SUBMISSIONS TO THE JOURNAL OF ART CRITICISM ARE NOW CLOSED.

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES




Please include your name, the title of your work, and your school + expected graduation date

in the body of your email. You may submit multiple pieces, but include these details for each work. Specify if you are submitting for online or print; online submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.

All writers and artists must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at the time of their submission. We request that all submissions are previously unpublished. If you would like to submit your work elsewhere after it is featured in JAC, please acknowledge our editors’ work by noting that JAC was the original place of publication.


All TEXTS should primarily address the work of a living or contemporary artist. Attach your writing as a Word document with Chicago citations. Our review process is anonymous; please do not include your name in the document. For print, we prefer texts of 1000 – 3000 words, though we will consider texts of up to 4000 words.

For online submissions, shorter reviews and interviews of 750-2000 words are preferable. Please note that this is a peer-reviewed journal; we expect that authors will work with our editors before any writing is published.

Attach your ART as a jpg at 300dpi if it is image-based. Artists statements are accepted, but not mandatory. Contact us for specifications for other media.

Email your submission to journalofartcriticism@gmail.com with the subject line Submission – [Title of Work]. Please email the same address with any questions.



Submissions will be due in January of 2022.


The Journal of Art Criticism
Founded at Barnard College in New York