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April Dean (Executive Director)

Morgan Wedderspoon (Communications Coordinator)

Amanda McKenzie (Printshop and Programs Coordinator)

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Address: 10123 – 121 Street
Edmonton, AB T5N 3W9

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About SNAPline

SNAP welcomes submissions from local writers and artists to contribute to SNAPLine, the organization’s quarterly publication. SNAPLine is a collective publication created by a committee of members from the Society of Northern Alberta Print-Artists (SNAP) and Edmonton’s arts community. The publication is a unique perspective on not only printmaking in Edmonton and around the world, but it also explores other dimensions of contemporary visual art. Each issue includes not only organizational news and the work of print-artists, but also feature articles that are engaging, critical and creative.

Upcoming SNAPline Topics

Youth Culture: kids these days

Description: This Issue, SNAP explores Youth Culture, as a constantly changing and evolving set of concerns and interests – driven by the voices of youth or those who work with and among young populations daily in Edmonton and their perceptions of art and culture throughout our city and beyond.

Statement of Interest Deadline: February 15th 2017
Article Deadline: April 15 2017

Issue release: May 15 2017

Letterpress – everything old is new

Description: This Issue, SNAP explores all things Letterpress, as a re-emergent and wildly popular print movement. Driven by fine artists, crafters, book artists and specialty greeting card printing the new cult of the letterpress knows no bounds. No longer just a typeset printing press the letterpress has encouraged the growth of a massive international community of print enthusiasts, ebay hounds and self taught Vandercook press experts.

Statement of Interest Deadline: November 15 2017
Article Deadline: January 15 2018

Issue release: February 15 2018

Competition – art as sport

Description: This Issue, SNAP explores the complex theme of competition. From the politics surrounding juried art prizes, the inequities that persevere in major art institutions, the eternal hustle for grant funding and the value of competition in the visual arts.

Statement of Interest Deadline: February 15 2018
Article Deadline: April 15 2018

Issue release: May 15 2018

Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines
Prior to writing, please provide a statement of interest, outlining the proposed article (~200 words), along with samples of previous writing to SNAP Communications Coordinator:

Note: All submissions will be reviewed by SNAP’s Publications Committee.

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