ArtsRush Magazine

ArtsRush has been on the web since 1997, starting out as a South Coast NSW arts magazine, eventually evolving to cover art from all across this blue planet. Arising from her passion for all things creative, editor, Colleen Duncan, established the site as ‘Rush – online arts’ to add to the voice of South Coast arts. Colleen also runs a busy graphic design/editorial business, HOLLY HILL GRAPHICS on the NSW South Coast. We will continue to cover visual arts, performance, poetry … sometimes subversive but never boring. Because we’ve removed just about all the content from the old ArtsRush site, we’d love to hear about your story ideas.

Website : http://artsrush.com.au/?p=589

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Artibus et Historiae

Artibus et Historiae: The idea of publishing a new art journal was conceived in the late seventies and realized after the International Congress of Art History in Bologna (1979). Thus IRSA Publishing House was brought into being and the first number of Artibus et Historiae came out in 1980.
The International Institute for Art Historical Research (IRSA - Istituto per le Ricerche di Storia dell'Arte), as a publishing house, was founded with its headquarters first in Venice (1979-1982), then in Florence and Vienna, and recently (since 1996) - in Cracow, Poland.
The title of our art journal - Artibus et Historiae - comes from the very private experiences of its founder, Józef Grabski. ARTIBUS is an inscription on the fronton of an old and very prestigious art exhibition hall ("ZACHĘTA", founded in 1860) in his native Warsaw. The second part of the title, ET HISTORIAE, is a tribute paid to the Countess Karolina Lanckorońska, professor in art history and editor of historical sources for the Polish history in her own "Institutum Historicum Polonicum" in Rome, Italy.
The specific sign of IRSA and Artibus et Historiae - a symbolical representation of a winged angel standing firmly on a balance, held in his own hands - comes from a Renaissance painting by Lorenzo Lotto (Portrait of a Man, Collection Doria Pamphili, Rome) and symbolises the Platonic idea of internal equilibrium between the spiritual and the physical aspects of the activities and existence of man.
Artibus et Historiae is a journal dedicated to the visual arts, published by IRSA Publishing House. The lavishly illustrated articles cover a broad range of subjects, including photography and film, as well as traditional topics of scholarly art research.
Artibus et Historiae particularly encourages interdisciplinary studies - art history in conjunction with other humanistic fields, such as psychology, sociology, philosophy, or literature - and unconventional approaches. Thus it is hoped that the current trends in art history will be well represented in our issues.
Artibus et Historiae appears twice a year, in hardback. The articles are in one of four languages: English, Italian, German, or French, at the author's discretion.

Website : http://www.artibusethistoriae.org/?menu=art&gdzie=artibusList

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Art Elite

Art Elite Online Magazine, published by David Jacobson with the help of International Art Association Artist Universal, is directed towards artists - it has articles from which they can learn new techniques, information on magazine competitions, and news on other exhibits, etc. They can read about various galleries, find out about residencies and other programs.
It is geared also to collectors - they can learn about many artists they may previously not have had access to or information about. We want to attract attention to those artists, first of all, who, from our point of view, deserve more attention.

Website : http://www.artelite.org/

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Aperture Foundation

Aperture—a nonprofit foundation dedicated to promoting photography—was founded in 1952 by photographers Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, and Minor White; historian Beaumont Newhall; and writer/curator Nancy Newhall; as well as Melton Ferris, Ernest Louie, and Dody Warren. With scant resources, these visionary artists created a new quarterly periodical, Aperture, to serve photographers and photography enthusiasts worldwide. Aperture has maintained the founders’ spirit throughout its history—in terms of its editorial freedom, its experiential nature and the confluence of disparate sensibilities and approaches that may converge in any given issue of the magazine. The aim is to foster both the development and the appreciation of the medium and its practitioners.

Website : http://www.aperture.org/

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Aesthetica explores the best in arts and culture. Founded in 2002, Aesthetica Magazine is the only British arts magazine to cover literature, visual arts, music, film and theatre.
We explore the varied nature of the arts and recognise the combination of different art forms into one cultural whole.
We publish features, interviews, news and reviews. We believe that the arts are interdisciplinary with many artists blurring the lines between genres and crossing boundaries in their work.
With 45,000 readers and national distribution through WH Smith and Borders, Aesthetica Magazine extends far and wide.
Aesthetica Magazine is published bi-monthly with issues being released: 1 February, 1 April, 1 June, 1 August, 1 October and 1 December.

