All submissions will be blind reviewed by at least two members of the Editorial Board and/or reviewers selected by our guest editor. The Editors and the Editorial Board reserve the right to suggest changes and corrections and to decide the final acceptance and publication schedule of manuscripts.
Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the facts represented in their work and for securing permission to quote lengthy excerpts from previously published pieces. Authors are also responsible for securing a signed release for published content, and for providing a copy of the release to the Editorial Board upon acceptance for publication in the Journal. For more information, refer to the College Art Association’s resources on Publishing in the Visual Arts and Images, Sources, and Rights Clearance Agencies. http://www.collegeart.org/ip/ip_image
Authors should not include names or identifying information anywhere within the submission. Any reference to your previous work should be by third person in the article.
This is an open access journal, which means all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Material appearing in this journal is governed by the “Attribution CC BY” Creative Commons License. The CC licenses are available at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/.
Authors or owners of copyright will retain copyright in the published articles and their images, as well as any subsequent reprinting elsewhere. Articles are governed by the “Attribution CC BY” Creative Commons License. Submission to the Journal implies limited consent which allows the University to distribute the author’s work provided no charge is made and provided the authors/owners and the Journal are given credit.
Please fill in all names, titles, and mailing addresses in the prompts and not on the document itself. This is essential since your work will be blind reviewed.
Word limit: 5,000-6,000 words, excluding the abstract and references. APA style, 6th edition, please double space in a readable font. Please do not use footnotes, rather, use endnotes. Word documents only.
Additional Visual and audio material: Artwork submitted can be any kind of illustrations such as line drawings, photographs, or halftones, but all should be digital files of 300 dpi, minimum. All artwork should be uploaded as jpeg formats when submitting. See the College Art Association’s guide for image use: http://www.collegeart.org/ip/ip_image.
Abstract: please include no more than a 150-word abstract and 6 key words that best explain your content.
The author stipulates that the material is not currently under review at another journal (electronic or print) and that he or she will not submit the material to another journal (electronic or print) until the completion of the editorial decision process.
For images not created by the author, the author is responsible for securing permission to reuse any image from the copyright holder of the image.
The Reviewers will look for the following:
Is the work in keeping with the purpose of the Journal? Is it written clearly and does it convey to the reader alternative views that contribute to our understanding of art and teaching and learning?
Does the discussion show connections to the historical framework of the discipline or exemplars, while expanding our perceptions of what is possible?
The Journal welcomes expansive, creatively written manuscripts and artwork that could include poetry, video, photography, interviews, short dramas, and memoirs of historical significance to the arts and teaching and/or what is listed in the formal "Call."Accepted submissions will undergo a visual design treatment by our copy editor. To help with this process, authors will be given more formatting guidelines to follow upon acceptance. Adherence to these guidelines will help speed the final stage of publication.
Please check back here to follow the progress of the upcoming issue:
April 20, 2015: "Call for Submissions" published