Tabling tomorrow!

Look out for Quarry posters on campus this week, and continue to send in your submissions!

We'll also be tabling tomorrow by the cage during dinner, so come say hi and get any questions answered! 😊

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Seriously funny

Sometimes we don't need to take ourselves so seriously.

We hope you appreciate this bit of humor as the weekend wraps up...and remember, we accept all kinds of art and lit submissions to the Quarry, including comics and cartoons!

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THE QUARRY 2019 submission period is NOW OPEN!

The Quarry 2019 submission period is NOW OPEN! Submit all your poetry, prose, visual art, photography, film, and whatever artsy creations you have to be reviewed for publication in this year's edition! Submission details can be found on the Submit page of the website, located here.

For inspiration, we'll be sharing past Quarry art and literature over the next couple weeks...to kick off the submission period, enjoy this work from the 1979 edition of the St. Olaf Literary Magazine.

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Quarry submission period opens NEXT WEEK!

Happy second semester! Spring is a particularly exciting time for the Quarry, since we’ll be accepting student submissions and compiling this year’s edition of the magazine! We are so excited to read and review all of your wonderful works this spring, and to witness the diversity of talent and artistry of St. Olaf students.

Our submission period is February 14th - March 3rd, and our documentation day is Friday, March 1st. We accept all kinds of art and literature; for more detailed guidelines, check out the updated Submit page on the website. We will be tabling at the spring co-curricular fair on Monday, February 11 (this Monday!), which will be a great opportunity to ask any of the Quarry editors about the submission process.

We look forward to receiving all your submissions—good luck and happy creating!

The Quarry’s history began with the St. Olaf Literary Magazine…contribute to the history of this publication by submitting your work this year!

The Quarry’s history began with the St. Olaf Literary Magazine…contribute to the history of this publication by submitting your work this year!

A spooky student arts mixer!

Come to Groot Gallery TOMORROW NIGHT (Monday, October 29th) from 8-9 p.m. to come hang out with students interested in art! There will be lots of yummy food, fun crafts, live music, and more!

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First event of the year!

We’re already one month into a new fall semester, which means a new year of The Quarry has begun! Join us on Friday, October 19th from 4-7 p.m. right by the quad on Buntrock Plaza for a marbling party and live music! Marbling supplies will be provided…just bring your creative self (and your friends!).

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"Portrait of Unknown Persons 3" by Evan Weselmann

Today on the blog we are posting an ink drawing done by Evan Weselmann titled "Portrait of Unknown Persons 3"

Remember the submission deadline in ending soon!! Get your creative works in by Tuesday, March 6th for consideration for the 2018 issue!

We can't wait to see all of your submissions!

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Submission period now open!

Hello all, thank you so much for your continued support over the years! Our 2018 submission period has now opened. Please feel free to send in your poems, prose, visual art, digital media, audio dance and performance works before March 6th.

*Dimensions and materials must be submitted with art works

From now to the end of our submission period, we will be posting some beautiful works submitted for the 2017 edition. Today we are featuring a graphite drawing from Ally Christensen '18 titled "Self Portrait."

 

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Cheers to a Great Year!

Thank you to all who submitted work, attended events, applied to become an editor, and created with us in the 2016-2017 school year! We are really proud of not only the fantastic magazine we created together, but of the innovation, vulnerability, and boldness of the St. Olaf campus as a whole. 

For those of you who didn't have the chance to take a magazine, feel free to read and share on our site.