JUICE is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal which promotes scholarship in creative education. We welcome investigations into creative education in the post-compulsory, further, higher and adult education sectors.
At JUICE, we use a rolling call for papers. This means that if you would to consider writing an article for JUICE, your article should respond to one of the following themes:
- The relationship between education and creativity
- The relationship between education and arts practice
- Creative education and globalisation: what challenges does creative education throw up in and for different cultures?
- Creative education and gender: how does gender impact creative education (e.g. feminist or trans issues)?
- Creative education and technology: what implications, possibilities and challenges do digital technologies present?
Whatever you choose to submit, your article must:
- use relevant academic literature and/or theories to inform and analyse your investigation
- include an abstract of 100-200 words
- provide a list of up to six keywords
What types of articles can you submit?
JUICE welcome the following types of articles:
- Visual research
- Visual/video essays
- Case studies
- Opinion pieces
- Conference reflections
- Reviews (e.g. books, technology, exhibitions)
Consistent with our focus on creativity, we are very happy to consider a submission in any format provided that it is informed by relevant research. Please do contact us if you would like to discuss any aspect of your submission.
What formats can you use?
1. Image-led investigations
A picture tells a thousand words, or so the saying goes. Image-led investigations make use of photos, drawings or videos to lead the narrative. Words are then used to provide additional clarification.
2. Text-led investigations
In a text-led article, words lead the narrative of the investation and can be supported by relevant images, drawings or videos. The usual length of a text-led article is 1,500 to 2,000 words, although your article can be shorter or longer than this. The word limit for text-led articles is usually 5,000 words. Articles up to 6,000 words will be considered.