The University of Toronto Art Journal is a journal created and edited by graduate students in the Department of Art, University of Toronto. The interdisciplinary aim of the journal is reflected by the scope of the papers published, submitted by graduate students of art and art history as well as graduate students of departments including history, literary studies, museum studies, and cultural studies.
The University of Toronto Art Journal serves to be an outlet for promising graduate students to publish their work. From English, to Anthropology, to Art History, the publication functions within an interdisciplinary framework reflecting the depth and abilities of young scholars in various faculties and institutions throughout North America. This publication stands as a great achievement for the Department of Art at the University of Toronto and to its students, many of which proved their commitment to this publication and to the continued success of the department. Currently The University of Toronto Art Journal publishes selected conference presentations from the Department of Art’s annual interdisciplinary graduate conference.