and complete the online form and upload your jpeg there.


Deadline: Sun Jun 30th, 2013


Infinity’s Kitchen Magazine
512 Cathedral Street #1
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
United States of America


#Hashtag Gallery Call for Submissions



Show Runs March 14-17, 2013

#Hashtag Gallery is pleased to announce our 3rd group exhibition show titled “JUST MY TYPE”, and we are looking for artist submissions to fill the walls with great TYPOGRAPHY based artwork. Does your art have lettering in it? Words, or a message to it? Perfect! Bring it in!!

More Submission Details here:

Call For Art, Photos, Writing for 1st Issue of New Magazine


For their début Fall/Winter 2012 edition, Momma Tried magazine is seeking writing, photography, and visual arts. Creative and visual perspectives on sexuality are highly encouraged, but not a requirement. Selected entries will be published in print and may also appear online. Momma Tried is published in New Orleans.

Momma Tried magazine will primarily publish works of creative non-fiction ranging from new journalism to essays to reviews to science writing and many categories in between. Momma Tried is  also interested in “collage” based writing such as lyric essays, prose poetry, and anti-fictions, built from scraps. Reality-based and genre-defying fiction are welcome as well. Please no submissions longer than 8,000 words. Files should be .doc or .pdf.

Visual Artists
Momma Tried magazine is particularly interested in submissions of photography, collage, painting and illustration. They are open to works outside of these categories as well. Please include a short explanation about your piece or an artist’s statement along with images of your work. All images should be in TIFF, GIF, or JPEG format and no bigger than 2MG. No more than 8 images per submission, please.

Disruptive Content
With the ad space that occupies most magazines, we will be developing what we call “disruptive content” by using those blocks of space on the page to add additional art, writing, and photos. Our disruptive content will in some cases be satirical fake adverts, references to projects that don’t actually exists, and things that otherwise compliment or contrast to the primary content on the page. If you are interested in submitting something for consideration as disruptive content, please specify this in your subject line.

Send all submissions to:

Momma Tried Magazine New Orleans, LA
Deadline:  Tuesday, July 31, 2012