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Writing

I have been commissioned to share my ideas and learnings in writing - and love doing this.    

 

Selected examples of previous publications are below and read my blog here.

Churchill Fellowship

In 2020, I published the findings from my Churchill Fellowship, which explored inclusive music programs, venues and festivals which actively engage disabled people. The report and associated articles are available here.

Image description: Morwenna smiling, wea

Image description: Morwenna smiling, wearing a blue dress in front of a colourful wall panel at the Sydney Opera House (Credit: Jacquie Manning Photography).

Publications I’m quoted in

Books and book chapters

  • Routledge Handbook for Disability Arts, Culture and Media Studies, (December 2018). Authors: Sarah Austin, Kath Duncan, Gerard Goggin, Lachlan MacDowell, Veronica Pardo and Eddie Patterson. Contributors: Jax Borwn, Morwenna Collett, Bree Hadley, Kate Hood, Jess Kapuscinski-Evans, Donna McDonald, Julie McNamara, Gaelle Mellis, Eva Sifis and Kate Sulan. This was part of my contribution in the research team working on “Disability and the Performing Arts in Australia: Beyond the Social Model”, a project exploring key themes in the arts and disability sector, supported by an Australian Research Council Linage grant and the University of Melbourne (2017-2018).

  • Australian Youth Orchestras’ Role in Development of Young Musicians, Lambert Academic Publishing, Cologne, Germany (2010). Masters Thesis Published as a Monograph.

  • Book chapter published in Australasian Music Research, Volume 9. Growing Up Making Music: Youth Orchestras in Australia and Around the World, Lyrebird Press, edited by Margaret Kartomi, David Pear and Kay Dreyfus (Sept 2007). My chapter was titled: The Queensland Youth Orchestra and its Role in the Development of Young Musicians: A Case Study of Benefits.

 

Conference publications

  • “Evaluation design for true accessibility: lessons from an impact evaluation of Unlimited, a commissions programme for disabled artists” (co-authored with Tandi Williams). Conference paper published in proceedings for ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, July 2016, The University of Sydney.