Website : http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/index.htm

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2D Artist Magazine

A Downloadable PDF Magazine for Concept Art, Digital & Matte Painting creatives around the globe. 2DArtist Magazine will focus on techniques, tutorials, interviews, articles, project overviews and galleries. We will have news and reviews too but we find that these topics are best covered by the online news and CG sites that thrive on daily updates. Our magazine will focus on becoming more of a timeless resource for artists to turn to again and again whether you view it from your screen or choose to print it off.

Website : http://www.2dartistmag.com/

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It has taken decades, and the efforts and enthusiasm of many individuals, to make Tate what it is today. In a continuation of this, our magazine TATE ETC. carries the name – with an additional 'ETC.'. Inspired by the gallery but independent of it, TATE ETC. explores the visual arts scene on an international scale. Tate’s collections, events and projects are the starting point to project the themes and contexts of art far beyond the boundaries of the four galleries.
From essays to interviews, from ancient Tate archives to cutting edge studio work, TATE ETC. follows the work creating the most interesting debate, and explores its context, history and meaning. Within these features, we blend the historic, the modern and the contemporary to show that art does not exist in a vacuum, but is rooted in many traditions.
With Henry Tate's legacy as a springboard, TATE ETC. has gone on to become the largest art magazine in Europe.

Website : http://www.tate.org.uk/tateetc/

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WORD, Toronto's Urban Culture Magazine is an essential one-stop guide to music, urban culture, entertainment and news. WORD delivers quality editorial and a comprehensive guide of entertainment choices that appeal to diverse, trend-setting, college-educated, urban consumers with active lifestyles and money to spend.

Website : http://www.wordmag.com/index.html

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The Dance Current

The scoop, the action, the issues, the artists! Inclusive of all genres, The Dance Current is a magazine that takes the reader inside the art and culture of Canadian dance. Regular issues include artist profiles, interviews, feature articles, opinions and critical commentary from people in the profession, plus a calendar of events that keeps readers informed about upcoming performances.
The Dance Current is also an indispensable resource and communication tool for the dance professional. The magazine offers free performance listings and a wide range of advertising options for the promotion of performances, events, products and services. Available by subscription and by single copy at selected newsstands, The Dance Current is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Canadian dance.

Website : http://www.thedancecurrent.com/home.cfm

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The Claremont Review

The Claremont Review was first published in 1991 by a team of masochistic editors who saw a need to provide young adult writers with a legitimate venue to display their work We publish 120 pages of poems, short stories, short plays, graphic art, photography and interviews twice each year, spring and fall. Most of the work we publish is by Canadians, but we welcome submissions from 13-19 year olds from anywhere in the English speaking world. We have published writers from every province in Canada, nine U.S. states, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa. We take serious writers seriously.
The editorial staff run The Claremont Review on a volunteer basis and all of our editors are writers themselves. We not only publish successful writers, we encourage those working toward success. ALL submissions accompanied by a S.A.S.E. (self-addressed, stamped ensvelope) receive a written comment on their work. Published works are often submitted several times.
Since our inception we have published hundreds of literary and visual artists, many of whom have gone on to gain publishing credits elsewhere. In 1999 we were voted “Literary Magazine of the Year” by Write Magazine. In 2001 one of our published authors, Nick Melling, was included in Canada’s Journey Prize Anthology which publishes in book form the best published stories in Canada each year.

Website : http://www.theclaremontreview.ca/index.html

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Room is Canada’s oldest literary journal by, for, and about women. Published quarterly by a group of volunteers based in Vancouver, Room showcases fiction, poetry, reviews, art work, interviews and profiles about the female experience. Many of our contributors are at the beginning of their writing careers, looking for an opportunity to get published for the first time. Some later go on to great acclaim.
Room is a space where women can speak, connect, and showcase their creativity. Each quarter we publish original, thought-provoking works that reflect women’s strength, sensuality, vulnerability, and wit.

