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ART NORTH Magazine
ART NORTH is a quarterly print magazine that celebrates the work of contemporary visual artists, craftmakers, and venues throughout Scotland and the Far North.
Published from the Northern Highlands of Scotland and distributed internationally, the magazine also highlights the cultural connections that exist between Scotland and her neighbours in the Nordic, Scandinavian, Baltic and Arctic territories (as well as Canada’s Maritime Provinces and Northern Territories, too). Our definition of ‘neighbours’ is deliberately broad, whether they be geographically close, or ‘neighbours of the mind.’
To achieve the broadest possible coverage of the arts and crafts that we report on, our team of writers and critics (located in twelve countries) has been assembled to fully represent even the remotest of locations – from Fair Isle to the Faroe Islands, Tromsø to Tiree. If Art North is about anything, it is about stimulating interest in the very best work being made today at the most northerly of European latitudes.
We welcome contact from artists, makers, galleries, and visual arts venues, and encourage submission of press/media releases that offer us the best chance of covering exhibitions, events, conferences, symposia, and artists’ talks. Please note that we work three months in advance of publication, so timely delivery of information is appreciated.
We also actively encourage ‘Guest Blog Posts’ for the Art North website, too; especially where they present a self-reflective view on professional practice, offering our online audience insights into the working life of artists, makers, curators, or those involved in collaborative initiatives.
Art North is published by Hatchet Green Ltd.