What’s going on?
We are interested in hearing about visitor reactions to Shanghai. We will publish the results in the July issue of our members magazine, Treasures.
What kind of commentaries are acceptable?
There are no restrictions on content, except that the Shanghai exhibition must be the subject, and we cannot publish material that is plagiarized, offensive, or libelous. What we would like are thoughtful commentaries that relate to the art on view and visitors’ responses to it. Personal connections to the topic are especially welcome.
How long should the commentaries be?
We would like either half-page (about 225 words) or full-page (400-450 words) essays. There is some flexibility in length.
How do I submit a commentary?
E-mail it to tchristensen [at symbol] @asianart.org, along with a one- or two-sentence bio, which will be published with the article. If you have questions, leave a comment to this post with a valid e-mail in the post form (your e-mail address will not be shared).
Will all contributions automatically be published?
No, we will select the ones that seem to us to be of interest to readers of the magazine.
Will the commentaries be edited?
Yes, we will be in touch by e-mail. Authors will have the right to review edits.
Will I retain copyright to my writing?
You will retain copyright and right to republish as you see fit. The museum will have the right to excerpt or reprint contributions in its print and electronic materials.
Can I make critical comments if there was something I didn’t like about the show?
What do I get?
Besides the publishing credit you will receive five copies of the magazine.
What is the deadline?
Submissions should be received by the end of April.
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