PhD Up – Writing Strategies for Creative Practice Research

Master the process, style and structure of HDR creative practice research writing.

Creative practice research requires distinct approaches to writing structure, process and style. In creative practice research (including variants ‘practice-as', ‘practice-based’, or ‘practice-led’ research), the creative work ‘does’ critical thinking – so how can we write about it?

Writing your dissertation in creative practice research involves developing skills to clearly articulate the function of creative practice within your broader research aims. Practice-as-research offers scope to creatively present your dissertation and/or creative artefact, without losing sight of the key requirements of research. 

This workshop will discuss process, style and structure in HDR creative practice research writing. It will consider ways to articulate methods and establish authorial voice in relation to concepts and communities of practice. Hands-on activities, examples of creative practice research writing, and strategies for approaching process and form in writing will be included.

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