GNSI Call for Journal Articles

Greetings, GNSI!

We need articles! The Journal is only as good as its content, and we are running low on content. PLEASE consider authoring an article:

  • Have you mastered a particular or unusual technique, or use unconventional media for your work?
  • Have you traveled to an interesting location, either for a particular project or on your own and could share your art and experiences with us?
  • Do you have a notable or unusual studio setup (static or traveling) you'd like to share?
  • Have you developed a successful marketing strategy (if you are making money as a freelancer, you are doing something right — please share!).
  • Has your work evolved into new dimensions, new approaches? We'd love to hear about it.
  • Have you done a presentation or taught a workshop at a GNSI event (chapter? conference?) or for another group? Your presentation can be transformed into an article and you have already done most of the work!
  • Have you recently attended an exciting and/or unusual art event that you can share with us?

Remember: articles do not have to be long, excessively scholarly or super technical; even short feature articles are fine. We like variety!

Remember also that getting published is a great feather in your resumé. One of the core benefits of being a GNSI member is that we share our collective knowledge and expertise. Don't be shy, you too can contribute!

Contact your Journal editors: Gail Guth, [email protected] or Clara Richardson, [email protected] with your ideas.

Thank you!