Exciting Times Ahead for Aesthetica Magazine
Launched on 1 April 2008, Issue 22 of Aesthetica Magazine brings new additions, fresh content & design, as well as exciting opportunities. The new and sleek issue of Aesthetica Magazine marks a new era for the publication.
After five years of accepting submissions for Aesthetica Magazine, and due to the ever-increasing volume of submissions, we have decided to run an a annual competition, which is open to artwork, photography and creative writing.
The Aesthetica Annual Creative Works Competition will result in the production of the Aesthetica Annual Publication.
Issue 22 of Aesthetica Magazine is dynamic
This new issue of Aesthetica is very exciting. We’ve vamped up the design and added some brilliant new sections. All in all, we feel that it is the best issue produced to date! Aesthetica gives you the most current and up-to-date information on British arts and culture. Inside Issue 22, there are features on the awarding winning poet, Sean O’Brien, as well as Stella Duffy discussing her new book. In art there is the Jerwood Contemporary Painters – 20 emerging artists, Ethics and authenticity in the Double Agent exhibition, the first British Design Awards, nostalgia through photography and finally abstract space with Nigel Hall’s sculpture. In film, new release, My Brother Is An Only Child, and in music Sweden’s Surrounded and New York’s Tall Firs, while in theatre the Belarus Free Theatre, as well as a round up of the best productions this spring.
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Aesthetica’s approach is fresh, accessible and up-to-date. It is the only British arts publication that views the arts as interdisciplinary.
Editor, Cherie Federico, says, “Issue 22 is brilliant. With it’s new sections, sleek design, and dedicated ethos to the arts, you can find everything that you need to keep up to date with the sector.”
Check out a copy of Aesthetica Magazine today at WH Smith, Borders, or from our website. www.aestheticamagazine.com
Founded in 2002, Aesthetica Magazine is the only British arts magazine to cover literature, visual arts, music, film and theatre in one single issue.
Monday, 7 April 2008
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