Website : http://www.roommagazine.com/index.html

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Queen's Quarterly

In 1893, the Queen's Quarterly first appeared, having been founded by George Monro Grant, Sir Sandford Fleming, and John Watson, among others. Over the past century, the Quarterly has survived many a difficult time, manifesting what one of its former editors described as "the stubbornness of living things." The journal's commitment has always been to offer both the academic and the general reader a lively collection of analysis and reflection, in fields as diverse as international relations, science policy, literary criticism, travel writing, economics, religion, short fiction, and poetry.
Joyce Carol Oates, Sinclair Ross, Margaret Laurence, and W.O. Mitchell are among those who found a home in the Quarterly before eventually being recognized as major Canadian writers. And in more recent years the Quarterly has published the insights of such writers as Michael Ignatieff, Robert Fulford, and Mavis Gallant.
Early in his term, the Quarterly's present editor, Boris Castel, asked veteran designer Peter Dorn to update the journal's look. The result is a much more visually engaging layout, with more artwork and photography and a fresh, open appearance. The attractive new format fits well with the Quarterly's century-old commitment to creating a place for vigorous intellectual discussion outside the cloistered preserve of the specialist.
The Quarterly carries no advertising, aside from the occasional literary promotion, and so it relies on the support of the university, the Canada Council, and the Ontario Arts Council. Subscriptions have increased dramatically over the past ten years, underlining that the Queen's Quarterly's first priority must always be its readers.
As the editor recently told an interviewer, "We are always trying to satisfy the curiosity of the congenial reader, the general reader who wants to be both educated and entertained, a reader who appreciates an intellectual overview of the world. In many ways, I think what the Quarterly does is an extension of the university's mandate. It goes beyond the confines of the physical campus to take fresh, new ideas to our readers. I think there will always be a need for a reflective forum of this sort, one which gives priority to ideas."

Website : http://www.queensu.ca/quarterly/index.htm

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Une référence dans le monde de l'art contemporain. En français et en anglais avec des traductions. Des numéros thématiques sur toute l'année. Un numéro par année consacré à une ville émergente pour l'art contemporain. internationale. Des artistes et des auteurs aux horizons variés. Des points de vue d'artistes. Des essais sur l'art et sur des problématiques esthétiques ou théoriques. Un laboratoire de pensées. Des chroniques sur les nouvelles parutions de livres. Plus Para-para-, un journal qui commente l'actualité de l'art.

A reference in the world of contemporary art. In both French and English, plus translations. Thematic issues all year round. One issue a year dedicated to an emerging metropolis for contemporary art. Artists and authors of various disciplines. Artists' point of view. Articles on art aesthetics and theoretical issues. A laboratory for ideas. Column on recent publications. Plus Para-para-, a broadsheet on exhibitions, events and current topics.

Website : http://www.parachute.ca/index.htm

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Founded in 1967, the year of Canada's centennial, Mosaic is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to publishing the very best critical work in literature and theory. The journal brings insights from a wide variety of disciplines to bear on literary texts, cultural climates, topical issues, divergent art forms and modes of creative activity. Mosaic combines rigorous scholarship with cutting-edge exploration of theory and literary criticism. It publishes contributions from scholars around the world and it distributes to 34 countries. In North America, Mosaic is read by subscribers in almost every state and province. It can be found in over 500 of the world's major university and college libraries.

Website : http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/mosaic/

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Legacy Magazine

Legacy, Alberta’s heritage, arts, and culture magazine, was first published in January, 1996. Since that time, well-known Alberta writers have shared their insights and experiences about the way in which Albertans create, celebrate, and preserve our enduring arts and cultural heritage. Each issue of this full-colour, quarterly publication features events, programs, the arts, architecture, photo essays, people, and places. A full-colour quarterly publication, Legacy’s regular departments cover destinations, gardens, profiles, books, food, music, and provocative ideas.

