Dress Practice Collective: call for submissions

Broken arm and photograph by Greg Climer

Dress Practice Collective
Parsons The New School for Design

Editors: Alessandro Esculapio, Sara Idavacage, and Laura Peach

Call for Submissions on Fashion & Healing

The Dress Practice Collective invites you to submit to the first issue of our new publication exploring the subject of “Fashion & Healing”. We are looking for original pieces of writing and visual media. Content may include (but is not limited to): photography, drawing, painting, poetry, interviews, fiction, non-fiction and academic writing.

We invite contributors to address the following questions:
How does fashion heal?
How do fashion and healing intersect?

Submissions must be received by April 15, 2013 via e-mail at: DressPracticeCollective@gmail.com
Notice of acceptance/request for revisions: April 20, 2013
Publication Date: May 16, 2013

Contact: DressPracticeCollective@gmail.com

Mission Statement:
The Dress Practice Collective is a New School student-run organization aimed at joining elements of visual culture, fashion theory, design studies and personal practice through a variety of media. We hope to spark conversations and initiate collaborations between students, faculty and members of the greater community. The organization was founded in Spring 2013 for the purpose of presenting exhibitions, organizing workshops, hosting film screenings and publishing original content.

3 responses to Dress Practice Collective: call for submissions

  1. Helen Burdfield says:

    I’m studying a phd in this area and wondered if anything had been published for this yet? Would be good reading
    Thanks in advance!

    • Helen Burdfield says:

      Thanks timo! Will take a look shortly.
      Any further info /updates you have in this subject area or 3d printing for fashion, I would be greatful if you could drop me an email
      Thanks again

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