JAR invites submissions from all fields and disciplines in which artistic research may be relevant, including areas that are not usually conceived of as artistic. We welcome submissions from practitioners with or without academic affiliations. JAR’s format for publishing artistic research, the exposition, invites authors to combine text, image, film, and audio material on expandable web pages, challenging Read More
This is your invitation to submit your work to the 12th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers, juried by Andrea-Star Reese, Julia Fullerton-Batten, and Laura Pannack.
Both Winners in the Professional and Non-Professional Sections will have a solo exhibition (all expenses paid) in the Read More
The Natasha Caruana mentorship scheme is specifically aimed at women who are recent graduates, apprentices or who have been working within the arts for the past three years as a school leaver. Natasha encourages applications from those currently under-represented within the arts.
For the 2018 Summer Mentorship two or three mentees will carry out a five Read More
20th July - 22nd August 2018
First Women comprises a unique collection of 100 portraits capturing women in the UK who were “first” in their field of achievement.
The portraits by photographer Anita Corbin provide inspiration and insight for a new generation of women seeking an understanding of their own roles in a rapidly changing world in which equality is still an Read More
Sim Chi Yin is a visual artist and documentary photographer focusing on history, memory, conflict, and migration and its consequences, based in Beijing.
Chi Yin read history at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is researching a book on the early Cold War that tells the story of her grandfather, his compatriots and Read More
Women in the Arts: Iwona Blazwick
‘At last there is a communal mechanism for women to call a halt to the demeaning conventions of machismo’
For this series celebrating women in the arts, the Director of Whitechapel Gallery, London, discusses being a curator in the 1980s and the experiences that have shaped her understanding of gender in the Read More
A recent incident involving Dublin based artist Dragana Jurišić’s Instagram account makes all too clear the lack of control women have in representing their own bodies and the obfuscation surrounding the ways social media accounts are monitored, surveilled and censored.