Website : http://www.legacymagazine.ab.ca/index.html

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Grain Magazine

Grain magazine published its first issue in June 1973, a gestetner edition with stapled, taped bindings, and with cover art on a card-stock cover by a then new artist Joe Fafard. The first edition, edited by Ken Mitchell, Anne Szumigalski, and Caroline Heath included writings by Robert Kroetsch, George Bowering, Robert Currie, and John V. Hicks, and cost $1.00. A subscription cost $2 a year, or $5 for three years. This was the first of a series of semi-annual issues.
In 1976, Grain began publishing three issues a year, and then in 1981, moved to its present quarterly - four issues a year - state.
Throughout all these years, Grain has published the best new writing from Canada and abroad, approximately 2000 pieces of writing and over 220 art images, many of them from Saskatchewan. Grain editors over the years have been: Ken Mitchell, Caroline Heath, E.F. Dyck, Brenda Riches, Mick Burrs, Geoffrey Ursell, J. Jill Robinson, Elizabeth Philips and currently, Kent Bruyneel.
Grain has grown up with a generation of literary magazines, and is proud to be alive and flourishing after nearly 30 years of life. This success is due to the readers, and contributors, but also to primary funding sponsors: Saskatchewan Writers Guild (publisher-in-chief), Sask Lotteries, Saskatchewan Arts Board, The Canada Council and The Canada Magazine Fund.

Website : http://www.grainmagazine.ca/

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Geist Magazine

Geist is published four times a year by The Geist Foundation.
Geist is a magazine of ideas and culture made in Canada with a strong literary focus and a sense of humour. The Geist tone is intelligent, plain-talking, inclusive and offbeat. Each issue reflects a convergence of fiction, non-fiction, photography, comix, reviews, little-known facts of interest, poetry, cartography and the legendary Geist crossword puzzle. At the heart of our enterprise is the imaginary country that some of us inhabit from time to time, and which often has something to do with Canada.

Website : http://www.geist.com/

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Existere was founded and first published in 1978 as a student-run journal covering literature and poetry. In 1980, the journal began publishing regular issues. Over nearly three decades, Existere has largely published as a quarterly, but in recent years has published semi-annually. Content, focus, and presentation has varied widely over the years, but has always included poetry and short stories as its core. Photography, reviews, art, essays, and postcard stories, novel chapters, and much more have appeared on our pages. Existere will continue to be a student-run journal and publish fiction, photography, and art, but will also add more non-fiction, reviews, and criticism as we grow.
How do you pronounce Existere? It depends who you ask. Our name comes from Latin and means "to stand out" or "to stand apart." Therefore is should be pronounced ex-iss-TAIR-AY. However, being that Latin is not in as common usage as it once was, many refer to our name as EX-ISS-STAIR. Either is fine. We're just happy to have you pick up a copy and enjoy our contributors.
For those of you inclined to peruse the Internet in more detail, Existere has a listing on Wikipedia and a site on Facebook.

Website : http://www.yorku.ca/existere/currentissue.html/

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Now in its 37th year of publication, Event is a celebrated literary journal where new and established talent--in fiction, poetry, non-fiction and critical reviews--will be encountered. Event also serves as a touchstone for writers seeking advice and critique. Our magazine aims to unite the writing and reading community, enriching the life of our readers.
We are proud of our Annual Event Creative Non-Fiction Contest, established in 1987, the longest-running annual contest of its kind in Canada.
Our unique Reading Service for Writers, established in 1993, provides affordable, high-quality editorial feedback to scores of writers, some of whom go on to be published in Event or elsewhere and win literary awards.
Event annually solicits and publishes a selection of "Notes on Writing"--brief, personal insights into the writing process by an eclectic mix of established and emerging Canadian writers.
While over its three-decade history Event has historically placed an emphasis on narrative, our editorial mandate is to cast a wide net and publish both accessible and challenging writing. We do not pursue a particular agenda in literature, save for excellence in expression and intensity of experience.
Our journal thrives on a balance of both traditional narrative and formally innovative works of poetry and prose.
The majority of our content remains unsolicited.
Event covers feature the work of up-and-coming Canadian photographers.
Through its role as the Douglas College Review, Event serves as a creative and cultural ambassador for the College, while the College acts as home and patron of the magazine. We value and nurture the relationship between Event and the Douglas College community.

