MOREHEAD, Ky. (WTVQ/MSU Public Affairs) – Morehead State College college students and alumni who’ve a manner with phrases or a ardour for creating visible artwork will as soon as once more have a nice alternative to showcase their work.
Inscape, Morehead State College’s juried literary and visible artwork journal, is accepting submissions. Competitions are being held for the most effective cowl design, the most effective visible artwork and finest in writing. The deadline to submit work is January 22, 2021.
Prizes are being supplied in each visible artwork competitions, with the first-place prize of $100 for the chosen cowl design. A $100 award shall be given for the most effective paintings submitted for inclusion within the publication. Second, third and honorable point out prizes of $75, $50 and $25, respectively, may even be awarded. You have to be an MSU scholar to enter the visible artwork competitions.
College students and alumni could submit poetry, fiction or artistic nonfiction for inclusion within the publication. For the 2020-21 Inscape, most of the artwork and written work could have been developed throughout quarantine throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, making it a singular version.
Prizes of $100 for first place shall be awarded within the poetry, fiction and artistic nonfiction classes. You have to be an MSU scholar to be awarded a literary prize, however submissions for inclusion within the journal are additionally open to non-students.
Inscape is an annual, student-led MSU publication with an extended historical past of innovative visible and literary artwork. Media and genres of labor vary from prose, poetry, brief story, lengthy narrative, nonfiction and artistic essays to pictures, printmaking, portray, design, drawing, illustration, digital artwork, blended media, pottery and sculpture.
“Inscape has a six-decade historical past at MSU as a student-led, interdisciplinary publication with the editors consisting of our college students. The bulk, if not all, of the annual contributors are college students, and sometimes alums, from a wide range of majors, minors and graduate applications,” mentioned Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido, professor of artwork at Morehead State College. “Inscape is an outstanding alternative for MSU college students to have their literary and visible works revealed in an expert journal at first of their rising careers as students and creatives.”
The publication is coordinated by the Departments of Artwork & Design and English. Extra info, an entire checklist of tips and data on methods to assist Inscape can be found at www.moreheadstate.edu/inscape.