Visual Arts

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Acta Artis: Estudis d’Art Modern

ACTA ARTIS is a scientific journal in electronic and print format that is produced by the ACAF/ART research group. Its aim is to promote, communicate and disseminate research, criticism and debate on art, architecture and visual art processes in the modern era (from the fifteenth to eighteenth centuries). ACTA ARTIS is aimed at an academic and professional audience and society in general. It is released once a year and contains original, previously unpublished articles on research results and progress in the field.

Medical Literary Messenger

The Medical Literary Messenger aims to promote humanism and the healing arts through prose, poetry, and photography. As a web-based journal published twice yearly online, the Medical Literary Messenger is dedicated to the art of medicine and creative expression, and is available to all in a free and open access format.

Rappahannock Review

The Rappahannock Review is a new online literary journal published twice a year (with an occasional bonus issue) by the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We are interested in previously unpublished Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction from both established and emerging writers.


The online magazine Arabeschi, by a group of researchers from several universities, is dedicated to the study of the relationships between writing and visuality, with particular reference to the contemporary Italian scene. The magazine's main objective is the identification of new objects and new areas of research. The magazine is organized into two parts: one semiannual, which includes critical analysis and research, and the other is continuously updated with reports on the most recent literature and particularly significant works from the perspective of visual studies

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