Methods of Negotiation / Calls & Submissions

August 3, 2020

Organization Name: Art Music Lit Space

Organization Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: Calls & Submissions

Fee: Free


Art Music Lit Space is accepting work considering “Methods of Negotiation.”
Email submissions to

To further read the co-curators’ thoughts on methods of negotiation, scroll through the current show to “Open Call” here:

Send up to 5 images of your original work, studio or, curated image searches. Send original sound files under 1 minute in length or links to audio and video. Send up to 5 original, previously unpublished, poems or 1 short story (fiction/non-fiction) under 1,500 words, hyperlink-lit or lists; lists of poignant, funny, thoughtful or arbitrary nouns, shopping lists, wish lists, to-do’s, etc.

*All work must be made by the person submitting, unless you are submitting for someone else and have indicated as much. *All work must be previously unpublished unless you indicate where the work or documentation has appeared before and you retain right to re-publish.
***Art Music Lit Space is anti-hate/violence, unless you appropriately critique such gestures. We commit to presenting diverse voices including regional, national and international artists and seek work that comments on the current status of identity and compassion. Send us your protest, radical, activist and social practice work for consideration.

*Quarterly print and digital editions forthcoming, exhibitors receive one (1) free copy.

Art Music Lit Space serves as a locus for artists, curators, writers, lookers, listeners, feelers and thinkers to show, share, and connect despite the nearly global closure of physical exhibition spaces such as studios, galleries, basements, museums, schools, art fairs, fields, etc. AML Space seeks not simply to fill the chasm so suddenly imposed by social distancing measures, but to provide opportunity for a constellation community to probe the chasm together, apart.

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