Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Creative Nonfiction call for artists, illustrators, Pittsburgh Pa

CALL FOR ILLUSTRATORS
Pittsburgh-based artists only
Deadline: March 31, 2011

Creative Nonfiction is currently seeking Pittsburgh-based artists to illustrate its summer issue, #42. The application period for #42 is open through March 31, 2011.

We will consider various media (e.g. line drawings, watercolor, collage) and welcome all styles of interpretation, providing they are well suited to a print format. The artist chosen will work closely with CNF editorial and design staff to create 8 to 10 original designs to be featured on the cover and interior of the magazine.

This is an excellent opportunity for illustrators (student and professional) to have their work prominently featured in a literary magazine with an international circulation of 7,000. The artist chosen will also be profiled prominently for at least three months on CNF's website, which attracts nearly 10,000 visitors per month.

Interested artists should email a resume and three low-resolution jpeg samples of their best work to information[at]creativenonfiction.org no later than March 31, 2011; a link to an electronic portfolio is also preferred. Selections will be made by April 15, with work taking place between April 15 and June 1.

Creative Nonfiction Foundation
5501 Walnut Street, Suite 202
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
phone: 412.688.0304
fax: 412.688.0262

www.creativenonfiction.org

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