Website : http://event.douglas.bc.ca/community/event-magazine.html

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Le mandat du magazine ESPACE est de faire l'analyse, de porter une réflexion et de faire la promotion et la diffusion de la sculpture contemporaine. Unique périodique au Canada consacré à ce champ disciplinaire, ESPACE publie des textes en français et en anglais.
Édité à Montréal, le magazine ESPACE a comme objectifs de desservir la communauté artistique à l'échelle du Canada, tout en s'ouvrant sur la scène internationale par le biais de correspondants à l'étranger.
Publié depuis 1987, le magazine ESPACE se veut un outil privilégié de recherche, de connaissance et d'information s'adressant à la fois aux praticiens, aux collectionneurs, aux étudiants et aux professeurs, ainsi qu'aux divers acteurs du domaine culturel et aux amateurs d’art.
Parmi les dossiers thématiques publiés récemment, notons : la sculpture et l’humour, les mots dans la sculpture et l’horreur dans l’art.
Au niveau de sa présentation visuelle, ESPACE a toujours le souci de maintenir cette qualité graphique pour laquelle elle a obtenu le « Prix d'excellence » de la Société de développement des périodiques culturels québécois (SODEP). Une conception graphique qui, axée sur la créativité, se veut un support le plus adéquat possible au contenu rédactionnel, favorisant et stimulant la lecture tout en offrant une documentation visuelle abondante pour les lecteurs.

Website : http://www.espace-sculpture.com/index.php?lien=edition

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Now in its third decade, Descant is a quarterly journal publishing new and established contemporary writers and visual artists from Canada and around the world. Begun in 1970 as a mimeograph, Descant has evolved into an exquisitely produced journal of international acclaim. Over the years many ground-breaking special editions of Descant have been published, including issues focusing on single artists such as Dennis Lee, Michael Ondaatje and R. Murray Schafer, theme issues such as Male Desire, Romantic Love, Anatomy and Music, and issues exploring the culture of countries such as India, Australia/New Zealand, China, the former Yugoslavia and Japan. Descant is devoted to the discovery and development of new writers, and to placing their work in the company of celebrated writers. The standards are high – all of the many submissions received are carefully read, but only a few are accepted. Many emerging writers have launched their careers at Descant, some have gone on to become prominent players in the literary community. Renowned authors such as Anne Michaels, Timothy Findley, Evelyn Lau, Margaret Atwood, Isabel Allende, Tom McGuane and Jane Urquhart have all published new work on the pages of Descant. Share in the discovery of great writers such as these. Be stimulated by the ideas, moved by the visuals: read Descant today.

Website : http://www.descant.ca/news.html

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Dance International Magazine

Dance International Magazine brings readers global coverage of both classical and contemporary dance, four times a year. Each issue features in-depth commentary and gravity-defying photographs by some of the best in the business.

Website : http://www.danceinternational.org/index.htm

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Canadian Children's Literature

Housed at the Centre for Research in Young People's Texts and Cultures (CRYTC), CCL/LCJ: Canadian Children's Literature / Littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse is a bilingual refereed academic journal with the purpose of advancing knowledge and understanding of the texts produced for children in Canada a range of media in English, French and other languages. Produced under the sponsorship of the Vice President (Research) and the Dean of Arts at the University of Winnipeg, CCL/LCJ publishes sound theoretically informed scholarship about all aspects of texts for children in Canada in both of Canada's official languages. We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). We also acknowledge the financial support of Canada's SchoolNet (Government of Canada) and the University of Guelph Library for our searchable index.

Website : http://ccl.uwinnipeg.ca/

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Canadian Architect

Canadian Architect is a magazine for architects and related professionals practicing in Canada. Canada's only monthly design publication, Canadian Architect has been in continuous publication since 1955. This national review of design and practice documents significant architecture and design from across the country and features articles on current practice, building technology, and social issues affecting architecture. Canadian Architect has been honoured with numerous awards and nominations in the Canadian Business Press annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards and has also been recognized in Canada's National Magazine Awards.

Website : http://www.cdnarchitect.com/default.asp?WT.svl=Home_Logo

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C Magazine

C is Canada's premier magazine on international contemporary art. In addition to emphasizing international-Canadian links in its mandate, C's editorial staff and contributors are posted around the globe, writing variously from Berlin, LA, and London, as well as major international art festivals such as the Venice Biennale, Art Basel and the Armory Show.C's publishing history is over 20 years strong, having published its first edition in 1984. Its long-term stability has been supported and nurtured by the volunteer board of directors who oversee C The Visual Arts Foundation, a registered not-for-profit organization.C's main office is based in Toronto, Canada and publishes quarterly on March 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1. The magazine is published with the assistance of the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council and the Government of Canada's Publications Assistance Program.C is distributed to retailers throughout Canada, the United States and Europe and has a number of Asian subscribers. Its content is indexed in ARTbibliographies, the Canadian Business & Current Affairs Index (Micromedia Ltd.), BHA (Bibliography of the History of Art) and is available online in the Canadian Business & Current Affairs Database.

