Some of the Things that Art has Done

Deadline: 14/07/2017  |  Published: 04/07/2017  |  Stevie Ronnie

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Writers and artists Stevie and Susannah Ronnie are looking for submissions for the digital anthology 'Some of the Things that Art has Done ' from artists, creatives, producers, educators, scientists, writers and anyone else who works with art who has a positive experience to share.

When artists get together we tend to chatter about ideas and people and how to scrape a living. We don’t talk enough about what we do and how amazing it is. The little changes that change lives. It seems to me that the safest future for the type of thing I do lies not with the individual but with us artists as a connected and collaborating entity within society. So with fellow artist and collaborator Susannah Ronnie (who happens to be my wife) I am seeking brilliant, moving and inspirational written or visual reports about the transformative power of creativity from artists, creatives, producers, educators, scientists, writers and anyone else who works with art who has a positive experience to share.

The best dozen or so will be published in the digital anthology Some of the Things that Art has Done and receive a small fee of £20.

The deadline is 14th July at 5pm


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Who is eligible for this opportunity?
When is the deadline?
5 pm on 14th July 2017.
How many works can I submit?
As many as you like.
How much does it cost?
It is free to submit your work.
Are there payments to artists?
Yes, £20 will be paid for each submission selected. This will be paid on publication (expected autumn 2017).
What happens if my proposal is chosen?
We will contact you and let you know that your piece has been selected. We will then let you know the planned publication date and if necessary discuss the best way of presenting your piece. We will then send through a final proof to make sure you are happy with how your work has been presented. You will be given a fixed time to respond with any changes before the digital anthology is launched.

Copyright of any work remains with the author / artist. If we accept your work for inclusion you are granting us permission to publish it online as part of the anthology. Our intention is for the anthology to remain online for as long as we can continue to maintain the website. We will also be actively submitting the site to relevant web archives.
What kind of proposals are you looking for?
Submissions can take any form (including written, visual, creative, hybrid & experimental approaches).

We are looking for imaginative responses that share the power of art as a medium of creative expression.

All written submissions must be your own original work, 500 words or under and must be in English or German.

We will be thinking about the overall feel of the anthology and how well suited the pieces are to being presented online.

The work does not have to have been created specifically for the call and it could be an image or piece of writing that you have already published.

Creative and /or critical approaches are welcome.

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