Monday, October 01, 2007


2008 Art & Addiction Book, Published by the Johns Hopkins University Press
Putting a Human Face on Addiction and Recovery

Deadline for Submissions: March 1, 2008

Sponsored by:
Innovators Combating Substance Abuse Program at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Supported by:The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The Innovators Combating Substance Abuse Program announces a Call to Artists whose original art will be selected to appear in a forthcoming book on art and addiction to be published by the Johns Hopkins University Press. The Innovators Program, supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is a national program based in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.

The purpose of the proposed book is to provide a stimulus to change the way America views addiction by using the visual arts to put a human face on addiction and recovery. Creativity and artistic expression play a significant role both in recovery and in raising awareness of the personal toll caused by substance abuse and addiction. The proposed book on addiction art is intended to complement and serve as the companion volume to the editors’ book on addiction science, Addiction Treatment: Science and Policy for the Twenty-First Century (JE Henningfield, PB Santora, WK Bickel (eds), Johns Hopkins Press, October 2007).

For submission guidelines and additional information, please contact the Innovators Program at (443) 287-3915 or visit


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