Honorarium available for DC artist essay series

One of the Subspace series artworks by artists J. T. Kirkland

The arts magazine Bourgeon and non-profit news site The DC Line are partnering to commission a series of first person essays from professional DC area artists to document how coronavirus and quarantine are impacting creative life and process. Essays are expected to detail the artist’s creative process, and how it has been impacted by the […]

Creative Conversations in Quarantine

Starting April 30 with Washington Post theater critic Peter Marks join Day Eight’s Arts Writing Fellowship and Cove Coworking for a series of conversations with creative leaders once a week during the corona quarantine. All events are free and to ensure interaction attendance at each is capped at 10. Use the individual date eventbrite links […]

Submission period open for interfaith poetry anthology on the topic of consolation and loss

Day Eight is developing a new interfaith poetry anthology reflecting on consolation and loss to bring together DC-area poets of faith, and to serve a reading public that may benefit from their wisdom, and experience. The poems will be selected by Susan Meehan and Robert Bettmann and the submission period will be open April 1st – […]