The ‘Open Arts Journal’

The Open Arts Journal addresses the demand for a rigorously compiled, peer-reviewed platform for arts scholarship open to diverse participants. Our dissemination is global, spanning multiple communities including practitioners of art, architecture and design, curators and arts policy-makers, and researchers in the arts and heritage sectors.

Developing from a broad base of interests the Open Arts Journal emphasises innovation, in both content and medium and by virtue of a bespoke digital design. Our contributors encompass a wide range of scholars, from academics to critics and practitioners, with original visual essays and polemics; reflections on art from curators and artists; and the fruits of theoretical, historical or longitudinal research.

Published twice a year, each edition tackles a key theme, issue or critical debate. Submissions undergo thorough peer review in consultation with an esteemed international editorial board. We warmly welcome responses and proposals for future such issues at: Arts-open-arts-journal@open.ac.uk

Explore Issue 1 on Cosmopolitalism at http://openartsjournal.org/issue-1/

Issue 2 on Pavilions will be available at http://openartsjournal.org/2013/11/08/issue-2-forthcoming/
To join the Open Arts Journal distribution list, visit www.jiscmail.ac.uk/OPENARTSJOURNAL

Editor in Chief: Leon Wainwright

Deputy Editor: Alice E. Sanger

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About ouartsfaculty

The Arts Faculty of The Open University is a world leader in supported Open Learning, and one of the best institutions in the world for arts and humanities. You can follow us on Twitter @OUArtsFaculty and on Facebook.
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