Publishing & Journalism:

‘I do think that there will be alliances formed that you could not have imagined.’ A conversation about art, race, and reckoning with history.

Visual arts as cross-training for the writer’s brain.

‘The whole country is becoming a reservation.’

Navigating fair use and permissions in your writing.

The maritime homeless of Marin County, in illustrations.

‘It’s easy to fall into these traps because they’re so common, but perpetuating them just increases the likelihood that other people will do the same.’

Curators weigh in on the lessons of Minneapolis.

Summer assignments for teachers.

Independence Day Creative Prompt: incorporate one of these American oddities into a scene, poem, song, or other form of creative expression.

Some Opportunities:

The Passed Note, a young adult literary journal, seeks visual art from artists over the age of 20 for the next several issues.

RABBIT has an open call for nonfiction poems for the upcoming JAZZ issue.

500-word essays, on the topic of why we write, wanted by 1888.

Part choose-your-own adventure, part exquisite corpse, part fiction pyramid scheme, the Cantabrigian’s Wyoming Project is an experiment in phenomenology and post-postmodern narrative structure.

Contest entries of poetry and flash fiction wanted by Gigantic Sequins.
Stories or essays of up to 500 words, and poems up to 15 lines, wanted by Iron Horse Literary Review for their annual Photo Finish feature, inspired by a photo.

Lines + Stars, a journal of poetry, short prose, and reviews, is seeking reviewers for new poetry collections, and also has an open call for poetry and short prose.

The SFWP Literary Awards Program in fiction and nonfiction offers prizes of up to $1,500, and accepts full-length manuscripts, works-in-progress, collections short or long, and essays.

Film & Performance:

The All American High School Film Festival seeks film entries from middle school, high school, and college-aged students in a number of categories.

Playwriting Australia is dedicated to working with playwrights at all career levels, offering time, space and creative expertise to explore and refine new plays.

Art:

The Trinidad History Museum, in CO, invites applications to its Creative Residence program.

Brushfire, the literature and arts journal of the University of Nevada, Reno, is holding a logo design contest.

2-D and 3-D work of all kinds wanted by Fusion Art for its online Solo Exhibition Series.

The Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program seeks to commission an artist, or artist team, to transform an interior wall at the Port Everglades (FL) cruise terminal.

33 Officina Creativa (33OC), in Toffia, Italy, invites applications to its Artist Residency for artists working in puppetry/marionettes, visual arts, photography, film & video, music/sound art, media arts, performing arts or creative writing.

Artists living within 100 miles of Albany, NY are encouraged to submit work to the Albany Center Gallery for the upcoming exhibition season.

Sound:

Imagine Music Publishing provides high quality, interesting compositions for a wide variety of instrumentations and ensembles, and is now seeking musical compositions for their catalog.

The Mamalode Podcast, a bi-monthly podcast of roughly 15-30 minutes in length, has an open call for powerful first-person stories in the voice of the author.

Creative Job Opportunities:

Part-time Social Media Adminstrator wanted by The Body is Not An Apology, a digital media and education company committed to radical self love as the foundation of social justice and global change.

California College of the Arts (CCA) seeks a Chair of Curatorial Practice.

The Cambridge Writers’ Workshop is looking for a Graphic Design Intern, to work either in NYC or remotely.

The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) is hiring a Program Assistant.

Come work with us at Submittable!

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