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We are excited to announce that the Harvard Undergraduate Classics Journal, Persephone, is now accepting submissions for our Spring 2020 Issue until December 31st! If you would like to see your work published, please send your submission to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are no length or format requirements. Please consider submitting a variety of works including but not limited to original poems, artwork, photography, and other creative pieces whose subject matter pertains to the ancient Graeco-Roman world.
The Georgia Center for Continuing Education & Hotel is looking for student artists to submit read-to-hang artwork for the January 2020 Student Art Gallery.
Submissions must include: Artist Name, Medium, Major, Projected Graduation Date, Photo of Submission, Artist Contact Info
*Artwork can not include drug/drug paraphernalia, violence, weapons or nudity.
For submissions and any questions, contact Sarah Sorvas at email@example.com.
Diana Graizbord and co-author are looking for an illustrator or comics (sequential) artist to assist on a book project. The book is an ethnography methods text (to be used by undergraduate and graduate students in the social sciences) as well as other disciplines, including design. They want to make the both more accessible, and exploit some of the synergies between visual comics culture and ethnography by making portions of the book in comics form.
Looking for an advanced student if the fit is right. Compensation is negotiable.
Button Art, Inc. is seeking artist submissions following Gwinnett’s Bicentennial Anniversary. To further the love of art in Gwinnett, Button Art - in collaboration with artists across all mediums and boundaries - will manage, create and install 200 original Button Sculptures throughout Gwinnett inspired by the County’s 200th birthday and celebrating the future of Gwinnett. Each Button Sculpture will have a plaque bearing names of sponsors and the artist.
UGA Libraries is hosting the 2019 Capturing Science Contest to encourage STEM communication in a diversity of formats. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for $3,000 in prizes.
Guidelines: Explain a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) concept to a broader audience using any medium of your choice.
Prizes: The top three undergraduate and graduate submissions each receive prizes of $1,000, $350, and $150.
Deadline: 5:00pm, December 2, 2019