Opportunity: Art and Ecology Publication Submissions Open Call

21st August 2017

Seeking submissions for the first publication of A&E, a collective focussing on art and ecology.

A&E is a new collective focussing on critical art and ecology matters founded by Glasgow School of Art graduates. We are launching with a publication under the theme ‘Disconnection’. This could be explored through various sub-themes such as anthropocentrism and a disconnection to the non-human, the effects of capitalism, escapism, utopia, denial, etc.

This is an open call for all kinds of submissions coming from any creative practice or background. Submissions may include but are not limited to critical writing, poetry, sound, image, photography, drawing, documentary work…

We are ideally looking for new work made for the publication, however we may accept previous work if it relates to the theme and has not been previously exhibited or published.

Applicants should not limit themselves to print mediums. There will be an event to launch the publication that may include performances of all kinds as well as an accompanying exhibition.

Find out more

If you wish to submit or discuss a proposal for the publication or launch event please feel free to contact us.

For further information, please contact info.aecollective@gmail.com

The deadline is Sunday 15 October 2017 at 23:55.

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