We've received a donation of approximately 20 art books, and they are looking for a good home! They range in topic from art-making to arts criticism to art photography but are all in good condition.
If anyone is interested in one of the below books, please contact us, and we will send it over to you. Teens, teachers, adult CC supporters... all are welcome to ask for a book! Items will be provided first-come, first-served.
Cut Sleeve Stories, an organization dedicated to supporting queer and questioning pan-Asian youth, has just opened submissions for their zine! Fiction/nonfiction prose, poetry, visual art, photography, and photo essays are all accepted. You can also choose to submit your work anonymously if you'd prefer. Click here to learn more or submit.
Submissions are open through June 24th.
Student Art Spaces is looking for art and writing submissions for their new, teen-curated zine, which aims to provide a voice to underprivileged and underrepresented youth. Their first issue will be about a current problem facing artists: COVID-19.
Specifically, the organization is looking for submissions about your experience during this unprecedented time; they want to know about your reactions to current events and politics, observations, and feelings.
The deadline for submissions is April 11th. Contributors will receive a free copy of the zine.
Click here to submit your work.
If you wish to remain anonymous, please indicate so in your submission message.
Third Charm Films is specifically looking for teen actors of color to fill some roles in their upcoming television series, Hetero. More information below:
Synopsis: Five misfit friends scramble to save their school’s Gay Straight Alliance from an unsympathetic principal while facing the ups and downs of being queer in high school. If there’s one thing Quinn, Zel, Sarai, Dahmer, and Mickey aren’t, it’s Hetero. After an outburst based around Shakespeare being super gay sends them to the office, they must scramble to recruit the school’s heterosexual population to gay straight alliance. Selling themselves out as “gay best friends” to the school’s population, they learn about love, pride, and ultimately, how to be (or not to be) Hetero.