Journals and publications

Aesthetica Magazine   
Literary journal publishing poetry, prose, drama, articles, and artwork 

A research and publishing organisation based in London and Los Angeles

Monthly visual arts publication 

Art & Architecture  
UK magazine for public art commissions, projects, collaboration - contemporary urban culture - architecture 

Art Monthly 
A magazine of contemporary visual art

An online journal providing updates on art fairs and reviews of contemporary International artists.

Cabinet Magazine
A magazine showcasing conceptual art, literature and essays


Ireland's leading magazine for contemporary visual arts 

Circostrada Network
A European information and exchange network on street arts and new circus.

Irish Theatre Magazine 
Contains features, reviews, commentary, columns, and news about productions, companies, individuals, venues, and festivals

October Magazine 
Focuses critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, media, photography, performance, sculpture, and literature.  

The Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA)
The professional body for chartered architects in Northern Ireland

Public Art Review
A journal that critically explores contemporary public art       

Public Culture
A reviewed interdisciplinary journal of cultural studies

Sculpture Magazine
An international, monthly magazine dedicated to all forms of contemporary sculpture   

The Architectural Review

The Believer
A monthly magazine focusing on book reviews, interviews and poetry

The Journal of Music
A magazine for musical life in the twenty-first century



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