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Celebrating Print Magazine. ISSN 2380-6613. All rights reserved at KADS New York. Reproductions in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. For Customer Services and/or reprints, send email to: info@kadsny.com. 

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Katerina Kyselica

Managing Editor

Tanya Silverman

Article Editor

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GET PUBLISHED - ARTICLES

The editor of Celebrating Print seeks proposals for submissions of scholarly articles, essays, and reviews focusing on modern and contemporary fine art print and printmaking in Central and Eastern Europe. 

Celebrating Print features the following categories:

  • Feature (scholarly articles - reviews of artists' works, broader surveys of developments in printmaking and book arts), 2,500 - 5,000 words;

  • Essay (discourse on printmaking), 2,000 - 3,000 words;

  • Spotlight (essay on one work from a private or institutional collection), max. 1,000 words;

  • Project (artist's essay on one project), max. 1,000 words.

Email your proposal (max. 1 page, in Word as an attachment) and 2-3 small images (jpeg) illustrating the subject matter. Proposals are welcome on an ongoing basis. 

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GET PUBLISHED - PROJECTs

In Celebrating Print, we are interested in helping readers understand the process of printmaking. We would like to learn about projects that take place in Central and Eastern Europe. We would like to show the readers how the print is made and what a printmaker thinks during the process of making art. You should be located in one of the CEE countries, or originally be from the region, or you should have spent some time in the region exploring printmaking or collaborating with CEE artist(s) (residency, summer program, Fulbright scholarship, etc.). In the proposal, tell us what and when you worked on, why you worked on this particular project and why you choose printmaking. 

 

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Email your proposal (max. 1 page, in Word as an attachment) and 2-3 small images (jpeg) illustrating the scope of the project. Proposals are welcome on an ongoing basis. 

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