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‘Collage: A Journal of Creative Expression’ invites faculty, staff, alumni submissions

The staff of MTSU‘s arts magazine, “Collage,” is accepting submissions from all Middle Tennessee State University faculty and alumni for the spring 2020 edition of the journal.

"Collage" logoSince 1968, “Collage: A Journal of Creative Expression” has been a student-produced, biannual magazine of creative arts. Submissions are accepted year-round and are reviewed and selected by the “Collage” editorial staff. It is housed in the University Honors College.

While the journal primarily focuses on student work, all MTSU faculty, staff and alumni are encouraged to submit their best creative works to “Collage.” This includes poetry, prose, photography, paintings, short plays, digital drawings, short films, songs and art of any medium.

Anthony Czelusniak

Anthony Czelusniak

“Allowing faculty, staff and alumni submissions is a great way to showcase the talent of those who have gone through the MTSU programs and the talent of those who guide our students to success,” Editor-in-Chief Anthony Czelusniak said. “It’s important that we give them a bit of the spotlight too.”

To submit work to “Collage,” visit www.mtsu.edu/collage/submit.php. Up to four submissions are allowed per person. The submission deadline is midnight Monday, Feb. 10.

With more than 20 awards, “Collage” is the premier magazine for students to exhibit their creative abilities. For more information, visit www.mtsu.edu/collage.

— Randy Weiler (Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu)

Artist Margaret “Maggie” Strahle of Nolensville, Tenn., is an MTSU junior art major, with a concentration in graphic design concentration. Her work appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of “Collage.”(Painting by Maggie Strahle)

This acrylic painting, “Felicity,” by artist Margaret “Maggie” Strahle of Nolensville, Tenn., appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of MTSU’s creative arts magazine, “Collage.” Strahle is an MTSU junior art major with a concentration in graphic design. (Painting by Maggie Strahle)

The front cover for “Collage’s” fall 2019 publication.

“Collage’s” fall 2019 issue is available online as a PDF by clicking on the cover image above. Submissions also are included at Soundcloud and YouTube.


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