Artinsmallplaces originally was created to talk about other people’s stuff. In those days, I was mainly concerned about art which seemed to be popping up everywhere. I wanted to make sure the world knew where and when art could be seen in the area.
Today, I am more concerned about creating a viable alternative zine. Something that will provide interesting reading material for a vast cross-section of the population. This will also create a more arts-ready population (I think), so it serves the same purpose as it was originally intended.
I am also including the writing of contributors this time around. I plan on wearing more of the Editor-in-Chief hat than the writer/artist hat. I am hoping for quality work in both the written and the visual contributions and I encourage anyone who is interested to contact me with submissions. No queries are necessary. Though, since this is a start-up I will not be able to pay now, I hope as we grow the readership.advertising base, that will change. (I’d like to get paid too.)
Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com with materials. I am open to discuss ideas that I think might not fit the “plan”, so you will not just get a flat “rejection” letter. I am an artist, too.
As everyone knows, I am an artist, and a painter mostly. And, one that is too prolific for her own good. I own enough of my own work!
I have a 22 foot wall that I want to devote to “other people’s art”. And, I am willing to trade, within reason.
If you are interested, send me images to firstname.lastname@example.org. I have also done “uneven” trades where I am getting some IT work as part of the trade, and another where I am getting fresh duck eggs. Keeping myself feed, and the laptop in good shape works, too!