Journal of Mathematics and the Arts is a peer reviewed journal that focuses on connections between mathematics and the arts. It publishes articles of interest for readers who are engaged in using mathematics in the creation of works of art, who seek to understand art arising from mathematical or scientific endeavors, or who strive to explore the mathematical implications of artistic works. The term ”art” is intended to include, but not be limited to, two and three dimensional visual art, architecture, drama (stage, screen, or television), prose, poetry, and music. The Journal welcomes mathematics and arts contributions where technology or electronic media serve as a primary means of expression or are integral in the analysis or synthesis of artistic works. The following list, while not exhaustive, indicates a range of topics that fall within the scope of the Journal:
• Artists’ descriptions providing mathematical context, analysis, or insight about their work;
• The exposition of mathematics intended for interdisciplinary mathematics and arts educators and classroom use ;
• Mathematical techniques and methodologies of interest to practice-based artists;
• Critical analysis or insight concerning mathematics and art in historical and cultural settings.
The Journal also features exhibition reviews, book reviews, and correspondence relevant to mathematics and the arts.
Journal is indexed by
British Humanities Index; British Library Inside; Mathematical Reviews/MathSciNet; New Jour; Scopus; and Zentralblatt MATH