Creative Practice, History and Theory
Creative Practices Research in Arts, Culture and Heritage bring together creative practitioners and those who write about creative practice, in the areas ranging from Art and Music to Dance and the Media.
This research includes all aspects of the history, theory and practice of art and design. We work with major international museums, art galleries, libraries, public record offices, a variety of council units and group and a number of community arts projects.
This research includes all aspects of language studies, linguistics and applied linguistics, poetry, as well as applied, practice-based, and pedagogical research in English.
The Dance and Somatic Practice Research Group are a close-knit team of practitioner-researchers with an inquiry-based ethos, working in community dance and somatics practices.
This research brings together people who are engaged in researching music from multiple perspectives: composition, ethnomusicology, history and cultural studies.
The Arts and Humanities Research Academy is home to a vibrant community of scholars leading innovative and exciting projects. We tell stories of the past, the present and the future through research projects in local, national and global contexts.
The Creative Practice Research Academy (CPRA) is home to a diverse and engaged community of scholars who undertake creative practice research, theoretical and contextual research into creative practices.