"A3 Magazine is a brand new  seasonal digital and print publication dedicated to celebrating Black and Brown artists, creatives and visionaries. The magazine casts light on how Black and Brown creativity is impacting the world with a unique perspective and an unapologetic execution, bridging the gap between the worlds of fine art and street art with the common thread of building 'Community over clout.'"
"Since 1913, Art in America has published groundbreaking critical insights about contemporary art and culture. Each monthly issue features exhibition reviews, interviews with leading artists, and in-depth essays by critics, curators, and scholars at the forefront of their fields."
See link in MavScholar: https://link.mnsu.edu/artinamerica
See also the website: https://www.artnews.com/c/art-in-america/
See also the print collection: https://link.mnsu.edu/aiaprint
"Founded in 1902, ARTnews is the oldest and most widely circulated art magazine in the world ... Published in print four times a year, it reports on the art, people, issues, trends, and events shaping the international art world."
See link in MavScholar: https://link.mnsu.edu/artnews
See also the website: https://www.artnews.com/
See also the print collection: https://link.mnsu.edu/anprint
"Black Art in American is a multifaceted arts company based in Columbus Georgia. Since 2010 [their] mission has been to document, preserve and promote the contributions of the African American arts community."
"Since 1995, [they] have been a mega-zine dedicated exclusively to exploring independent creative action. Published four times a year, each issue of Broken Pencil features reviews of hundreds of zines and small press books, plus comics, excerpts from the best of the underground press, interviews, original fiction and commentary on all aspects of the indie arts."
See the website: https://link.mnsu.edu/brokenpencil
"As the world's most widely circulated ceramics magazine, Ceramics Monthly lets you indulge your artistic curiosity, instructs you on techniques and styles, and introduces you to the world’s most interesting artists!"
See link in MavScholar: https://link.mnsu.edu/ceramicsmonthly
See also the website: https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/magazines-subscriptions/ceramics-monthly/
See also the print collection: https://link.mnsu.edu/cmprint
"Founded by Richard Coyne and Robert Blanchard in 1959, Communication Arts is the premier source of inspiration for graphic designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, advertising agencies, interactive designers, illustrators and photographers—everyone involved in visual communication."
See the website: https://www.commarts.com/
See also the print collection: https://link.mnsu.edu/commarts
"Hi-Fructose began as a quarterly print art magazine, founded by artists, Attaboy and Annie Owens in 2005. Hi-Fructose focuses squarely on the art which transcends genre and trend, assuring readers thorough coverage and content that is informative and original. Hi-Fructose showcases an amalgamation of new contemporary, emerging as well distinguished artists, with a spotlight on awe inspiring spectacles from round the world."
"[Their] mission is to engage with the field of artists books by means of critical discourse and creative exploration of the intersections of book arts, artists books, poetry, photography, experimental literature, printmaking, graphic design and other book-related creative endeavors."
See the link in MavScholar: https://link.mnsu.edu/jab
"Juxtapoz launched with the mission of connecting modern genres like psychedelic and hot rod art, graffiti, street art, and illustration, to the context of broader more historically recognized genres of art like Pop, assemblage, old master painting, and conceptual art. Although based in San Francisco, Juxtapoz was founded upon the belief in the virtues of Southern California pop culture and freedom from the conventions of the "established" New York City art world."
"Sugarcane Magazine is a Black art and culture media company. Black culture is the most recognized culture in the world and influences every corner of humanity. With the rise in Black visual art along with music, dance, design, and literature, Sugarcane Magazine controls the cultural currency of Black people."