Who We Are
Cellar Roots is Eastern Michigan University’s Fine Arts magazine. We are a student-run organization, so any EMU undergraduate student can join the Cellar Roots team!
What We Do
Every academic year, Cellar Roots publishes a collection of EMU student art and literary work. Artists can submit their work to Cellar Roots to be considered for publication in the annually released magazine.
Established in 1971, the purpose of EMU’s award winning fine arts magazine is to provide students a vehicle for publishing their work. Since it lost university funding in 2012, Cellar Roots has been working very hard to rebuild itself. It is still completely unfunded and student run, but that is changing! The 2021-2022 publication year promises to be big for Cellar Roots.
“Students with these varying backgrounds should have a magazine whose name has something in common with all. The “Roots” symbolizes the deep growth and natural expansion that is creativity. The “Cellar” is the man-made thing that comes closest to the roots.
-Warren Brown, 1971 Cellar Roots Editor-in-Chief