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Since we live in the suburbs, locations available to host events are pretty scarce. And, if they do exist, they’re generally pretty pricey or pretty ugly (ever tried to host a gallery at a run-of-the-mill hair salon?). So, to remedy that, we decided to produce Proxart Magazine. Consider it our little 24hr online gallery wherein, as opposed to simply featuring a few pieces of an artist online, we’ve hand-selected a number of suburban artists to profile, interview, and photograph so you can have an inside look at what they do and how they do it.

Proxart Magazine is a quarterly publication.

Queries for Proxart Magazine: If you’d like, please send a one paragraph query to Gia Hughes ( Go ahead and include a summary describing your article, an approximate length and a date that you think you could have it in our editor’s hands. [Note: You don’t have to query a story before submitting it. This is just in case you’d like to run your idea by us before you spend time writing the whole thing.]

Submissions for Proxart Magazine: We prefer our submissions as Word attachments (and we prefer our scotch on the rocks). Your name and a 140 character or less bio should be included with your submission. Submissions to the magazine are – at this time – on a donation basis (byline and bio are compensation). Please double-check spelling and grammar before submitting. All articles will be edited for length, grammar, content, style and tone. Please send all submissions to

Dig this: Our community/readership is culturally and artistically savvy, and they’re looking for you to point them to people and places who produce incredible art and promote sincere community in the middle of a culture of information overload.

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