Why us?

  • „Art Science Studies“ is a collection of valuable scientific articles, where the publication of an article ensures the establishment of a place in the international arena for scientists.
  • The quality of each issue of the collection is ensured by an international editorial board and peer review. The members of the International Editorial Board have created fundamental, scientific works in various artistic fields; they have high theoretical/practical qualifications, and are recognized scientists, and researchers.
  • „Art Science Studies“ publishes high scientific quality researchs and articles that are important and interesting, not only for local, but also for international art and scientific circles.
  • „Art Science Studies“ is responsible for the quality of the publication. Constant monitoring is carried out in this direction.

Who can be the author?

  • persons with a doctor’s degree, academic staff (in the field of art);
  • doctoral student;
  • graduate student;
  • researcher

Publication guide

Duties of the author

The author is obliged to take into account the following parameters in the material to be published (unless it is a special issue, a commissioned publication, or a translation related to the priorities of the university):

  • maximum number of pages – 15
  • font – Sylfaen
  • font size – 11
  • distance between lines – 1.5
  • margin: 2.5 cm from the left, 1.5 cm from the right, no less than 2 and no more than 3 cm from the top and bottom
  • verification of sources in the text by the principle of footnotes

Verification of sources in the text by the principle of footnotes


1 Gurabanidze, director, 1997, p. 12.
2 Ibid Gurabanidze, director, 1997, p. 20.
3 ELSAESSER, Fassbinder, 2001, p. 45.
4 Ibid ELSAESSER, Fassbinder, 2001, p. 51.

The thesis must be accompanied by both bibliographic data and a summary of 300 words written in Georgian.

Summary written in English, 700 words (3 pages).

Data sequence:

  • Author’s name, surname, degree/status, institution
  • Summary (not less than 300 words)
  • Title
  • Keywords
  • Text
  • Bibliography

English summary:

  • Author’s name, surname, degree/status, institution
  • Title
  • Keyword
  • Abstract (at least 700 words)
  • Bibliography

a t t e n t i o n !
After a title, the text should be preceded by a summary and keywords, for example:

Keywords: Georgian theater, myth, dramaturgy, Antigone, Mikheil Tumanishvili, Sergo Zakariadze, Zinaida Kverenchkhiladze.


In footnotes, always indicate short versions of the literature used and titles with keywords (full titles should be indicated only in the bibliography).

1 Gurabanidze, director, 1997, p. 12.
2 Ibid Gurabanidze, director, 1997, p. 20.
3 ELSAESSER, Fassbinder, 2001, p. 45.
4 Ibid ELSAESSER, Fassbinder, 2001, p. 51.


  • Arranged alphabetically, at the end of the text.
  • Please use the following order when naming the titles in the bibliography: indicate the author’s or editor’s last name, initials, title, place of publication, and year, in case of an article – the number of the first and last page.
  • When referring to the work posted on the web page, it is also necessary to indicate the author, title, and date.
  • List of archived documents and unpublished manuscripts (e.g. theses, unpublished papers): with archive/web address.


Bokuchava T., Mythos and Georgian Theater, dissertation, 2006. http://www.nplg.gov.ge/dlibrary/coll/0002/000038/

Gurabanidze N., directed by Robert Sturua, Tb., 1997.

Kuchukhidze I., for the question of the peculiarities of the style of modern Georgian cinema, Soviet art, #9, 1982, p. 26-31.

ELSAESSER Thomas, Reiner Wermer Fassbinder, Berlin, 2001.

RITZ Joseph Maria, Das Künstlerische und die Denkmalpflege, in: Deutsche Kunst und Denkmalpflege, 1955, Heft 1, pp. 1-15.


  • According to the guide, the deadline for submission of materials should be set 1 month before the release of each issue;
  • The guide is based mainly (with minor changes, number of pages, font size, and spacing) on the International University Conference Proceedings Standards;
  • Master’s and doctoral students have to submit the scientific supervisor’s consent with the thesis;
  • In case of non-compliance with the above-mentioned conditions, the publishing house reserves the right not to accept the articles;
  • The publication of each issue is directed by the International Scientific Council;
  • Each article will be evaluated by peer review (Georgian and foreign reviewers will change each time);
  • Interested authors, please send materials to us by e-mail: kentavri@tafu.edu.ge;
    When uploading a document, please indicate in the field “Art Science Studies”.

Deadlines for receiving articles

  1. February March; publishing in April;
  2. May June; publishing in July; (Non-thematic art of the International Conference “20th Century Art” of Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University)
  3. May-31 august – Publishing in December

Submit an article

Send the file created in compliance with the above rules to the following address:

telephone: +995 32 2999411
e-mail: kentavri@tafu.edu.ge

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