Welcome to Foothills, the University of Denver's undergraduate visual and textual magazine since 1946. At Foothills, we recognize the vitality that art brings to a community and strive to showcase high-quality and innovative works produced by undergraduate students. Every spring we publish a journal that highlights the work of undergraduate students. We accept poetry, prose, and 2D visual art (drawings, paintings, photography). All students are welcome to submit works. If you are an artist, writer or have a creative side, you should think about submitting your work.
Please send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foothills Magazine is the University of Denver's yearly showcase for student art.
What are we looking for? Everything from photos, poems, short fiction, music, and essays to visual representations of sculpture and mixed media pieces!
As required by the SOC Bylaws, your organization must have a President, VP and Treasurer. (If you are new organization and you plan to elect these, they can be changed after initial registration/renewal.)
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.
If you would like to be a part of the Foothills staff, please email us at: email@example.com. Our faculty advisor selects the editor in chief, who then selects section editors.
If you would like to submit pieces for publication:
Please email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Up to three simultaneous submissions are accepted.
Please type submission and specify visual art, poetry, or prose in the subject line (i.e. Submission-Poetry). Limit poetry submissions to around 32 lines and prose submissions to 1500 words.
Please attach works as a .doc file for text submissions or .jpeg for visual submissions. Photographic images must be 360 DPI.
Foothills Magazine is the University of Denver's yearly showcase for student art both visual and textual.
What we're looking for? Everything from photos, poems, fiction, to visual representations of sculpture!
Less than 10
Required for student organizations. It must have the physical signatures of the new president and advisor, as well as a recent date.