We are now accepting submissions for our next two issues:Â The last of 2010 focusing on International Action, with a special section dedicated to COP16 Cancun, and the first issue of 2011 on art that makes the invisible visible.
Please share with us any work that creatively addresses global issues in sustainability.Â We are particularly interested in projects happening outside of the United States that pay attention to global dilemmas including global warming, rising sea levels, disappearing cultures, and economic divides.Â A special section will be dedicated to work at the UNâ€™s Conference of the Parties, summit on climate change in Cancun in December.
International Action Deadline for Submission:Â January 10, 2011
For this issue, we are interested in art projects, installations, and performances that visualize invisible threats to our environmental, economic, or cultural sustainability.Â How can our creative industries call public attention to major issues that are easy to ignore because they are â€˜out of sight, out of mind?â€™
Invisible Visibility Deadline for Submission:Â February 1, 2011.
The CSPA Quarterly explores sustainable arts practices in all genres, and views sustainability in the arts through environmentalism, economic stability, and cultural infrastructure.Â The periodical provides a formal terrain for discussion, and seeks to elevate diverse points of view.
Please send your opinion articles, project case studies, researched essays, and photos to: Miranda@SustainablePractice.org.
To view past issues, along with our current issue on digital work, please visit:Â http://www.magcloud.com/browse/Magazine/38626