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Dear reader!

 If you love art history as we do,

 feel that you want to share this love with other people,

have the impression that you have to make the art accessible to everyone,

love writing or want to try this,

we are looking for you!

We just love art history. In DailyArt Magazine art history gains the voice it deserves. Our mission is to present art history stories in the most compelling and fun way. It doesn’t matter if you are a teacher, housewife, nurse, student or ballerina. All we need is your passion, engagement and willingness! We are looking for authors who can write interesting, brief and light articles that will enlight days of our readers. This is not a boring scientific magazine! You can write about what you like the most. We need people interested in all art periods and styles, various techniques and motifs. If you’re fixed on some art topic and people think you’re crazy…it’s even better 🙂

Peder Severin Krøyer, Hip, Hip, Hurrah!, 1888, Gothenburg Museum of Art

Peder Severin Krøyer, Hip, Hip, Hurrah!, 1888, Gothenburg Museum of Art

What’s important now we attract around 50.000 readers in a month! What we can offer you is to add your name to our Authors Team, sign your text by a short bio written by yourself and of course social media promotion. We will tag you in every post that contains your article. If you run a blog, website, fanpage or special Instagram account- we could tag them! Currently combining our multiple accounts we have more than 15.000 followers on Twitter, and 80 000 fans on Facebook.


In the end, the saddest issue – we can’t offer you any salary, but we hope this horrible situation will change…

So if you’re interested, would like to know more and join our team – please write us an email at [email protected]. We will ask you to write a sample of a text and who knows… maybe you will become one of us.

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Art historian; she wishes she could go to the exhibition of modern art with Marcel Duchamp, take part in Tadeusz Kantor’s happening or …drink a damn good coffee with Agent Cooper.

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