Please refer to the Intellect style guide before submitting an article to this journal.
Full research papers (4000–6000 words)
Full papers may describe completed research projects, including research question(s), methods, outcomes, and findings. They should include original research and/or work of developmental nature which proposes new concepts, ideas or methods that are clearly presented, argued and evidenced.
Position papers (2000–3000 words)
Position papers may put forward and debate a position on a particular (current) issue (e.g. new technology, material, theoretical, social or educational issue). Position papers should include an original argument that is clearly presented and evidenced.
Craft and industry reports (2000–3000 words)
Reports of investigative practice in the craft industry should present advances in and for the field, including new collaborations, technological developments, processes, methods, ideas etc. by craft practitioners and industry.
Review section. We invite reviews of the following:
The portrait section (1000–2000 words)
features the work of an individual (craftsperson, artist, designer, maker, researcher) within the field whose creative work stands out for its developmental / research qualities and contribution to the crafts.
The exhibition section (1000–2000 words)
features scholarly reviews of exhibitions that are of particular developmental / research significance for the field due to the quality of the work or the curation.
Publication review (1000–2000 words)
features reviews of publications in print and new media that are of particular developmental / research significance for the field.
The conference section (1000–2000 words)
features reviews of any relevant conferences/symposia/etc. in the field.
Calendar of exhibitions and conferences
We invite notifications of important and relevant forthcoming craft exhibitions and craft related conferences/research events.
Remarkable image section
We invite the submission of images of outstanding quality for their beauty, complexity, simplicity, challenging nature, novelty, humour, humanity, etc. that are representative of contemporary craft developments and research.
1) The full version of your article as word document (.doc) containing the full text and all metadata as described under ‘metadata’, including:
• Article Title (normally no more than 10 words)
• Author’s Name.
• Full text, with all subsections
• Author’s biography of 50-100 words.
• Author’s postal and email address
• List of illustrations. Illustrations/images must be submitted as separate files.
2) An anonymized version of your article as a pdf. In this version, images should be included where they should appear in the text, and all references to the author(s) should be removed, including: name, affiliation, address, biography and any literary reference that refer to the author(s)’s work should be removed.