Focus and Scope

The publishing of "ARTISTIC: International Journal of Creation and Innovation" specializes within the focus and scope including:

1.    Creative and conceptual thinking related to the practice of art works and creative problems (Artistic Creation Thought).

2.    The results of artistic research in the fields of :

a.    Batik

b.    Keris

c.     Crafts

d.    Karawitan

e.    Pedalangan (Puppetry)

f.     Dance

g.    Music

h.    Theater

i.      Painting

j.     Sculpture

k.    Graphics

l.      Interior Design

m.   Stage Design

n.    Visual Communication Design

o.    Product Design

p.    Television

q.    Film

r.     Photography

s.     Animation

t.     Games

u.    Visual Effects, and

v.    other arts.

3.    New insights about the practice of art, resulting from the creative process.

4.    New knowledge generated from the practice of art and artwork produced.
5.    Values and meanings of novelty produced in the creation of art works, or studies of innovation in art.




Peer Review Process

The review process combines a double blind reviewing and an open reviewing.
The editors will assess whether the submission is eligible for review. After this formal assessment, if positive, the submission will be sent to two external referees.

Based on the review reports the editors will make one of the following decisions:

  1. The submission is rejected. In this case, a written explanation will be provided.
  2. The submission is rejected in its current state. In this case, the author will have the opportunity to re-submit the paper, taking into account the comments of the referees and the editor. When the submission is rejected in its current state (B) and the author wants to improve the paper, the editor assigned to that paper will support the author.
  3. The submission is accepted.

The accepted papers can be published in the blog of the journal for an open reviewing process. The aim of this second reviewing is to promote the improvement of the contents to be published in the journal. The editors will work with the authors and discuss the results of the open review process.

The whole review process will take not more than six months.
Editorial, Interviews and Book Reviews will not be peer reviewed.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Policy of Screening for Plagiarism


Artistic : International Journal Of Creation and Innovation has a high commitment to anti-plagiarism.
Each manuscript submitted to Artistic : International Journal Of Creation and Innovation will be first checked by
members of the editorial team and screened using the TURNITIN plagiarism detector.
The screening process will be conducted by Editor once the manuscript is received.
The manuscript are required of less than 15% quality. Artistic : International Journal Of Creation and Innovation will
reject papers that lead to plagiarism or self-plagiarism.
The Editorial Board of Artistic : International Journal Of Creation and Innovation recognizes that plagiarism is not
acceptable and therefore establishes a strict policy against plagiarism.

Plagiarism is someone else's ideas or words as if they were your own, without permission,
credit, or acknowledgment, or for not properly citing the source.
Plagiarism can take a variety of forms, from copying them literally to paraphrasing someone
else's work.

Manuscript must be original, unpublished and not pending publication elsewhere.
Any text in excess of fair use standards or any graphic material reproduced from another source
requires permission from the copyright owner, original author, or source search.
When plagiarism in a paper is identified, the Editor in Chief is responsible for reviewing the
manuscript and will approve action according to the level of plagiarism. Authors who have
committed plagiarism will take action by referring to the following guidelines:

  1. Minor: A short portion of another manuscript was plagiarized without any significant data orideas being taken; Action: A notification given to the author and conveyed to change the textand citations that really match the original article.
  2. Intermediate: Most of the other manuscript are plagiarized without a proper citation to theoriginal article; Action: The article is rejected and the author is prohibited from submitting another article for one year.
  3. Severe: Most of the other manuscript are plagiarized by reproducing results or ideas; Action:The paper is rejected and the author is prohibited from submitting another article for five years.
  4. This action needs to be given to violators, because the author is responsible for the contents ofthe submitted manuscript, especially they already signed the Copyright Declaration Form as acondition for sending the manuscript.