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Spectrum 27 Call For Entries


Arnie Fenner

It's that time of year again: the Spectrum 27 competition is now open for entires! All professional and student artists, art directors, publishers and artists’ representatives are invited to submit entries to the 27th Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art. Work chosen by the jury will be featured in full color in the Spectrum annual, the peer-selected “best of the year” collection for the fantastic arts. This year's Call for Entries Poster (shown above) was…

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Raising an Artist: Art School Admissions


Lauren Panepinto

November 7, 2019 - Very frequently I get asked for advice from artists and non-artists who are parents of children who are developing artists. They ask for advice at many stages, and I thought since there are undoubtedly a number of parents reading Muddy Colors who might like to be able to refer back to advice on raising an artist. The parts are going to be a bit out of order, but we're starting with the hardest bit: Admissions. I know we've been debating whether Art School is worthwhile, but let's assume you've decided that already and made your way through the flowchart. There are lots of reasons why Art School is very useful, especially if someone wants an education that is not just in art. Many universities have art schools within them, and it can be a way…

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