Common Ground: an Annual Female and Non-binary Artist Zine
We are currently accepting submissions to our inaugural group zine. We are seeking to feature artists focusing on photography, ceramics, collage work, textiles, painting, installation art, and printmaking. We are delighted to be curating alongside artist Kory Jean Kingsley for this issue. 
Kory Jean Kingsley is a multidisciplinary artist currently based in Vermont. Her work focuses on dry plate photography, natural dyeing, quilting and ceramics. Kory received her BFA in photographing and printmaking from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2015. After graduating from SCAD, Kory moved to Portland, Oregon to pursue her career in photography. During the six years she resided in Oregon, Kory worked as an artist assistant, a photo lab monitor, professional inkjet printer, and opened a gallery called Here/There. Her work has been included in several print publications and she has exhibited her work around the country and abroad.

Guidelines: While the intent of this publication is to feature contemporary artists, we welcome the opportunity to share your written works in the form of poetry and short written pieces.
Each artist may submit a maximum of 5 files to be considered. There is no fee for entry.
We're encouraging artists in all stages of their career to submit work to be included in this printed publication. The only requirement is that the artist submitting the work identifies as a woman or as non-binary. Artists maintain all rights to submitted artwork.


General Submissions:

We want to see your work! We are currently accepting book proposals to be considered for FALL/WINTER 2022 collaboration with a focus on thematic, project-based contemporary art.

Submit your book proposal as a PDF to

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