Humanitas - Call for Submissions!
Alex Clarke firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the time of the year to show us your colors, your words, your thoughts, and your creations. If you've always dreamed of seeing your work in print, if you've secretly been spending each waking minute honing your art and your craft, or even if you are just looking to add to the "Publications" section of your CV by nurturing your growth as an artist - we hereby formally invite you to submit your work to the 18th edition of MUSC's Humanitas.
Sponsored by the Humanities Committee, Humanitas is a collaboration of artistic works from the staff, faculty, and students of MUSC. As an institution, we are all very proud of the patient care we provide the community and the fount of scientific knowledge we generate for the medical field. Our goal at Humanitas is to highlight the humanistic qualities that drive these endeavors.
Every year, Humanitas, Each year we publish a journal of prose, poetry, and visual arts from the ranks of MUSC and are always thrilled by the range and talent of the entries we receive. We know this year will exceed all of our expectations! View our past issues online at: http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/humanities/humanitas.htm
We offer a $100 prize to the top submission in each of our categories:
Music - New!
This year, I'm excited to announce that for the first time ever, we have the much anticipated addition of auditory submissions. We all know that there are are countless talented authors, poets, artists, and photographers at MUSC, but we also know that there are many incredible musicians in our ranks, and we think it's important to shine a light on all of our talented creators. If you've got an original song, composition, or vocal track that you're proud of, we want to hear it! You can send us your music in any format that works for you (YouTube videos, mp3s, WAVs... you name it).
Join us this year by submitting any and all of your work via the following submission form:
Our deadline for submissions is January 24th, 2014.
Please include the title of your work in the Description Box. For all digital format submissions, the higher the resolution the better! Scanning your work is a good way to do this. People have also taken photographs of their work in the past. If you have any questions or problems with the form, please contact us at email@example.com. Since this will be our first year dealing with auditory entries, you may also feel free to directly contact Benson Langdon (firstname.lastname@example.org) or David Young (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns regarding auditory submissions.
Send us your work and feel free to leverage some peer pressure to make your colleagues do the same! Thank you so much for contributing to the rich history and creative community we are building here at MUSC.