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Journal for Artistic Research - Call for Submissions


JAR

JAR3
Journal for Artistic Research
http://www.jar-online.net

Info

Submit before Sept 30, 2012 for JAR3 or after this date, for future issues.

Contact

barnaby.drabble@jar-online.net
Barnaby Drabble


Address

http://www.jar-online.net
c/o Faculty of Fine, Applied
and Performing Arts
University of Gothenburg
Box 141
SE-40530 Göteborg

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Call for Submissions

The Journal for Artistic Research invites submissions to its third issue.


www.jar-online.net


The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) is a peer-reviewed, biannual journal, whose goal is to publish original research from artists of all disciplines and promote the renegotiation of art's relationship to academia by coupling an innovative approach to publishing with peer-reviewing and scholarly rigour.

A free, online resource, the journal attracts an international readership. For its third issue, JAR invites original submissions from artists worldwide, with or without academic affiliation, who wish to reflect on and expose artistic practice, processes and research in exchange with a group of engaged peers and, thus, contribute to the ongoing debate about research in the arts.

With the aim of displaying and documenting practice in a manner that respects artistic modes of presentation, JAR uses the Research Catalogue (www.researchcatalogue.net), which provides a free-to-use online writing space where text can be woven together with image, audio and video material. The Research Catalogue also enables collaboration, allowing multiple authors to work on the same document simultaneously. The result is a journal that promotes experimental approaches to 'writing up' and provides a unique 'reading' experience, while carefully fulfilling the expectations of a peer-reviewed academic journal.

It is the aim of the journal to makes use of the multi-media and social capabilities of the web to draw attention to the activities of a growing community of artistic researchers worldwide. JAR is guided by an editorial board that works with a large panel of international editors and peer reviewers from the field of artistic research.

Deadlines for JAR3:

JAR issues are non-thematic; submissions are assessed by the editorial board, in a rolling fashion, as they are submitted.

While JAR2 is in preparation, we invite submissions for JAR3 between now and the end of September 2012.

To submit an article, contributors are required to register for an account on the Research Catalogue, and use the writing space to layout and expose their research. JAR provides editorial guidance and technical help with these processes.

Interested contributors should first contact the journal to initially discuss the suitability of their material and receive advice on progressing towards submission.

Send your correspondence to:
Barnaby Drabble, Managing Editor, Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) barnaby.drabble@jar-online.net

JAR is published by the Society for Artistic Research.