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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The article must not have been published elsewhere previously and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  • The content of the article must align with the objectives and scope of the journal.
  • The author's name and affiliation must be specified in both Thai and English, along with the author's email address.
  • The article should include an abstract and keywords in both Thai and English.
  • The journal specifies the required writing and citation formats. Please refer to the "Author's Guideline" and "APA 7th Reference Guide" for details.
  • Arrange citations and references in the following order: from Thai to non-Roman languages, and then to Roman languages. Also, translate Thai and non-Roman references into English and organize them alphabetically from A to Z.
  • Citations and references should include URLs from credible and accessible websites.
  • Save the article file as a .doc or .docx format, or any other format compatible with Microsoft Word. Additionally, attach a .pdf version of the article.
  • To maintain image quality, please send images in a separate file. Images should have a resolution of 300 dpi.

Author Guidelines

Manuscript Preparation:

Authors are encouraged to compile a manuscript of 20-25 A4 pages (excluding images). Please use the "Prompt" font with a size of 18 points for titles and 11 points for the author's name. For the content, use the "TH Sarabun PSK" font with a size of 16 points. Arabic numerals should be used for all numbers in both Thai and English.

Save the article as a .doc or .docx format, or any other format compatible with Microsoft Word. Also, attach a .pdf version of the article.

Authors can download the Article's template and Fonts

The article structure consists of the following:

Article Title
     The title should be concise and reflect the article's contents, written in both Thai and English.

Author’s Name, Institution and E-mail
     Specify the author's name, surname, academic title, institution, and university. If the article is a thesis, include the advisor's name, surname, academic title, and institute after the author's name. Also, include the funding source if the research is sponsored by an organization. Lastly, provide all authors' email addresses in both Thai and English.

     The abstract should be written in Thai and English, consisting of 350 to 500 words in a single paragraph. It should cover the information source, objective, research/study methodology, results/discussion, and proposal/findings.

     Include 3 to 5 keywords in order of importance. These keywords should help in accessing the research and should be provided in both Thai and English.

Article Content
     Divide the content into sections for easy reading and organization, such as 1) Introduction, 2) Objective, 3) Study Method, 4) Results, 5) Discussion, 6) Conclusion, and 7) References.

Images and tables
     When using or modifying images and tables from other sources, provide the name, description, and source. Include copyright and licensing information beneath the image. (Reference instructions can be found in APA 7th Reference Guide. Number each image or table and provide a description related to the referenced article.

     The author must create a separate file for the images, naming each image with the corresponding numbers in the article. The resolution of the images should be at least 300 dpi.

     The Silpa Bhirasri Journal of Fine Arts follows the APA 7th Edition citation style. Here are the guidelines:
     - To cite information, include the author's name, year of publication, and page number. For example: (Bhirisri, 1958: 15). If there are two authors, use the format (Bhirasri & May, 1948: 2-4). For three authors, use (Bhirasri et al., 1944: 20-24).
     - Footnotes, if present, should appear at the bottom of the page. For more details,
refer to the "APA 7th Reference Guide."
     - Bibliography or references should be alphabetically arranged, starting from Thai, followed by non-Roman languages, and then Roman languages. Translate Thai and non-Roman languages into English and sort them alphabetically from A to Z. For more information, consult the "APA 7th Reference Guide."

Reference Examples
Chantarawongpaisarn, P. (2017). Dictionary of Applied Arts. Chulalongkorn University

Book Content
Steyerl, H. (2017). Duty Free Art: Art in the Age of Planetary Civil War. New York, 121-122.

Journal Articles
Sanasen, W. (2019). The Presentation of Thai Muslim’s Ethnic Identities through Mosques
     in Thailand, Silpa Bhirasri Journal of Fine Arts, 6(2), 205-206.

Online Article
Baur, R. & Felsing, U. (2016). Researching Visual Application Respectful of Cultural Diversity.
     Studies in Visual Arts and Communication: an international journal, 3(1), pp. 1-19.

Content from Websites
Takac, B. (2020, May 23). How 20th century art dealt with wounding, scarring, and healing.

Additional "APA 7th Reference Guide" can be found at:

Plagiarism Policy:
The journal does not accept plagiarism of other authors or other works by the author themselves. Every article will be checked by the CopyCatch software.

Privacy Policy:
The names and addresses of the authors will be used concisely within the journal's management sector and will not be disclosed to others until they are publicly published.
Article Submission:
Authors can submit articles for consideration through the online journal system at any time.

The journal's editorial team will primarily contact the author through the online system. Authors should provide up-to-date user information. It is essential to use an email address in the ThaiJo system that the author can regularly access.

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.