The Journal of Visual & Critical Studies editorial committee is seeking submissions from all OCAD U students in the following formats. We encourage students to submit work that they have written for courses and would feel proud to share with the OCAD U community.
Exhibition and Performance Reviews
Reviews about exhibitions, performances, or art-related events that happened after April 2017. We welcome reviews that are local, national, or international in scope.
We publish academic essays about art, design, and visual studies. We are open to a wide range of methods and analyses, including experimental writing on aesthetic experiences and interdisciplinary research. We can accept excerpts from larger essays.
Abstracts of Thesis Projects
Art or design students may submit up to 3 images to contextualize their abstract.
We accept images of art or design work to feature on the Journal’s cover. Keep in mind that the dimensions of the cover will be 5x8 inches.
- Submissions must be sent, either as an email attachment or as a Google Drive file, to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Writing must be submitted as a Word document (.doc, .docx) and Chicago style citations are encouraged
- Images submitted must be 300dpi
- In your email, include your name, your program, and the year of your program (for ex: Jade, Digital Futures, 3rd year student)
DEADLINE: Friday, February 9, 2018
ABOUT JOURNAL OF VISUAL & CRITICAL STUDIES (JVCS)
The Journal of Visual & Critical Studies collects and celebrates some of the best undergraduate academic writing at OCAD University. Comprising critical essays, exhibition reviews, artist portfolios, creative non-fiction, and thesis abstracts from students across all disciplines, this annual publication reflects the unique approaches to art history and visual culture that are being undertaken here. We value and emphasize interdisciplinary research methods and modes of thinking to provide diverse perspectives. The JVCS welcomes new editorial committee members every year, offering students the opportunity to help sustain the publication through peer-to-peer education about the publishing process.
For more information abou this and other student-run groups, visit www.ocadu.ca/studentgroups