We would like to remind you of the upcoming submission deadline for the
next issue of art'ishake, the arts and development journal. Please find
below submission details and if you need further information please visit
our website: http://www.art4development.net/artishake.html
We welcome participants to submit papers, articles, news, images of
artworks, and announcements on arts and development issues. We invite
individuals and organizations to share and explore together the value
created, and help inspire each other particularly to address the needs of
our global society and overcome the challenges of underdevelopment. The
journal aims to provide an outlet for interdisciplinary and international
exploration of the concepts and practices of creative and arts-infused
-News, Experiences, and Opinions on Millennium Development Goals [MDGs] in
tandem with arts.
-Research and white-papers on arts, human development, as well as the
impact within the local, national, and international community
[theoretical, methodological, economic, international and intercultural
approaches to and perspectives on arts and development, and more - text to
be max. 2000 words].
-Auto-story by artists who create artworks and/or conduct workshops aiming
for social impact, particularly those that relate to MDGs [text to be max.
-Auto-story by non-profit and/or for-profit organizations who utilize arts
to create change and improve community [text to be max. 1500 words].
-Announcements on support material and partnership opportunities such as
funding possibilities, awards, grants, fellowships, cause-
related arts exhibitions and benefit events, workshops, trainings,
-Artworks and brief concept paragraphs [jpeg images of any type and style
of artworks, material used, titles, purpose/ theme, artist's
short bio statement in 150 words].
-Poetry, scripts, and short stories [max. 1200 words] related to arts and
MDGs, cultural heritage and diversity; youth empowerment,
conflict resolution and peace building, health and HIV/AIDS, and more.
Submission Deadline: October 16, 2006
Sent submission material to: artishake@...
The purpose of art'ishake is to provide an open, collaborative, and
learning approach to creative and development sector, share
experiences and views from different perspectives, present 'how-tos'
through the exchange of best-practice examples, inspire, and
add 'knowledge-based' value to the positive-creative change process!
NOTE: art'ishake no.3 issue is out! art'ishake is an e-publication on arts,
culture, social change and development. It intends to address
interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral issues in tandem with arts and
If you are interested in receiving the latest complimentary issue, please
send an email to artishake@...
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issue please find the submission requirements under
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