Become an artiwu columnist  
Artiwu is looking for people to write regular posts to artiwu. You can write about anything.

Here's some areas artiwu is looking for:
• Reviews on Merwin-Wakely shows at IWU galleries
• Reviews on student shows in art haus and student center
• Art advice (tips on sculpture, ceramics, photo, print, painting, or criticism)
• Computer advice and tidbits
• Starting up a business
• How to get work into galleries
• Tips on freelancing
• Anything that would be of interest to art and/or design people

Your posts don't even really have to come on a super-consistent basis. But it would be nice to have a post every now and then on your topic.

One of artiwu's columnists, Laura Kesselring says, "When I was interviewing for a job, my employer was very impressed that I wrote a semi-weekly column on juried art shows." Becoming a columnist can look great on your resume, it shows writing skills, expertise, responsibility, and a love for your interests.

And artiwu would love to have more content!

Current columnists are listed below under the form.
What type of column would you like to cover?
your name
your email address
what topics you
would like to cover
anything else you have
to say about your column?
Current artiwu columnists
Macintosh news and tidbits
Erik Maldre '97
  Macintosh news and tidbits.
read past columns

Juried Show Venue
Laura Kesselring ('97)
  There are a lot of "How-To" and advice articles out there on the reasons for and the process of entering juried art exhibitions. However, I have found that this information is sometimes irrelevant and unrealistic for the emerging artist. I have been entering juried shows for 3 years and have recently had some success. So, I decided to share the knowledge I have gained from experience in this area, so that if any of you are interested in pursuing this venue, you will know the real score.
read past columns

new york art scene,
art on web
Tracey Hendel ('96)
new york art scene, art on web

Even if a topic is already covered, you can cover it too!
(Remember, you can make a post to artiwu anytime you want. You don't have to be a columnist.)

Any questions? Confused?
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