Wednesday, December 11, 2019

SUBMISSIONS

We are always looking for new and exciting stories, event and artists/creatives to feature in Art Hive! 

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING THOROUGHLY BEFORE SENDING ANY SUBMISSIONS.

When sending a submission to Art Hive magazine, please keep the following in mind… 

  1. We are a quarterly magazine that is printed 4 times a year. We can’t feature all submissions.

  2. We read ALL the submissions that are sent to us. Because of the high volume of submissions we receive we do not respond back to submissions unless we are interested in covering your work/story in an issue. That being said, we plan out issues months in advance and may want to feature you in a particular issue in the future (so don’t be discouraged). THERE IS NO NEED TO SEND MULTIPLE FOLLOW UP EMAILS ON YOUR SUBMISSION. We will contact YOU if and when we are ready to feature you.

  3. We have met many of our featured artists through social media ( we have a Twitter, Facebook and Instagram account). Using #arthivemagazine on your photos is a surefire way of getting our attention to possibly be a feature or get printed in our Instahive pages.

  4. Please remember, we are a small but dedicated staff of individuals that are interested in what you have to share. Please make sure to familiarize yourself with our publication before sending us your submission. (We are not craigslist, a newspaper, a health and fitness magazine and the list goes on…)

 

ARTIST SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Email your submissions to: submissions@arthivemagazine.com. SUBJECT: YourName, Submission. (Example: John Doe, Submissions) 

Please include ALL of the following information. Submissions with missing information will not be considered. We cannot stress this enough. 

  1. Full Name

  2. Website (or online portfolio)  

  3. Location

  4. Contact Email

  5. Include social media accounts (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

  6. A short bio (150-200 words) 

  7. A minimum of 3 and maximum of 6 images of your work. Include title of each piece (if any) and medium.

     

WRITER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

We pay writers by the article. We are currently not accepting submissions for writers at this time.  

If you would like for us to have your information on file, please send an email to angela@arthivemagazine.com, SUBJECT LINE: WRITER SUBMISSION

Please include you name, location and link to one writing sample.  

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