- TRACEY | journal is...
- An electronic open access journal dedicated to the discussion of contemporary drawing and visualisation
- Interested in the nature of visualisation - physically, cognitively, creatively
- A place where people can engage in debate
- TRACEY | journal does...
- Publish drawing and visualisation research (visual, audio and textual)
- Introduce a diverse range of material to practitioners, educators, students and researchers
- Represent many perspectives on visualisation
- Advocate the value of drawing in professional and educational contexts
- Encourage participation and collaboration
- peer review
TRACEY | journal is a peer reviewed open access journal. The peer review process requires that all call submissions are reviewed by two co-editors. Collectively, the editorial team possess a broad range of knowledge and experience of drawing practice, theory, teaching and research.
Note that all submissions are peer reviewed. For non-journal submissions, and submissions that concern drawing and visualisation research but are not appropriate for peer review then submissions should be addressed to the DRN website.
|Catherine Baker||Senior Lecturer Norwich University of the Arts|
|Sian Bowen||Artist / Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Northumbria University|
|Catherine George||Director of Academic Affairs, College of Arts University of Lincoln.|
|Emma Cocker||Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University|
|Thomas Corriveau||Professor, School of Visual and Media Arts, University of Quebec at Montreal|
|Gerry Davies||Lancaster University|
|Leo Duff||Kingston University|
|Angela Eames||Subject Leader MA Drawing, University of the Arts Camberwell College of Arts|
|Michael Esson||Director, International Drawing Research Institute, The College of Fine Arts, The University of New South Wales|
|Mark Evans||Reader in industrial design and leader of the Design Practice Research Group, Loughborough Design School, Loughborough University|
|Brian Fay||Artist, Lecturer, Dublin Institute of Technology|
|Stephen Felmingham||Programme Leader: BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing & Printmaking at Plymouth College of Art|
|Paul Fieldsend-Danks||MA Leader, Norwich University of the Arts.||
||Principal Lecturer in Fine Art Printmaking, in the School of Arts and Communication, University of Brighton
||RWA Professor of Fine Arts at UWE, Bristol. He is Director of PLaCE, a centre for visual arts research in place, location
and context. www.vortex.uwe.ac.uk
||Practitioner, and previously Director of Public Art Forum – the National Association for Public Art and
Viewpoint Photography Gallery, Salford.
||Head of Research and Postgraduate Development National College of Art and Design, Dublin
||Director, School of Art University of Cincinnati
||C4RD (Centre for Recent Drawing), Lecturer, Sir John Cass School of Art and Design
Andy Hewitt & Mel Jordan
||Artist / Lecturer in the 3-Dimensional Design Department, Ulster University
||Professor of Fine Art Education and Research Degree Leader at Coventry School of Art & Design, Coventry University.
||Chairman Emeritus, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
||International Drawing on Knowledge Research Network, School of Early Childhood, Queensland University of Technology
||Lecturer in History of Art, University College Cork
||Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Art History, University of Manchester
|| Drawing practitioner / Research Assistant in Art, University of Huddersfield
||President of the Landscape Institute and Professor at the University of Central England, Faculty of the Built Environment
||Professor of Visual Arts and Dean of the School of Material Royal College of Art
||Artist and writer primarily concerned with drawing. Professor Emeritus, University of the West of England, Bristol and author of The Primacy of Drawing: Histories and Theories of Practice, 2010.
||Dean and Director, Sydney College of the Arts
|| Head of Research, Dynevor Centre for Arts, Swansea Metropolitan University.
|| Drawing practitioner; unit leader, MA Fine Art, Open College of the Arts; regional associate for the Campaign for Drawing.
||Honorary Fellow, School of the Arts, Loughborough University.
||Professor of Fine Arts, Winthrop University, South Carolina.
||Lecturer, Loughborough Design School, Loughborough University
||Senior Lecturer: Fine Art, Critical & Historical Studies, Loughborough University
||Professor, School of Visual and Media Arts, University of Quebec at Montreal
||Transdisciplinary artist, New York; Associate Professor, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis
||Archaeologist and Lecturer at Kingston University, London.