Call for Contributions: Ariel’s Corner, US Visual Arts

AFEA NEWS: Call for Contributions: Ariel’s Corner, US Visual Arts

Miranda welcomes contributions between 100 and 3000 words on any subject relating to the fine and plastic arts, and art history, in the United States. The rubric « Ariel’s Corner » publishes any articles, essays, creative pieces, interviews or any other format of writing relating to the fine and plastic arts in the US. Since contributions for Ariel’s Corner are shorter pieces, the publishing process is quick and streamlined, and articles are published within a month of the deadline. The rubric is an excellent opportunity for researchers to publish exhibition reviews, interview curators, or simply test out and work through their ideas before working up their material into a fuller-length piece.

The latest issue can be found here:

In recent issues we have published interviews and reviews on shows relating to American Abstract Expressionism in France, the artists Hal Fischer, Franco Fontana and Whistler, and Native American art. Relevant topics include but are not limited to:

– gender and US art

– decolonizing US art

– disability studies and US art

– queering US art

– making and curating art in the US

– environmental studies and US art

If you are interested in contributing, please contact Lara Cox at The deadline for contributions for the spring issue of the journal is 15 March 2024.

Source: Lara Cox <>