International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts


Journal titleInternational Journal of Visual and Performing Arts
InitialsViperarts
AbbreviationInt. J. Vis. Perform. Arts
FrequencyTwo issues per year
DOIprefix 10.31763
Online ISSN2684-9259
Editor-in-chiefProf. Dr. Yang Xifan (Nanjing University of The Arts, China)
Managing EditorAssist. Prof. Sularso, M.Sn (ASCEE Viperarts Society, Indonesia)
PublisherAssociation for Scientific Computing  Electronics and Engineering (ASCEE)
Citation AnalysisSCOPUS | Web of Science | Google Scholar

International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts draws its contributions from academics and practitioner-researchers at the interface of new visual and performing arts. It acts as a forum for critical study, innovative practice, and creative pedagogy, addressing themes that may be domain-specific (e.g., theatre, dance, music, live art, visual arts) or situated at the convergence of two or more disciplines.

The journal invites original, significant, and rigorous inquiry into all subjects within or across disciplines related to visual and performing arts. It encourages debate and cross-disciplinary exchange across a broad range of approaches. The spectrum of topics include:

  • Ethnomusicology
  • Karawitanology
  • Music Education
  • Musicology
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Movie and Television
  • Interior Design
  • Industrial Design
  • Media Arts
  • Fine Arts
  • Photography

These topics are addressed in full-length academic articles, critical statements on current issues, developmental practice, and reviews of books and live/media-based visual and performing arts.

The journal presents an innovative platform for researchers, students, practitioners, and educators to both learn from and contribute to the field. All articles are subject to initial Editor screening and then a rigorous double-blind peer-review process before publication.


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Announcements

 

Call for Paper International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts

 

International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts draws its contributions from academics and practitioner-researchers at the interface of new visual and performing arts. It acts as a forum for critical study, innovative practice, and creative pedagogy, addressing themes that may be domain-specific (e.g., theatre, dance, music, live art, visual arts) or situated at the convergence of two more disciplines.

It is a semi-annual journal, published in June and December.

Forthcoming publication schedules that are still open for submission is

Vol. 3 No. 1. published in June 2021 [Deadline on June 1, 2021]

Before submission,

You have to make sure that your paper is prepared using the Viperarts Template and Carefully read the submission guidelines.

(Before submission check for plagiarism via Turnitin)

 
Posted: 2021-02-06
 

International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts accepted for inclusion in CNKI Index

 
 

We are happy to announce this excellent news to all authors, editors, reviewers, and readers.

Congratulations؛ our application for the International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts into the CNKI Index has been accepted. CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure, 中国知网) Began with academic journals, CNKI has become the largest and mostly-used academic online library in China.

On this occasion, congratulations to the International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts editorial team and all contributors, reviewers, readers, and editorial assistants for making it happen!

This news means that even more researchers and scientists will get access to high-quality research papers published in the International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts.

Thank you.

Best Regards

International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts Editors

 
Posted: 2021-02-06
 
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Vol 2, No 2 (2020): December

This issue has been available online since 15th September 2020 for the regular issue of December 2020. All articles in this issue (5 original research articles) were authored/co-authored by 8 authors from 5 affiliations and 2 countries (Indonesia and China). 

 

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Articles

(1) Brian Trinanda Kusuma Adi (Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
(2) Samsul Ma’arif (Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
10.31763/viperarts.v2i2.169 Views of Abstract: 417 | PDF: 178
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60-71
(1) Nil Ikhwan (Institut Seni Indonesian, Surakarta, Indonesia)
10.31763/viperarts.v2i2.179 Views of Abstract: 417 | PDF: 134
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72-80
(1) Anang Masduki (Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
(2) Panqiang Niu (Shanghai University of China, China)
(3) Rr. Octa Dwina Fauzia (Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
10.31763/viperarts.v2i2.173 Views of Abstract: 373 | PDF: 138
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81-89
(1) Marie-Christinne B. Clarisse (Nanjing University of The Arts, China)
10.31763/viperarts.v2i2.174 Views of Abstract: 368 | PDF: 104
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90-95
(1) Shaheera Barmaki (Nanjing University of the Arts, China)
10.31763/viperarts.v2i2.187 Views of Abstract: 399 | PDF: 139
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96-104