Website : http://www.cmagazine.com/index.html

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Brick is one of the best, if not the best, journals of ideas published in the English-speaking world - a gathering of ideas from writers who think, and thinkers who write, in familiar and popular genres: the old-fashioned book-review, the personal essay and memoir, the interview, letters, even the obituary. As my mother, with undisguised fear, used to say of some of my more vivid friends, Brick has character.
Russell Banks

Website : http://www.brickmag.com/current/

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Border Crossings

Border Crossings is a quarterly cultural magazine published in Winnipeg and edited by Meeka Walsh. Its subject is contemporary Canadian and international art and culture, which the magazine investigates through articles, columns, reviews, profiles, interviews and portfolios of drawings and photographs.
Border Crossings crosses both disciplinary and geographic boundaries in its coverage of the visual, performing and the literary arts. The magazine’s interest is in the edges where new art is produced.
Exploring the boundaries of culture with intelligence, wit and style, the magazine covers all areas of contemporary art. Border Crossings takes its readers in the freshest directions: from painting to performance, from architecture to sculpture, from video to film.
Border Crossings is renowned for its interviews with significant and interesting art makers and recognized for its consistently beautiful design and exacting production values. The writing and photography portfolios consistently win awards and it is noted as a ground-breaking magazine—read internationally, recognized and cited in other publications.

Website : http://www.bordercrossingsmag.com/1

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BlackFlash Magazine

BlackFlash Magazine isn’t just about contemporary art; we’re producing it.
BlackFlash: Lens Site Scene reflects critically on lens-based and advanced media art practices. You’ll see provocative art and ideas that concern producer and viewer alike, including profiles, interviews, reviews, feature articles, and artist projects from both emerging and established artists, writers, and curators. BlackFlash serves a sophisticated readership that is interested in a wide range of contemporary art practices, and in a magazine that continues to both comment on and uniquely contribute to art production in Canada. Our collaborative philosophy and editorial practices make for a highly innovative, sometimes controversial, and visually stunning magazine.
BlackFlash Magazine is published by Buffalo Berry Press Inc. three times a year in Saskatoon, SK, designed by Glenn Mielke, printed by Keystone Graphics, and mailed by Early Mailing & Printing.

Website : http://www.blackflash.ca/index.html

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The Arc Poetry Magazine

Arc: Canada's National Poetry Magazine was founded in Ottawa in 1978. The Arc Poetry Society was established in December 1996 as a federally regulated not-for-profit organization . The Society's mission statement is:
To nurture and promote the composition and appreciation of poetry in Canada and abroad, with particular but not exclusive emphasis on poetry written by Canadians.
To publish, promote and distribute Arc: Canada's National Poetry Magazine as the Society's tool to nurture the work of poets in Canada.
To organize and administer awards, contests, public readings and other events that nurture and promote the composition and appreciation of poetry.

Website : http://www.arcpoetry.ca/

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Applied Arts

Applied Arts is Canada’s premier magazine of visual communications. For more than 20 years, we have delivered gorgeous imagery, strong opinion, timely information and essential industry insight to our readership of senior creative professionals in graphic design, interactive design, advertising, photography and illustration. Our six yearly issues include two highly prized references—the Photography & Illustration Annual (July) and the Design & Advertising Annual (November). Applied Arts is your window on the very best creative work produced in this country and abroad.

Website : http://www.appliedartsmag.com/index.php

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Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Adbusters is a not-for-profit, reader-supported, 120,000-circulation magazine concerned about the erosion of our physical and cultural environments by commercial forces. Our work has been embraced by organizations like Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, has been featured in hundreds of alternative and mainstream newspapers, magazines, and television and radio shows around the world.
Adbusters offers incisive philosophical articles as well as activist commentary from around the world addressing issues ranging from genetically modified foods to media concentration. In addition, our annual social marketing campaigns like Buy Nothing Day and TV Turnoff Week have made us an important activist networking group.
Ultimately, though, Adbusters is an ecological magazine, dedicated to examining the relationship between human beings and their physical and mental environment. We want a world in which the economy and ecology resonate in balance. We try to coax people from spectator to participant in this quest. We want folks to get mad about corporate disinformation, injustices in the global economy, and any industry that pollutes our physical or mental commons.

Website : http://www.adbusters.org/

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