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Graphic Impressions Submissions

Open Call for Submissions

 

SGC International is accepting submissions for written and visual work to be published in Graphic Impressions, our web journal. Articles will be posted on the SGCI website biweekly. We are eager to hear your ideas and review your written and visual submissions. Please send us your work for consideration.

The submission deadline for rolling weekly review is Friday at 11:59 PM CST. Graphic Impressions written and visual submission forms are found at the bottom of this page.

Winter Season Call for Submissions

 

Each season we will focus on specific topics. Calls will be announced via email and published on our website. The submission deadline for rolling weekly review is Friday at 11:59 PM CST. Graphic Impressions written and visual submission forms are found at the bottom of this page.

 

Winter 2020: The Persistence of Print
Submissions accepted until March 1, 2020

Publication dates: December 21, 2019 – March 19, 2020

Call for Essays, Interviews and Reviews

The Persistence of Print

The printing press has been a significant force for widespread literacy, news circulation, and awareness of the world. The ability to disseminate information quickly and affordably has changed society profoundly since the invention of movable type. In the current age of mass production, endless feeds, fake news and algorithms, there are many questions about how our field will adapt. Despite this, artists continue to evolve printmaking to inform audiences—blending new and historical techniques to give voice to current issues. How does the print as we know it today persist as a tool for social change?

Submissions accepted through March, 1, 2020.

Call for Online Exhibitions

Prints as Instruments of Change 

Printmaking is often called the “democratic medium.” As the culture is inundated with media, and access to nearly infinite information is at our fingertips, what is the role of the print in the fight for democracy, justice, and equity of all kinds? Has the immediacy of social media supplanted traditional outlets, or does the physicality of a print make causes feel more urgent, truth more palpable? This exhibition is open to all artists using the power of the print to promote change—as big as a billboard or as small as a postage stamp! Documentation of community projects or campaigns are also welcome.

Submissions accepted through January, 1, 2020.