How to Get Published in CPS and Beyond - FREE Webinar

26 Oct 2012

Have you ever opened a copy of Cloth Paper Scissors magazine and wished you could see your own artwork and techniques featured inside? Well, wishing won’t make it so, but there are steps you can take to improve your chances. And I'm going to tell you how to do it!

Editor Jenn Mason
Editor Jenn Mason
How to Get Published in CPS & Beyond
Free 1-Hour Webinar, Nov. 8, 2012, 1-2 p.m. ET

 
In this free one-hour webinar, I'll explain what the Cloth Paper Scissors Team looks for when choosing art and articles for the magazine, the different entry points for getting published, the all-important do’s and don’ts for submitting your ideas and artwork, plus tips on how to pack and ship your art.

As a bonus, I will discuss other options for getting your artwork seen, including our Cloth Paper Scissors WorkshopTM videos, special publications like Studios and Workshop, and online avenues.

You’ll see examples of submissions that worked and types that didn’t, plus get insight into the mind of the creative magazine editor. There will be plenty of time for Q&A, too. In fact, you can submit questions in advance to me now! Just leave your question in the comments section below this post.

 

As a thank you for joining us, we invite you to use coupon code CPSWRTK5 to receive $5 off your purchase of $20 or more in the Cloth Paper Scissors Shop. But Hurry! This coupon expires 11:59 PM CST on November 16, 2012. Final discounts will be displayed within the cart for qualifying items. Not all items apply.


Watch the recorded event now, and you'll already have taken the first step toward getting published!

Cheers!


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lalyblue wrote
on 28 Oct 2012 12:49 PM

Hi Jenn!

So glad I just registered!

I do have a question: I'm a french mixed media artist and would love to submit my art. I heard that it's better to send you original artwork but this is not easy for me because I'm on the other side of the Atlantic and my artwork is often pretty big (large paintings) or heavy/fragile (plaster, assemblage). What is the best way for me to submit? Prints? Digital files? On a CD or through email?

Thanks if you can address this question in the webinar!

Laly (www.lalyblue.com)

gabi294 wrote
on 28 Oct 2012 1:44 PM

I am an artist with  day job and can not  be on-line for a webinar from 1-2 on a Thursday.  Will there be a recording available for use later?  

viceldor wrote
on 28 Oct 2012 6:01 PM

Hi jenn, I'm from australia and wondering if you will be putting a link up of the webinar afterward, as it might be a little early in the morning for me, lol

Jenn Mason wrote
on 29 Oct 2012 10:11 AM

Lalyblue,

Yes, we'll definitely address your question. I can tell you now though, that we prefer NOT to get original unsolicited art work. I'll explain why in the webinar--so get those submissions ready!

Gabi294 and viceldor--yes, go ahead and register for the class and even though you can't make it, you'll get an email with the follow-up information sent directly to you. If you don't register, the information will still be available but you won't have access as soon--and it won't be mailed right to your inbox!

Jenn

Mia Bloom wrote
on 29 Oct 2012 4:26 PM

Hi Jenn,

Thank you for letting us know that the information will be emailed. I didn't realize that the time was Eastern when I registered. I, too, have a day job.

Mia Bloom

miabloomdesigns.blogspot.com

graffitiinspirations.blogspot.com

on 3 Nov 2012 7:13 PM

Is it good to make projects in different colorways? I love using lime in my work but realize that color may not appeal to everyone. So would it be good to make a project in a "bright" colorway and an "earthtone" colorway?

on 4 Nov 2012 5:04 AM

I'm looking forward to the webinar.  This weekend I met three artists who are using unusual materials to make distinctive, delightful art.  I spoke at some length with each of them and took some photos of their art.  Because neither of them is comfortable with writing and I'm a writer as well as an artist, I wonder if you can use "how she does that" rather than "how I did it" articles.   Cordially, Mary Cartledgehayes

dianamc wrote
on 8 Nov 2012 12:25 PM

I came home from work to see todays webinar and I could not access it.  There were no special instructions prior to the session. This was disappointing.  Frustrating and a waste of my time by interrupting my work day. Too bad the download was not User friendly instead inaccessible

Kittmer wrote
on 8 Nov 2012 2:06 PM

I'm disappointed that I couldn't get into the webinar.  Looking forward to seeing the taped version.

bahomegirl wrote
on 8 Nov 2012 5:04 PM

How do we access the taped version? I registered, but ended up having to be away from the computer this morning. I got the confirmation email, but did not see anything about how to access a taped version.

ct1156 wrote
on 8 Nov 2012 8:13 PM

I too ended up having to work during the seminar time, but I was registered. I need to know how to access recorded version. Hope to see some information soon. Thanks!

Christie Todd

christietoddgmail.com

ct1156 wrote
on 8 Nov 2012 8:13 PM

I too ended up having to work during the seminar time, but I was registered. I need to know how to access recorded version. Hope to see some information soon. Thanks!

Christie Todd

christietoddgmail.com

on 8 Nov 2012 8:18 PM

I really enjoyed this webinar it was full of useful information

on 8 Nov 2012 8:39 PM

How do we access the recording? There was nothing in the registration email about it.

kimb1126 wrote
on 9 Nov 2012 9:19 AM

I registered for this webinar, but could not attend. I am still waiting to get an email with a link to the recorded version. I thought maybe if I clicked the link to the webinar, it might redirect me to the recorded version, but no luck.  When will this be available? Thanks!

Kim D.

on 10 Nov 2012 7:00 AM

Is the link up for the recorded webinar? I tried several times to get on the web, couldn't, so dialed in and listened on the phone. That way I couldn't see the slides, however. I've looked several place on this site, and couldn't find a link to the recorded webinar.

martista wrote
on 10 Nov 2012 5:26 PM

Hello Jen,

I missed the reservation. Would you mind emailing the link to me? It would be greatly appreciated!

Many thanks,

Martista

PattyP wrote
on 12 Nov 2012 6:17 AM

Hello, Jenn-

I also was not able to see the webinar live last week, but was waiting for the link to the recorded version. Have not been able to find info on the link as none was emailed. Would appreciate any help with this.

Thank you-

Patty Pittala

Danielle wrote
on 12 Nov 2012 4:10 PM

Thanks for your feedback and patience everyone! You can find the recorded event and your coupon here: www.clothpaperscissors.com/.../28021.aspx

Enjoy!