Open call for artists, John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank in Lexington

The John G. Irvin Gallery at Central Bank in Lexington, Kentucky was created in honor of arts promoter John Irvin to promote Kentucky’s visual artists. Located at 300 West Vine Street, the bank displays its art collection on floors two and three.

How Can You Benefit from Publishers’ Efforts to Diversify Their Author Base?

Traditionally, leading publishers have favored publishing books written by established academics in top universities. While much of this seminal research is critically important in laying the foundations in many fields, oftentimes potentially groundbreaking research from smaller universities or from underrepresented populations hasn’t been afforded the same opportunity to be seriously considered by leading publishers.


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