Creative membership:
Artistically share nature's fascinations with the world

Art has long had a big gap with science, with its own restrictions and barriers of entry within the industry. Yet, art supplements science to help us understand and build an appreciation of the planet - vital while facing the climate crisis and global health issues.

That's why at NatureVolve our community of artists and researchers unite to communicate valuable ideas about nature and our place on the planet to the world. Members contribute to NatureVolve digital magazine by sharing their personal stories, inspirations and insights.

 

Through the creativity of the arts, we make knowledge open, understandable and engaging with diverse worldwide audiences. Membership is invite-only for those who are in scope to contribute. Members have opportunities to present projects to NatureVolve's global audience, participating in the below timeline as much as they wish.

Timeline of membership journey

Month 1 - Get started

  • Set up your membership profile

  • Send us links to your site/s

  • Receive editorial guide and if applicable, interview questions.

  • Access archive of all NatureVolve digital issues.

Month 3 - Publication!

  • Receive pre-copy for final checks and approval

  • Publication of story in NatureVolve digital magazine.

  • Receive full copy of issue, also sent to our 3K subscribers.

  • Receive issue snapshots for social media sharing.

Month 5 - Blog & social

  • Blog post created about art project.

  • Snippets of media and highlights from art series distributed on social media channels with links.

Month 2 - Prelaunch prep

  • Submit your requested content and receive editorial feedback.

  • Announcement of story released on NatureVolve's social media networks.

Month 4 - Distribution

Distribution to online outlets:​

  • Researchgate and Academia - option to be listed as a co-author

  • Issuu - create mobile-friendly page about story, searchable in google.

  • Pressreader - sent to libraries and public readers worldwide (soon!)

Month 6 - Synthesis

  • Flashback: an art piece published in next magazine issue as well, cross referencing previous story.

  • Permanently add project links to NatureVolve's art pioneers page with links to social posts.

Expansion & ease

  • A story reaches hundreds of readers and online viewers each month. 

  • A safe way of exhibiting to the masses at a distance from others (being online).

  • Sharing on social media networks with over 10K followers and over 3K subscribers.

  • Easy time saving process with editorial help.

  • Participate as much as preferred.

  • Cancel any time.

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How to join

We carefully select creatives illustrating key aspects about the natural world or our place on the planet that align with the themes of our issues.

If you have been invited to contribute to NatureVolve with a story about your particular art project, you qualify to sign up right away for Creative Membership.

This gets the process started for the creation of your story by the upcoming content deadline and secures your place in the publication plan.

Benefits include:

  • Be a part of our unique science-art community.

  • Be the first to get exclusive updates.

  • Editorial guidance.

  • Blog and social media opportunities.

  • Permanent profile and links on NatureVolve site.

  • Access archive of all previous NatureVolve issues.

  • Creative membership

    £14
    Every month
    Recommended for individual creatives
    Valid for 3 months

Membership fees are kept affordable so we can make NatureVolve easily accessible.

As an independent creative community, we fully rely on these for covering the costs of our editorial, design, publication and distribution costs, as well as keeping NatureVolve digital magazine open-access.

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Artist interview
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Photography interview
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Leslie Holt NeuroBlooms Art published in the Scicomm section of NatureVolve

What contributors have said

Kerry McPherson

@KerrySilvaMcph   

BoldedScience.com

"NatureVolve is a wonderful online magazine that allows scientists the opportunity to communicate with creativity. I highly recommend that others work with NatureVolve to promote their science and ideas, it's fun and easy!" 

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Have any questions about the editorial process or membership?

 

Haven't been invited to contribute and wonder if you qualify?

Contact our Editor for any questions by email: Clarissa@naturevolve.com

 

 

Questions & Answers are shown below

When is the article publication, how does that fit in with membership?

The publication date is in month 3, before media distributions for maximum worldwide reach (to over 3K). You may wish to end membership in month 6, at the end of the above timeline, but if you continue it is possible to repeat the process shown in the timeline if you have project updates, or would like to share a new sub-topic.

Can I leave, with no strings attached?

You can leave your membership any time, there is no commitment. Keep the membership for how ever as long you want to continue to contribute to NatureVolve's platform, to gradually grow more viewership and awareness of your project. It is recommended to stick around till at least month 3 if you are planning to publish an article in the next magazine release. After that, the focus will be to distribute the story further globally.

Can I continue my membership after month 6?

You are welcome to continue your membership after month 6, which would restart the editorial timeline (from month 1 shown in the above timeline). This means you can do another story in the magazine after your first, as long as it takes a different angle, is an update, or focuses on a different, but related sub-topic. 

Why is a membership fee required?

NatureVolve is an entirely independent community relying on membership fees to distribute our publication freely to others, helping to make science more accessible for diverse communities. The fees are kept affordable so there is no barrier of entry to contribute, though they are used to cover our editorial, design, distribution and overall publication costs.