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Submit Your Artwork to Issue #2 of Mishou Magazine

The second issue of our friend Mishou Magazine is underway, and they’re looking for artwork from the CMA community to make it happen! Each issue features an illustration from artist and educator Kayla Ephros and a prompt to guide children’s art-making. The second issue focuses on the theme of My MuseumTake a look at the illustration above and follow the submission guidelines here.

Prompt

Have you been to a museum before? What did you like about it? What didn’t you like about it? Some art museums have really old artwork, and can teach us a lot about history. Some museums show artwork that is being made today.

This is your chance to create your own art museum! You can print out the image, and use the bottom section of the page to cut and paste, draw directly onto the museum walls, or make your own museum room entirely! If you would like to have a printed copy, but do not have access to a printer, email us and we will send it to you in the mail.

Submission Guidelines

How to Submit: Email your artwork and information to mishoumagazine@gmail.com

Deadline: September 1, 2021

Age Range: 15 years old or younger

Please Include: Name, Age, Location, 1 or 2 Sentence Description (optional), Artist’s Portrait (optional), Contact Information

Artwork Requirements: If your artwork is flat, please try your best to scan it. If you do not have access to a scanner, take a photo in bright, even light. If it is a non-flat artwork (such as sculpture), please also try your best to take a photo in bright, even light, preferably with a simple, single-color background. Images must be 300 DPI or higher. They will be printed in the CMYK color model, which can affect the colors slightly. If you do not submit in CMYK, we will edit ourselves if the artwork is chosen to be in the issue.

About Mishou Magazine

Mishou Magazine is an all-new print publication that highlights work by artists ages 15 and under, featuring collaborations between generations and interactive activities. The publication seeks to aid in visible diversity and inclusivity, socio-political awareness, and exposure to the art world in an accessible way for children. Click here to purchase the first issue!

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