REFRAME 2016-11-07T15:45:33+00:00
REFRAME is seeking essays and high quality thought pieces that promote critical thinking on issues relating to the arts, equity, race, representation, exemplary distinctive arts practice and other issues related to the profound cultural change occurring in a demographically transformed America. Contributions should range from 1,000-3,000 words. It is encouraged that corresponding images/links/multimedia be submitted if appropriate, to further illuminate the text. Storytelling, compelling narrative, and creative formats are as valued as equally rigorous scholarly approaches. Contributors are given a month deadline for revisions and accepted pieces are awarded an honorarium of $150.

For more information or if you are interested in contributing, please contact Daniela Alvarez at

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