Keep Criticism Alive!

Hey budding Tyler Green's! Or…are there any art critics left??

The Hammer/UCLA wants you!!

GRAPHITE,

the HAMMER and UCLA's interdisciplinary
journal of the arts, is accepting submissions for the 2009-2010 issue!
The journal will consist of scholarly papers from several disciplines, art criticism, and original art work. Both undergraduates and graduates can submit to the journal.

MIDNIGHT ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2010.

GRAPHITE is
looking for eloquent and innovative papers and art criticism written by
undergraduates and graduates including but not limited to the fields of
Art, Art History, Musicology, Architecture, Comparative literature,
English, Philosophy, Women's Studies, Linguistics, Classics, European
Studies, French and Francophone studies, Italian, German, East Asian Studies, World Arts and Cultures, Anthropology, and Sociology.

  • Papers should be original work, properly cited using Chicago Style Manual, Humanities, using FOOTNOTE notation.

  • Papers should be no longer than 2000 – 3000 words double-spaced.

  • Images within the body of your essay should be accurately cited.

  • Art
    Criticism should be 500 – 1000 words double-spaced. Examples of art
    criticism could include exhibition, concert, and art event reviews.

We are also interested in submissions of original student art work.

  • Images should be high quality scans (300 DPI, at least 8 x 10 in TIFF or JPG format) and should be sent in CD format to:

  • HAMMER Museum
    Attn: Susan Bell Yank
    10899 Wilshire Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90023

email all submissions as attachments to graphitejournal@gmail.com

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One Response to “Keep Criticism Alive!”
  1. pop art says:

    well i cant write article for that much size… anyway i tell others about it…thanks for your info about this job…

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