Have your work published in the Cultural Arts ZINE !

Cultural Arts Murfreesboro is currently accepting submission from artists on a rolling basis for publication in the upcoming editions of the Cultural Arts ZINE.

The ZINE is dedicated and interested in publishing all forms of art, including, but not limited to: poetry, short stories, photography, visual art, collage, video stills, painting, and illustration. Cultural Arts ZINE is guided by a comittment to regionality, intellectual accessibility, and new forms of visual culture. We strive to publish a wide range of voices, artists, and ideas, ranging from the traditional to the experimental. 

If you are a practicing artist living and working in Murfreesboro, or greater Tennessee, please submit 3-5 images of your work to be featured using the form at the bottom of this page. 

We look forward to seeing your work!

Any other questions regarding submissions can be sent to: culturalarts@murfreesborotn.gov


About: 

Cultural Arts Murfreesboro is a division of the city's Parks and Recreation department. We offer music, art, and theater programming for all ages and seek new ways to strengthen and cultivate our local art community. The Cultural Arts ZINE was launched in January 2017 to further that mission. It features work of local artists, upcoming events, arts programming information, exhibition opportunities, reviews, interviews, calls to artists, and more.


Guidelines:

By submitting art work through this form you grant Cultural Arts Murfreesboro permission to feature your media in our Cultural Arts ZINE. Currently, our zine is a free publication and we are unable to compensate contributors for their work. 

Submitting does not guarantee your work will be published in the next issue. Occassionaly, due to editorial themes or limitations on available space we may contact you about using your work in future issues. 

The ZINE is for all ages, so please ensure that submissions are appropriate. The ZINE is open to submission from artists of all ages and backgrounds, and we particularly encourage young artists to share their work with us. The Cultural Arts coloring contest which is published in every ZINE edition, is a great opportunity for young artists to share their creativity. 

Write for the Cultural Arts ZINE !


Cultural Arts Murfreesboro is currently accepting submission from writers on a rolling basis for publication in the upcoming editions of the Cultural Arts ZINE.


The ZINE is dedicated and interested in publishing critical writing, interviews, reviews, and essays from freelance contributors about local and national arts, and are always interested in hearing from writers, curators, non-profits, artists, thinkers, and cultural advocates. Cultural Arts ZINE is guided by a comittment to regionality, intellectual accessibility, and new forms of visual culture. We strive to publish a wide range of voices, artists, and ideas, ranging from the traditional to the experimental. 


If you are living and working in Murfreesboro, or greater Tennessee, and would like to contribute a written article, exhibition review, artist interview, thematic essay, or investigative piece on arts in Murfreesboro, please use the submission form at the bottom of this page to send us your pitches!

We look forward to hearing from you!


Any other questions regarding submissions can be sent to: culturalarts@murfreesborotn.gov


About:
Cultural Arts Murfreesboro is a division of the city's Parks and Recreation department. We offer music, art, and theater programming for all ages and seek new ways to strengthen and cultivate our local art community. The Cultural Arts ZINE was launched in January 2017 to further that mission. It features work of local artists, upcoming events, arts programming information, exhibition opportunities, reviews, interviews, calls to artists, and more.


Guidelines:
By submitting your proposal through this form you grant Cultural Arts Murfreesboro permission to feature your media in our Cultural Arts ZINE. Currently, our zine is a free publication and we are unable to compensate contributors for their work. 


Submitting does not guarantee your work will be published in the next issue. Occassionaly, due to editorial themes or limitations on available space we may contact you about using your work in future issues. 


The ZINE is for all ages, so please ensure that submissions are appropriate. The ZINE is open to submission from artists of all ages and backgrounds, and we particularly encourage young artists to share their work with us. The Cultural Arts coloring contest which is published in every ZINE edition, is a great opportunity for young artists to share their creativity. 

Cultural Arts Murfreesboro contracts exceptional practicing visual artists, performers, musicians, and dynamic individuals to teach courses and workshops that encourage creative thinking and skill acquisition in a variety of art medias. 

Cultural Arts teaching artists guide students through instructive skill development and creative inquiry—relaying basic concepts, vocabulary, techniques, principles, and current trends in the medium—to promote individual discovery and exploration. Our community programming is guided by a dedication to creating a supportive yet rigorous learning environment where participants of all ages and backgrounds can take risks, engage in creative challenges, and broaden their professional and individual development. 

Arts programming typically includes demonstrations, hands-on learning opportunities, discussion, and references to contemporary and historical figures, trends, or movements. 

Teaching and workshop proposals for the Spring 2019 Community Arts Programming session are currently open. 

The following materials are necessary for being considered as a teaching artist:

  • Professional resume.
  • Images—three to five examples of your work as an artist and/or images/descriptions of class projects.
  • References—required only of new teaching artists.
  • Syllabus – your proposed course outline and plan of study.
  • Supply lists—this should include supplies you would like us to provide and the supplies students should collect in advance, as well as any other classroom needs (projector, tables, room requirements, etc.)


We look forward to seeing your proposals!

Any questions regarding submissions or our community education programs can be sent to: culturalarts@murfreesborotn.gov


Center for the Arts seeks submissions for the CFTA gallery. The gallery is the most diverse space at the Center. It serves as practice space for theatre productions and features a monthly exhibit highlighting the best of local art. Submissions are being accepted for 2019 exhibitions. 

All submissions are due by November 1st. 

The mission for the Center for the Arts, Inc. is to enhance the quality of our community by providing a variety of arts and opportunities which will educate and entertain people of all ethnicity, ages, and income levels. The Center for the Arts will advance art awareness through quality theatrical productions, musical performances, art exhibits, educational programs, life-long learning and community activities thus improving overall quality of life in our community.

The Center for the Arts is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

 

Thank you for your interest in showcasing at the Rotunda of Murfreesboro's City Hall!

Art in the Rotunda of Murfreesboro's City Hall is maintained by the Murfreesboro Art Committee (MAC). The committee consists of seven members who are appointed for three-year terms. The committee was created by Resolution of the City Council on August 15, 1991.
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