The JAR Network Channels offer collections of materials, references and commentary dedicated to the non-English languages, in which we accept submissions. They bring together materials from past JAR issues, from other journals, both on and off the Research Catalogue, as well as further links and resources. The JAR Network Channels aim to offer both content and context to our work with those languages serving as dedicated points of entry.
Each JAR Network Channel is edited by a small group of people representing a specific approach to artistic research in that language and not a translation of JAR and its content. For ideas and input, please send us a message.