Red Door

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Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
Red Door Magazine is a quarterly Arts & Culture publication meant to document the work of creators everywhere, as well as facilitate new conversations on important matters for our communities in a local and international way, through the linking of themes, collaborations, interviews and hybrid events that can expand the reach of independent voices and remarkable projects. Reaffirm your origins, be proud of your culture, of your talent, of your fears, doubts, and emotions. Share them. Urban intervention, poetry in everything we see and do, no dress code. The proposal of Red Door was created as an approach of interaction and continues to be precisely that: a network of like-minded individuals and the possibility of new collaborations together. Information and rebirth through culture and technology, in each page, in each segment. Take this space as an invitation to step out of the box, break the format and the royal run around, and be part of the action. Show us what you’re made of, how your life is changing others, give everyone a chance to come in and be a part of your projects, your dreams, your story.

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Instagram, Facebook
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Primary Editor/Contact Person
Elizabeth Torres
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Editor in Chief
Submissions Policy
Sustainability, community engagement, BIPOC stories, LGBTQ work, disabled artists and mental illness activists and any voices in need of a platform need only reach out, but no matter who you are, if your message is of tolerance and If what you read in Red Door Magazine resonates with what you do, then let us know about your projects and work.
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Simultaneous Submissions Accepted
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Year round
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Back Issues Available
Unsolicited Manuscripts Accepted
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