hazel is looking for informed and opinionated pieces written about contemporary art
We are accepting both pitches and finished pieces for upcoming issues of hazel and our blog. Please see below regarding the themes and deadlines of upcoming issues to see if your piece would be a good fit.
Issue 01: arise
Missed an opportunity because of COVID-19? Send us research discovered that was never presented. Tell us how quarantine impacted your art community.
Essays, features, and interviews due June 30, 2020
Submissions for blogs are accepted on a rolling basis.
Issue 02: TBA
art writing guidelines
- We publish accessible prose (aka, not academic writing). Send us your best original thinking, under-told stories, and pieces that lift up marginalized groups.
- Let us know if you’re submitting the piece to other publications.
- Film, exhibition, and book reviews should be 400-600 words, and tell the story for readers who may be unfamiliar with the work.
- If you’re submitting a pitch, ensure that it fits on one page and is ideally no more than 6 sentences.
- Essays, features, and interviews should be no more than 1500 words, and take art as a starting point for a broader engagement with society. Tell us why your project is relevant today.
- Pieces should be formatted using the Chicago Manual of Style.
- Submit writing at the link below.
Founded in 2020, hazel is an arts magazine focusing on students and early career artists.
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