Art Magazines + Art Blogs E-list for Artists Now 85 Pages + New Categories

Last week, the Artist Marketing Resources blog featured this popular post–New Art Magazine accepting submissions–read it here. Often new publications have available pages to fill and it’s a good idea to submit early to publications just starting out.

A few years ago, we began compiling a resources e-list of links to fine art magazines and art blogs for artists to use so they could easily find the best publications to submit their work to for a feature.

That e-list has grown to 85 pages of links, with the first 25 pages alone consisting of Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art Publications & Artists Directories.

With daily research and gathering of these artist resources, soon more categories needed to organize these resources, so we added a New Media, an  Art Apps, and a  Design category for the publication links on our e-list, as well as separate listings of art publications focused on geographic regions.

As the e-list grew, we  had to further refine the broad category of Design by dividing it into two categories– one for Interior Design Magazines /Architecture Magazine and a second for Art Design & Illustration. Many artists create artwork that could be featured in these types of publications and well as fine art magazines and art blogs.

We recently added these New Categories to our e-list of Fine Art magazines:

African, Black, African-American magazines and media resources

Subculture: Art Toys / Vinyl Art Toys

Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti Art magazines

Here is a complete list of category contents for the E-list of Art Magazines and Art blogs.

  • Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art Publications & Artists Directories
  • Art Apps–for iPhone, iPad, and other devices
  • Digital Art, New Media, Media & Technology
  • ART RADIO & Art TV & Audio Art PODCASTS & VIDEO Art MAGAZINES/VLOGS
  • Art BOOKS/Art Bookstores/Art Book Distributors/Ebook Resources etc
  • Photography
  • Themed–art submissions accepted on a monthly theme or quarterly theme
  • Subculture:  Art Toys/Vinyl Art Toys, etc
  • Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti Art Magazine
  • INTERIOR DESIGN Magazines / Architecture Magazines
  • DESIGN & Illustration
  • Black Art Magazines, African Art, African-American Art Publications
  • Literary Journals – that publish art submissions + writing
  • Fiber & Fabric art, Ceramics, Craft
  • Tumblr blogs that accept art submissions
  • Social Media Art sites
  • University & College Art Magazines
  • US States–Art publications specific to each state in the USA
  • International by country–Art publications specific to each country
  • Industry Specific /Specialty– accept art submissions-Outdoors, Nature, Fantasy, etc

Many of these magazines have calls for submissions, or open submission policies and editorial calendars you can find in their submission guidelines.

This April we are offering our e-list discounted at $5.00 Off —  E-list of Art magazines, art blogs, art directories + more art publication resources for artists — get it here and here.  Check both of our web store here and here for more artist resources.

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The Museum of Virulent Experience and DystoRpia: Calls for Artist Submissions

FoolishPeople is currently inviting submissions from artists working in all mediums to create artworks and installations for their forthcoming exhibition, Virulent Experience, a unique collaboration between Conway Hall and FoolishPeople.

This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your work to a wide audience in an historic Central London venue throughout August 2012.

Virulent Experience explores the evolution and devolution of ethics, morals and the impact to the mind, imagination and free will of humans via a fictional future version of London on the eve of the  Olympics.

FoolishPeople will transform the historic Conway Hall – a landmark of London’s independent, intellectual, political and cultural life – into The Museum of Virulent Experience, housing the entire banned index of thoughts, emotions and desires in an age where Information Prohibition has begun.

They are looking for artists working in any medium to create a series of works that exist within the narrative and fictional world of the Museum of Virulent Experience. They will also accept proposals for completed works that fit within the context and are pertinent to the piece.

All artists featured within the Virulent Experience exhibition will be included in the exhibition book published by Weaponized, this further explores the themes and context of the project.

Please contact art@foolishpeople.org to obtain the full artist’s brief.

www.foolishpeople.org

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 Fluid New Media Lab is a New York City-based project that supports, produces and promotes the creative works of emerging artists working in new media and beyond. Their newest Call for Artist Submissions for media that relates to the concept of DystoRpia–a neologism that mixes the Latin root torpere with the word dystopia. It is a critical view of society as anti-utopian community with torpid visions of a vaguely utopian root. Link: http://fluid.localproject.org/openCallDystorpia.pdf