The ArtsEverywhere Editorial Team invites submissions from artists, journalists, and activists whose work explores the fault lines of modern society—urgent social, political, and/or economic issues affecting communities around the world—through the focused lens of the arts and culture.
We are looking for creative journalistic work that takes a deep-dive look at underrepresented locations and marginalized communities. At this time, we are particularly interested in reporting that focuses on aspects of contemporary indigenous art and culture. Our current lines of inquiry are economic dignity, feminisms & queerness, artist rights, learning, education & pedagogy, decolonization & new colonialisms, and language & migration. Submissions that make a connection between existing content within these inquiries will be given preference.
Proposals should be no more than 250 words and should include, photos, video clips, or other supplementary documentation that illustrates the timeliness and relevance of the proposed project. Fully-reported, text-based pieces may range from 1000-5000 words total. Proposals for alternative modes of reporting which fall outside these parameters (multimedia, experimental forms) will also be considered. Please include a max 200-word explanation.
To submit a project proposal, please visit our submission form at https://artseverywhere.ca/submissions/
We will be accepting submissions on an ongoing basis.