It’s finally time for the JVCS 2020/2021 Call for Submissions!
Students may submit work that they have have written for courses and feel proud to share with the OCAD U community. Applicants are invited to submit work in accordance with our guiding theme of ‘Experimental and Embodied Knowledge’. This could include writing on decolonization, feminist and/or queer theories, and likeminded ideological practices. The editorial committee encourages submissions from VCS students, although all current OCAD U students are welcome to submit work. Please note the intended formats:
‘Exhibition and Performance Reviews [250 to 500 words]
Reviews of exhibitions, performances or art-related events that happened after April 2018. We welcome reviews that are local, national, or international in scope.
Critical Essays [1000 to 2000 words]
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 [150 to 250 words]
Art or design students may submit up to 3 images of their works to contextualize their abstract. Images provided should be 300 DPI.
Submissions should be sent either as an email attachment, or as a link to a Google Drive file to firstname.lastname@example.org. Writing should be submitted as a Word Document (.doc or .docx) and Chicago style citations are encouraged.
In your submission email please provide a 1 to 2 sentence biography that includes your name, your program, the year of your program (for ex: 3rd year student), and a few details about your research interests and/or studio practice.
Deadline is February 20th, 2021.
To learn more about the Journal of Visual & Critical Studies and to read past volumes, please visit visualcriticalstudies.tumblr.com.
We look forward to seeing your work!
OCAD U students are invited to submit work to be published in the 2020-21 annual Journal of Visual and Critical Studies in accordance with our guiding theme of ‘Experimental and Embodied Knowledge’. This could include writing on decolonization, feminist and/or queer theories, and likeminded ideological practices. Deadline is February 20th, 2021.