FAQ – How to Write an Exhibition Review

ArtSlant loves to hear from our community. Writing reviews of shows you've been to is a great way to contribute! You must be a registered user to write reviews on ArtSlant.

To write a review about an exhibit that is listed on ArtSlant, find the exhibition in our Calendar. On the exhibition listing page you can select write a review from the column of actions on the right side of the page:

Enter a title, and then add the text of your review in the text box. Use the text editing tools to change the font, add images, and links. For example:



All reviews go live immediately on ArtSlant once you click Save. The review will be visible on the Exhibition listing page, the Venue listing page, and your profile. Once you hit Save, you can re-open the text editor page to make changes by clicking on edit article to the right side of the article.



Put the Author's Name at the bottom of the article and include a link to your Artist or Writer Profile.


If you are copying articles from other publications and pasting them onto ArtSlant as reviews, BE SURE to give proper credit to the originating source, and include a link to that source.

If you have opened an ArtSlant profile as a writer, curator, or artist, all your reader reviews will be archived on your Profile page under the Reviews tab—this is a great way to develop a writing portfolio that is easy for the public to access.

Please keep your reviews appropriate for the community. Anything deemed objectionable or inflammatory can be removed by ArtSlant without prior notification.


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