The Citizen Literary Fellowship is a paid, comprehensive ten-month fellowship designed to support a person who is interested in learning more about the publishing industry through an introductory, hands-on experience. Through substantial project-based work in the editorial and marketing/publicity departments, the fellow will gain a broad base in publishing and be prepared to launch or further a career in the field. Graywolf Press is flexible … Continue reading Graywolf Press Seeks To Increase Access To Publishing By Offering A Paid, Ten-Month Citizen Literary Fellowship
My name is Lester Willis and I am sure you are not familiar with me, but I am one of many who work behind the scenes The Art Of Monteque. We are The Art Of Monteque Team and are very proud of it. I am writing this article to let you know we have been hit very hard by tragedy, loss, and sickness from our … Continue reading New and Unfortunate Developments With The Art Of Monteque
Sometimes you have the honor of meeting a person of such profound abilities and insight that words simply can not express the total meaning of who they are. The talented artist William Winbush is that kind of person. So we will let artist William Winbush tell you his story. I am from East Chicago, Indiana. I started paintings early in life, in my teens. … Continue reading William Winbush: An Artist Who Paints Wonders
Growing up in Los Angeles Melissa Solis has always wished to be a part of her community in some way. Los Angeles is full of vibrant people and opportunity around every corner. Melissa Solis is looking forward to putting her works out into the world and finally becoming a part of her home town’s culture. Art has always been my number one form of … Continue reading Melissa Solis: Displaying The Reality Of Expression
Joe Ded (aka Joe Walsh ) who was born in 1982 in Montclair California is a self taught artist. It is not surprising because where could one possibly learn such an extraordinary style? Joe Ded is a strange man who possesses a mysterious and boundless imagination. His inner world is full of fantastical images which he exorises onto the canvas. He captures them brilliantly with … Continue reading Joe Ded: An Artist Of The Inner World
Rebecca Heinicke studied special needs education and abnormal psychology in Grand Rapids, Michigan and spent several years working with children and adults who have various physical and mental development delays or disorders. Through this experience, she became passionate about spreading awareness and equalizing the views between people of the same flesh. Rebecca Heinicke has since combined her dedication for pursuing human equality and … Continue reading Rebecca Heinicke: An Artist Building Compassion Within Humanity
I paint like a pig playing in a pool of mud. “In India, we eat with our fingers. We basically do everything with our hands. So why not paint? It gives me more of a tactile connection with my medium. Artist Mohan Sundaresan works around La Jolla,California, restoring and refinishing the interior of many fine houses. When he comes home, he goes out to … Continue reading Mohan Sundaresan: An Artist With An Invitation To Openness.
Born in Rochester, New York in 1960, Timothy Frink always enjoyed drawing as a child. While attending school at East Jr./Sr. High School in Rochester, New York; Tim became interested in painting when he saw the older kids painting pictures during an art class. After convincing the art teacher that he possessed the fundamentals necessary, he was taught the basic skills of painting. Timothy continued … Continue reading Timothy Frink : A Natural Born Artist
Fresh from numerous live performances in Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and Park City, UT, Honey Rose Records recording artist Peppina has announced an official showcase performance at the 2016. SXSW. She’ll be performing at an official 2016 SXSW showcase at Stephen F’s Bar & Terrace at the InterContinental, Saturday, March 19, 11:00PM, located at 701 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701. Earlier that day, at … Continue reading FINNISH POP ARTIST PEPPINA ANNOUNCES Official SHOWCASE PERFORMANCE AT 2016 SXSW, AND WASHINGTON, DC’s AM FEST.
By: Vernon Nickerson Edited By Colleen Page Director Ido Mizrahy is a masterful storyteller. Whether it is fiction or nonfiction he interweaves his stories masterfully with humility and modesty. Director Ido Mizrahy storytelling is refreshing yet it is a powerful investigative force that shine a light on the heart and conflicts of his subjects. The particular subject Director Ido Mizrahy has chosen to … Continue reading A conversation With Director Ido Mizrahy Who Has A Passion For His Art
By : Alystar McKenneh-O’Neil Gored is a feature length documentary about Antonio Barrera, the most gored matador in modern history. Antonio Barrera takes us through his life and explains why he became a matador. While Antonio describes his relationship with the bull as his closest relationship even more so than his wife. He becomes more relatable, even if you are against bullfighting every … Continue reading A review Of “Gored” A Life And Death Defying Dance Of Love
By: Vernon Nickerson Edited By Colleen Page Images by: Ann Marie Amick To say artist Peppina is both humble and wise is an understatement. Yes, she is very young, but unlike her counterparts there is a gentleness and profound compassion in the way she carries herself. Her music not only is compelling, but it also speaks to the soul. The Art Of … Continue reading Indie Songstress Peppina: An Artist With An Heart Of Gold
By: Vernon Nickerson Edited by: Colleen Page Images by: Filmmaker Sue Rowe The Art Of Monteque first met Filmmaker Sue Rowe during The 2016 Sundance Film Festival. She was absolutely charming and showed a profound passion for filmmaking, but little did we know at the time just how passionate about social issues she was. Filmmaker Sue Rowe, is a dramatic actress with depth … Continue reading Filmmaker Sue Rowe: Showing Wings Of Courage To Showcase A Violent Issue
Artists Are The Reflection And Recorders Of What Is Happening In History And Society. If you thought it was hard to get into Harvard then you have never dealt with The Art Of Monteque. We are looking for artists with something to say who are passionate about what they do and how they do it. While we do not have a submission fee … Continue reading Nothing Should Keep One From Discovering Passionate Artists.
We at the Art of Monteque are very grateful for the support and the readership we have received. It is with humble gratitude that we thank all of you. We have tried to to be a place were our readers can discover new artist, new stories, different ways of thinking and being. It has been our honor to showcase wonderful new voices and … Continue reading Delayed Publications
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