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Journal of Visual Arts Practice: Volume: 6 | Issue: 3

Journal of Visual Arts Practice: Volume: 6 | Issue: 3



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The domain of visual art hosts a multitude of artistic forms and practices. The Journal of Visual Art Practice supports research across the entire range of this varied field. The journal engages with the progressive nature of the subject, reflecting upon the changing terrain of art in recent years.
The domain of visual art hosts a multitude of artistic forms and practices. The Journal of Visual Art Practice supports research across the entire range of this varied field. The journal engages with the progressive nature of the subject, reflecting upon the changing terrain of art in recent years.

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Journal of
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ISSN 1470-2029
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ISSN 1470-2029This journal Is abstracted andindexed by ART Bibliographies.
Journal of Visual Arts Practice
– Volume 6 Number 3
The Journal of Visual Arts Practice (JVAP) is a forum for debate for theinternational community engaged in or concerned with research in fineart and the visual arts more generally. It is concerned with exploringthe boundaries of these disciplines and sharing debate on research andcreative practices. The journal works within a frame that recognises boththe expanding practices that constitute research in the fine and visualarts, as well as the increasing cross and interdisciplinary nature of creativepractices in the field.JVAP encourages contributions relating to scholarly, pure, develop-mental, applied and pedagogical research. It encourages submissionsexploring new critical theories of research and practice as well as evalua-tions of the practical and educational impact of such research. JVAP willsupport critical debate within and across fields. It is peer reviewed, buthas mechanisms for supporting and encouraging new contributors. Thejournal will proactively support doctoral researchers as well as estab-lished academics.The
 journal of Visual Arts Practice
is a refereed journal supported bythe National Association for Fine Art Education.
Editorial Board
lain Biggs (University of the West of England, UK)Mary Anne Francis (Brighton University, UK)Ken Friedman (Norwegian School of Management, Norway;Demark’s DesignSchool Copenhagen, Denmark)Jill Journeaux (Coventry University, UK)Judith Mottram (Nottingham Trent University, UK)Kristina Niedderer (University of Wolverhampton, UK)Francis Halsall (National College of Art and Design Dublin)
Editorial Advisory Board
Jale Erzen (Middle Eastern Technical University, Ankara)Mick Finch (Ecole des Beaux-arts de Valenciennes, France)Henk Slager (Editor of 
Lier en Boog 
, Amsterdam)
(JVAP has chosen not to use academic titles)
Chris SmithSir John Cass Departmentof Art, Media and DesignLondon Metropolitan UniversityCentral House59–63 Whitechapel High StreetLondon E1 7PFUKe-mail:c.d.smith@londonmet.ac.ukhttp://www2.ntu.ac.uk/ntsad/nafae/publications.shtml
The Journal of Visual Arts Practice
is published three times per year by Intellect, TheMill, Parnall Road, Bristol, BS16 3JG, UK. The current subscription rates are £30(personal) and £210 (institutional). Postage is free within the UK, £5 for the rest of Europe and £10 elsewhere. Advertising enquiries should be addressed to:marketing@intellectbooks.com© 2007 Intellect Ltd. Authorization to photocopy items for internal or personaluse or the internal or personal use of specific clients is granted by Intellect Ltd forlibraries and other users registered with the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) inthe UK or the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) Transactional Reporting Serviceinthe USA provided that the base fee is paid directly to the relevant organization.
3.The following points should be noted:Margins should be at least one inch wide allroundPagination should be continuous.Quotations should be used sparingly and beidentified by single quotation marks; longerquotations [40 words or more] should beindented without quotes.Words and phrases in languages other thanEnglish inserted in the text should be underlined.Acronyms should be avoided where possible.Where their use is unavoidable because of repe-tition, the title should be written in full in thefirst instance with the acronym following in abracket. For example,The National Association for Fine Art Education(NAFAE).Figures, tables, etc. should be both clearlyprinted and numbered consecutively. Thesource must be indicated below, and when theseappear on a separate sheet or file, a clear indica-tion must be given as to where they are to beplaced in the text.Illustrations should be clearly titled with theirsource acknowledged where appropriate.4.Bibliographical references and other notesshould be short and kept to a minimum. They mustbe identified by a superscript numeral in the text andadhere to the models as outlined in the publisher’s
Intellect Notes for Contributors.
References to websites should quote the full titleof the site.Footnotes should follow the text and precede abibliography (where this is appropriate).Contributors are responsible for obtainingpermission to reproduce copyright material,whether text or illustration.
Notes to contributors
1.The Editor welcomes contributions. Articlesshould:be written in English;be original and not under consideration by anyother publication;normally be between 4000 and 6000 words inlength;be written in a clear and concise style, avoidingjargon;be accompanied by a cover page consisting of the title, author’s name, word length of thearticle, biographical note of author [c.50 words]and a brief abstract of no more than 150 words;conform strictly to the instructions outlined below.2.In the first instance contributions should be sentto the Editor as an e-mail attachment with an indi-cation of the availability of illustrational material.The Editor will then decide whether the contribu-tion should go to referee, in which case he will askthe contributor to designate two potential refereeswith an indication of the suitability of their experi-ence. The Editor will then ask one of the refereeswhether they would be prepared to engage in theprocess, using the Guidelines for referees. Theauthor would then be expected to respond in a con-structive way to the referee’s advice. When thearticle is accepted, it should be sent as an e-mailattachment to the Editor in the form of a Worddocument. The images contained in the documentshould be both embedded and supplied separately.Images for print should be saved as TIFF and ata size reproducible at 300 dpi.Video clips can be taken from VHS, SVHS andDV tapes in both PAL and NTSC formats.Video clips already taken should be sent inQuicktime format.Images for the web should be sent as 72 dpi andas High Quality JPEG (do not re-size, this will bedone later).
Any matters concerning the format and presentation of articles not covered by the above notesshould be addressed to the Editor. The guidance on this page is by no means comprehensive: it mustbe read in conjunction with
Intellect Notes for Contributors.
These notes can be referred to by contrib-utors to any of Intellect’s journals, and so are, in turn, not sufficient; contributors will also need torefer to the guidance such as this given for each specific journal.
Intellect Notes for Contributors
isobtainable from http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals.php?issn=14702029, or on request fromthe Editor of this journal.

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