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Resources that discuss the creative process, links between theory and practice, methodology and many more issues regarding practice-based research.
Watch videos of our practitioners discussing their individual approach to the creative process.
Watch videos exploring the creative process.
British Forum for Ethnomusicology/Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference 2017: Exploring Musical Practice.
Read about the RMA/BFE Students’ Research Conference 2017
Bibliography and webography of sources related to practice research.
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Resources from our workshops are now available.
CReaTE (Canterbury Research and Thesis Environment) is a repository of research produced by researchers at CCCU. The research is in numerous formats such as: journal articles, conference papers, videos, performances, artwork, websites and many more.
To view research by practitioners of the Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts, click here.
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