Welcome to ANZJAT

ANZJAT is the annual peer-reviewed journal of ANZATA. Twelve editions have been published to date since 2006. This the ANZJAT Editorial Team is pleased to announce that ANZJAT will be publishing its inaugural Special Conference Edition. The deadline for submissions closed at the beginning of March. The edition will be published to coincide with the launch of the new Association – ANZACATA.

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Update about the publishing date for Vol.13, No.1

We are currently working on this the inaugural conference edition and hope to publish it online in early September. We apologise for the delay.

2018 ANZJAT deadlines for Vol.13, No.2

The deadlines to the next printed edition of ANZJAT to be launched at the next conference at the end of the year are as follows:
1. Articles and case studies – Tuesday 1 May.
2. Reviews of books, videos, exhibitions or performances; interviews; creative contributions – Monday 4 June.

ANZJAT is your journal and as such we welcome submissions from all members – so start writing! If you have any queries or need some help making a submission, please don't hesitate to contact Vic Segedin, Journal Coordinator.

Support for writers

At the 2016 ANZATA AGM, in recognition of the diversity of the Association's membership, a motion was passed to dedicate more resources to help authors coming from non-English speaking backgrounds or Indigenous knowledge systems to submit articles to ANZJAT. If you would like to access this resource, contact Vic Segedin, Journal Coordinator.

Support for a diversity of subject matter...

At the recent AGM, in recognition of the diversity of the ANZATA membership, a motion was passed whereby ANZJAT will commission and fund an article each year in a significantly under-researched area in the arts therapies in order to contribute to the principles of diversity and social justice that ANZJAT adheres to. The topic for each year will be nominated by the editorial team based on gaps in publication in ANZJAT in previous years. Expressions of interest would be called for a year before publication. If you would like to know more about this new initiative, please contact Vic Segedin, Journal Coordinator.


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  • Inaugural Conference Special Edition

    To be published 1 July

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  • Contributing to ANZJAT?

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  • ANZATA Grants

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  • Back issues of ANZJAT?

    Back issues from 2008 are available online

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  • FAQs

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  • Meet the ANZJAT team

    Editors, coordinator, copyeditor, proofreader and designer!

  • Volume 13, Number 2, 2018

    Submission Deadline – 1 May

  • Julia Pasifull, Red moon

  • Nona Cameron, Matchbox moments

  • Marilyn Mooree, The emerging donkey and the reality principle

  • Simone Clare, Movement

  • Jan Newell, Resurrection quilt

  • Chen Ying Ying, Earthquake of soul

  • Mariana Torkington, Rebirth

  • Nanette Lela'ulu, Condemned

  • Michael Leunig, A Picture of Innocence

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