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What Should I Submit?
We are interested in exhibition and event reviews; interviews; pithy and thoughtful stories or accounts (of your research trips, involvement with exhibitions, internships, etc.); opinion pieces; or photo essays. Articles should range from about 500 to 1500 words.
We are not interested in academic papers; conference abstracts; or (excessively) nepotistic reviews. If your idea or piece is not quite right for our blog, we will be happy to discuss other options for submission with you.
If you are interested in making a regular writing commitment, we invite you to pitch your idea for a column. Columnists will write about a topic of particular interest at least once a month.
At the moment, we are seeking columnists to cover IFA lecture series, including the Silberberg and Artists at the Institute lectures.
We are open to other ideas! Please email us to discuss column ideas.
We invite IFA alumni to send us updates on their professional accomplishments or ideas for posts. We are always looking to hear about life post-IFA, and to keep our graduates connected with current students.