At Slow Art Day, we welcome guest posts from the educators, curators, and artists who host Slow Art Day events around the world.
Posts should be:
- short (no more than 400 words)
- connected to art, artists, and the art of slow looking
- written with language that is both accessible (light on jargon and “art speak”), personal, and passionate
Here’s a good example of the kind of writing we like to publish:
Hedy Buzan writes with a depth of knowledge about the artist, but with ordinary words and a passion for this artist. She provides a video where he takes a slow look at a painting at The Met and a link to an essay he wrote in 1981. She concludes with a terrific quote from the artist that helps the reader think in a new way about art and the act of creating it.
To send a post for us to consider publishing, please take in mind the above and email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (or, if you are a host, then you know how to directly contact us).