Read the JAR submissions page (link) for information on opening an account with the Research Catalogue, assembling an exposition and submitting it to the journal. Use the detailed tutorials and help guides on the RC (link) to assist you.
if you need further assistance, please contact the Managing Editor (link contact email: [email protected])
The quality of JAR relies heavily on the quality of reviews; so, if you have substantial expertise in artistic research in your fields of interest and are interested in acting as a referee, please contact us Editor (email [email protected]). For further information on the review process please see our Peer Review page (link).
This decision is based on the fact that artists find it difficult to be given permission to use others’ work in the context of their research on the Internet. More restrictive terms may help to convince copyright holders to grant permission to use a particular piece of art that the right holder may legally not want to see circulating on the Internet.
This point relates also to the question regarding Open Access.
JAR is guided by input from the SAR Executive Board and its members
we believe that quality is not democratic, but a question of discussion and argumentation, therefore, we support special-interest forums, allowing a wide range of people to be involved in the strategic developments of JAR:
you can become a member of SAR and attend the Annual Meetings
you can put yourself forward for election to the SAR Executive Board or apply for appointment to the Editorial Board
For additional questions relating to the Research Catalogue, please see the RC’s FAQ page here (link).
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