AUTHOR GUIDELINES

  1. The article should be written based on the results of research or scientific studies (non-research) in the field of arts or arts education, including: performing arts (dance/music/theater) and fine arts. The article should be submitted in the form of Microsoft Word files of 3,000-6,000 words long.
  2. The author’s name (without an academic degree) is placed under the title of the article. Underneath, place the author’s institution, address (including e-mail address or phone number). If the article is written by a team, all the team member names must be written. However, the editor only correspond to the primary author or the author whose name is placed in the first line.
  3. The article should be written in Indonesian or English correctly in the form of an essay. The title of the article should be written in capital letters and placed at the center, while the subtitle is written starting from the left margin without using numbering. The sub-subtitle is differentiated in the letters and written in bold italics.
  4. Research articles are written in the following systematic order: title, author’s name, address of institution and correspondence (e-mail address), abstract (100-120 words: containing objectives, methods, research results, and main conclusions); keywords; introduction (containing research problems, current scientific situation, may refer to the literature on which research is based); method; results and discussion (reinforced by relevant research theories or findings); conclusion; credits/thanks; bibliography.
  5. Non-research articles are written in the following systematic order: title, author's name, address of institution and correspondence (e-mail address), abstract (100-120 words: containing objectives, methods, research results, and main conclusions); keywords; introduction (containing research problems, current scientific situation, may refer to the literature on which research is based); description of the problem; conclusion; credits/thanks); bibliography.
  6. Shortened referencing technique is used in a citation/reference.  For a direct citation, mention the page of the citation, for example: .... (Sumardjo, 2000: 48).
  7. The bibliography should be arranged alphabetically and chronologically in the order as shown in the following examples:
  • Book: author’s name (if the name contains more than one word, take the last entry), year, book title (italic), publisher city, publisher.
  • Example: Barker, Chris. 2008. Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice. California: Sage Publication Inc.
  • Journal article: author's name, year, article title (enclosed in quotation marks), journal name, volume/number, page.
  • Example: Sutiyono. 2015. "Social Action of Convertion in Islamic Art: Study in the Larasmadya Art Form in the Sleman Geocultural Religion Region", Indonesian Journal of Geography, Vol. 47, No. 1, p. 77-87.