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CALL for ENTRIES: CQ No. 49

2017 July 25

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Food substitutions have become second nature to me.  I live with & cook for lots of people with food sensitivities, health concerns & philosophical/ethical food issues.  I have to be able to accommodate those folks without advance warning and without blowing my food budget.  Black beans make great gluten-free brownies; bananas work as egg replacement in many desserts & breads.  Lemon zest can be a fantastic salt alternative, & nutritional yeast is a great stand-in for Parmesan.  It isn’t about faking an ingredient; it is about creatively coming up with an alternative texture or taste.  This next Call is all about the creative.  I like this opportunity.  Is this one for you?

Check out this Call for Entries from Creative Quarterly (print) for Journal Issue No. 49.  Print publications are fewer & fewer; this is one of my faves.  Take a look…

Learn more about submitting work for Issue 49 of Creative Quarterly!CALL for ENTRIES:
Journal Issue No. 49
fm Creative Quarterly

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Open to fine arts (advertising, graphic design, photography, illustration & fine art).  Fine art includes any work of art, in any media, even film.

DEADLINE:  July 28, 2017

ENTRY FEE:  Professionals are $30 up to 3, $10 each add’l or $45 up to 6; for students, recent grads (last 3 years) & post-grads $15 up to 3 or $45 up to 9.

JUROR:  Our quarterly shows are judged by an editorial staff of award-winning graphic designers, a former judge for Communication Arts annual & represented in The Graphic Eye: Photographs by Graphic Designers from around the Globe, a judge for the Society of Illustrators, Print Regional Design Annual & regional/national advertising & design competitions.

AWARDS:  Winners will appear in the issue 49 of Creative Quarterly & be exhibited in their online gallery. Winners will also be entered in the CQ year-end 100 Best competition.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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