Women Printers, 18th century engraving CultureWork
A Periodic Broadside
for Arts and Culture Workers

Author Guidelines

   
CultureWork is an electronic publication of the University of Oregon Institute for Community Arts Studies. Its mission is to provide timely workplace-oriented information on culture, the arts, education, and community. For links to other sites of interest, see the ICAS links page.

CultureWork seeks submissions of concise (500-1500 words) critiques and advisories on community arts and the preparation of community arts workers.

Graphics that express the spirit of community arts are welcome, to be published with attribution. Manuscripts should be sent in plain text format (i.e., not MS Word .doc format), via email, on Macintosh or Intel high-density 3.5 inch floppies or zip disks.

Use American Psychological Association guidelines for style and citations.

Send submissions to Maria Finison at mfinison@darkwing.uoregon.edu or via snailmail: care of Arts & Administration Program, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon, Eugene Oregon 97403.

If accepted for publication, authors may be asked to make revisions.

Opinions expressed by authors of CultureWork broadsides do not necessarily express those of the editors, the Institute for Community Arts Studies, or the University of Oregon.

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 ©1997-2001 The Institute for Community Arts Studies unless otherwise noted; all other publication rights revert to the author or artist.

 Editor: Maria Finison.  Advisor: Dr. Douglas Blandy.
Comments to: mfinison@darkwing.uoregon.edu