Thursday, August 28, 2014

Local arts organizations, submit your events for the Fall Arts Preview issue

Posted By on Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 10:46 AM

As all of us look to make the most of the last days of summer, here at the Inlander we're already thinking months ahead into the fall and winter. Work on the annual Fall Arts Preview issue, out on Sept. 18, is in full swing. If you are involved with a local arts organization — a theater, gallery, performance group or any other arts-related endeavor — here's what you need to know to get your events included in that issue's massive, 14-page calendar listing events from mid-September through the end of the year. 

click to enlarge Last year's Fall Arts calendar.
  • Last year's Fall Arts calendar.

Important dates: The deadline to submit arts events for the Fall Arts calendar is Thursday, Sept. 4, by 5 pm. However, early submissions are always appreciated. The calendar timeline is Sept. 18-Dec. 31.

Events that qualify for listing: Because this is an arts-focused issue, we are mainly looking for events that fit into general categories of theater, visual arts, words (poetry, author readings, lectures, etc), film, cultural events, comedy and music, both classical and non-classical. 

What to submit: The basics — event name, date(s) and time, cost, contact information (a website and/or phone number for readers to find more information) and a brief description of the event. You can also submit any images that directly pertain to the event (photos from past years or event posters are always great. Please don't send stock photos or logos.).

How to submit: With our new-ish website that launched almost a year ago, users can directly submit their events to us online at inlander.com/getlisted. This method is our preferred way to receive events because it ensures that users aren't missing any critical pieces of information, and it also let's us get your events up online faster than any other submission method. The Listings Editor (me) typically logs in daily to edit and approve user-submitted events. 

The second method is to email your fall schedules to [email protected]. Make sure to include the details listed above, and to send your events before or by Sept. 4. That's a week from today! 

Please direct any questions about the Fall Arts Preview calendar to Chey Scott at [email protected] I look forward to compiling all your events so the community knows what to look forward to this fall.


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