Helen Julia Minors's research while affiliated with Kingston University London and other places

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This chapter takes a particular case study, that of the live multimodal signed gestural language, Soundpainting, to reassess the issues of intuition, dissemination and authorship in a collaborative context. It defines what Soundpainting is and illustrates how a performer-composer uses their intuition in the creation of a new work. It seeks new form...
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This chapter sets out the context for Collaborative Arts Research within Higher Education Institutions, specifically within the UK, offering examples of the mechanisms for research development, assessment and funding in order to explore how collaborative artistic research functions within such a context. It is not exclusive to the UK: this chapter...
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This chapter lays out the main aims, questions and concerns of this volume, iterating some of the context for the debate before offering an overview of this volume’s contents.
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This volume explores the issue of collaboration which is an issue at the centre of Performance Arts Research. It is explored here through the different practices of in music, dance, drama, fine art, installation art, digital media or other performance arts. Collaborative processes are seen to develop as it occurs between academic researchers in the...
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This article presents five case studies from within music in higher education programmes that collectively explore key questions concerning how we look at the challenges and trends, and the need for change to react to the recent higher education (HE) climate, through reference to teaching musicians the skills, knowledge and diverse career creativit...
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This article presents five case studies from within music in higher education programmes that collectively explore key questions concerning how we look at the challenges and trends, and the need for change to react to the recent higher education (HE) climate, through reference to teaching musicians the skills, knowledge and diverse career creativit...

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... The same author describes SP as a method that explains the possibilities of interaction and collaboration: Soundpainting is a method that relies on collaboration in the sense that a number of people must work together in responding to the signs of the soundpainter in order to create the new work [9]. ...
... Courses on entrepreneurship have been implemented (Toscher 2020;Schediwy, Loots, and Bhansing 2018), and issues of social inequities are taken more seriously (Westerlund 2019;Green 2012). There has been an increasing academisation of HME (Jääskeläinen, López-Íñiguez, and Phillips 2020;Angelo, Varkøy, and Georgii-Hemming 2019; Bartleet et al. 2019;Minors et al. 2017), with an apparent gravitation towards student-centredness. However, few scholars address how power mechanisms in teaching will manifest also in student-centred environments (Christophersen 2016). ...