UNIQUE

 

UNIQUE Magazine

UNIQUE is an Art and Literary Magazine that shares the artistic visions and voices of individuals with disabilities. UNIQUE represents the power of art to express, educate, and inspire.  Art comes in many forms and the creative work published in UNIQUE includes poems, paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, computer-based art, and mixed-media works.

The magazine is published annually in the fall by ARISE and distributed throughout Central New York to display the creative work of artists and writers with disabilities living in Central New York.

 

The 2020 submission packet will be available in Spring 2020

(download the submission packet to your computer before you open and fill out the .pdf. The form will not save if you fill it out in the web browser)

 

The 2019 Edition of UNIQUE is Sponsored by:

The Drescher Corporation
New York Council on the Arts
Tania S. Anderson
Ed and Susan Judge.
Maurie Heins
Newschannel 9
Everson Museum of Art


Download 2019 UNIQUE Magazine (PDF)

2019 Original Art For Sale

 

UNIQUE has four main goals:

  • To publish deserving artwork and literature in recognition of its intrinsic artistic and literary value;
  • To share the artistic visions and voices of individuals who have disabilities with the public, increasing awareness of the capabilities of persons with disabilities;
  • To initiate conversation around art and literature that inspires, educates, and enlightens; and
  • To share the experiences of persons who live with disabilities, and their joy with accomplishing freedom, success, and independence.

Exhibition Schedule

Dates and locations for UNIQUE. See UNIQUE’s exhibit schedule.

Previous Magazines

 

See previous editions of UNIQUE Magazine. Read past UNIQUE Magazines.

Submit Work

Calling artists and writers with disabilities in CNY. Learn more about the submission process.

FAQs

Get answers to some frequently asked questions. Read the UNIQUE FAQs.

 

UNIQUE Magazine is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.