GRAPHITE Interdisciplinary Journal of the Arts 2011-12 Call-for-Entries
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GRAPHITE Interdisciplinary Journal of the Arts 2011-2012 Call-for-Entries
GRAPHITE is the first printed interdisciplinary arts journal on the UCLA campus. It is created through the HAMMER Museum and the HAMMER Student Associaton (HSA) and publishes papers by undergraduate and graduate students around the world.
History is shaped by the preservation or destruction of culture. Fragments of the past – art, literature, music, mathematical and scientific discoveries, people and places, and shared experience – compose our cultural consciousness. Just as historical archives inspire what we create today, what we choose to archive inspires future innovations. Past, present, and future are thus inexorably linked in the notion of “The Archival,” GRAPHITE’s theme for the 2011-2012 school year. A concept rooted in individual and collective memory, “The Archival” prompts us to determine the source of things, analyze their current states, and discuss how we use them in our attempts to advance.
We are accepting original scholarly essays, criticism, reviews, and artwork nationwide from all disciplines until November 8, 2011.
For written material:
Please send your material for review to firstname.lastname@example.org. Specify your full name and “JOURNAL” in the subject line. Work should not exceed twelve double spaced pages, font size 12, and must follow the Chicago Manual of Style (see below). Accompanying images must have detailed captions and citations and should be high-resolution JPG files (at least 300 dpi). Note that final inclusion of images is dependent on securing appropriate copyright permissions. Include a 2-5 sentence biography within your e-mail. Limit up to four documents per person.
For CHICAGO STYLE tips and sample papers, please visit: http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5e/
Please send your original work for review to email@example.com. Specify your full name and “JOURNAL ART” in the subject of the email. ALL photographs or scans of artwork must be sent as high-resolution JPG files (at least 300dpi). Limit seven entries. Include a 2-5 sentence biography within your e-mail. If you are interested in sending video art or film, please send a link to a high-quality video of your work along with clear, large-format stills.
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