Welcome!

This is the official Submissions Page for the 2017 edition of SIGNATURES magazine - we are eager to make this 32th issue absolutely brilliant. We want art in all forms, representing who you are as an artist; we want to see what happens when your creative vision gets a chance to travel from your sketchbook to the rest of the world - so don't hold back! We're more likely to accept work that we feel has an excellent aesthetic (the more original, the better) and is very well done/interesting to the viewer.
Send us your best work -- we look forward to checking it all out (and make sure you follow the guidelines below)!

  • The submission must be your original work (if your piece is a collaborative effort, mention the other artists in the statement section). 
  • You must be a current RIT student in the 2016-2017 Academic Year.
  • Make sure you read instructions thoroughly - each category has a slightly different set of guidelines, including file types and resolution. 

Poetry
Please limit your submission to 5 poems.

Fiction 
Please limit your submissions to 4,000 words.

Creative Non-Fiction
Please limit your submissions to 4,000 words.

Hybrid Works
Please limit your submissions to 10 pages.

Text/Image Works
Please limit your submissions to 10 pages.
Ends on 2/28/2017
  • Printmaking, Drawing, Painting Illustration, Comics (Sequential art): If possible please provide a scanned .jpg
  • Graphic Design and Photography: Please provide .jpg's of your work.

  • JPEGS should be 1200 Pixels on the long edge at 72 PPI

Please submit a .mov file or provide a working URL where your piece may be viewed (we do not accept password protected sites).

Please provide a .MP3, .MP4, or .WAV file of your tracks or a working URL where your tunes may be heard (we do not accept password protected sites).

*NOTE* Please keep your tracks under 5 minutes long
Please provide a .jpg image or PDF include images of your piece.

JPEGS should be 1200 Pixels on the long edge at 72 PPI

*HINT* A PDF allows for multiple views of a single piece.