Call for Contributors: SNAPline Public/Private Issue 2021.2
SNAPline is our publication focused on printmaking and contemporary art writing, and is published three times annually. We are interested in hearing your ideas on topics related to printmaking that engage, critique, and/or challenge our notions of print works. Contributions could include: editorials or essays; exhibition, book, or film reviews; artist interviews or profiles; visual essays, illustrations, or comics…and more.
Upcoming theme for Issue 2021.2: Public/Private
Proposal Deadline: May 3, 2021 at Midnight
Email to Ashna, Communications Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the 2021.2 edition, SNAPline seeks to publish creative and critical content around the theme of Private/Public, including but not limited to: written features and visual essays, artist interviews, illustration, poetry, and creative writing.
Community printshops often exist in a realm somewhere between the private and public spheres, accessible to those who make prints and mysterious to those who don’t. An artistic practice in printmaking is rarely private and generally relies on some sort of collaboration or communal resources. Prints are often made in bustling shared studio environments. Artists pour their private selves into their artwork and the public nature of print distributes these multiples far and wide for all to see.
Full call here: https://snapartists.com/
Send us a pitch by May 3, 2021
Final copy due: June 15
Publication release: August 2021
Essay or Feature (written or visual 1200-2000 words): $450-$600
Short form or other written content 1200 words or less: $450
Q&A / artist interview (under 2000 words): $450
Call for Contributors: SNAPline Flash Fiction Contest
SNAPline invites you to submit a story of 500 or fewer words to our 2021 Flash Fiction Contest, with the winner and runner-up to be published this summer in our 2021.2 issue. Your entry must take the embroidered crest patch Pill Deer with Finger Legs by Cindy Baker as a starting point (pictured in online call).
Read the full call here and see prize details: https://snapartists.
Deadline for Flash Fiction contest: June 1, 2021 at midnight. No entry fee. Submit your pitches to email@example.com with the subject “SNAPline Flash Fiction Contest”.