Manor House Quarterly 9

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Manor House Quarterly fuses the scope of a literary journal and the aesthetics of a visual arts magazine. Through the collaboration of individuals with mediums that range across many artful expressions, it is our goal to demonstrate the outcome and beauty when diverse fields of art communicate and listen to one another with their work. Each issue provokes our contributors to reflect on various images within a theme. We encourage our contributors to explore their imagination in a way that showcases their progressive work within their field, while also investigating the depth of an idea. Manor House Quarterly is committed to maintaining a contemporary presence within the art community; we especially wish to challenge common notions when conceptualizing art. To do this, we seek insights from art contemporaries that inform the content and process of art making.

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Last Updated: 23 Mar 2017
Date Added: 04 Jul 2012

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