Helen Lancaster - Professional Guidance and Mentor

Helen Lancaster

Higher education (performing arts - curriculum, practice and delivery), cultural policy, and leadership in the arts.

View PDFDifferent Streets: Reading the map of post-secondary training options in music

Training options for professional musicians: university and technical colleges in Australia. Editorial for Sounds Australian Issue 64.

View PDFGoing Global: The future of music training

Internationalisation of higher education and the implications for music institutions. Paper delivered to the NACTMUS conference, Byron Bay NSW 2001.

View PDFConservatoria: Interacting with a Wider Audience

Conservatoria as part of the cultural infrastructure of the community. Paper delivered at the ISME Commission for Education of Professional Musicians, Stavanger Norway 2002.

View PDFMaking Music: art, research, or both?

Research as practice options from universities around Australia. Article published by Real Time.

View PDFPlaying around … in preparation for a music career.

Career options for music graduates. Article published by Real Time.

View PDFVisionary Encounters

Encounters symposium held at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University: a “week-long exploration of 200 years of interaction in Australian music between Indigenous and European cultures”. Review published in Music Forum, 2005.

View PDFWhat price Asian students?

Asian students in the Western conservatorium setting. Seminar presentation at CONNECTing symposium at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, 2002.

View PDFDifferent streets, different beats

Editorial from Sounds Australian Vol.64 (2004) commenting on the state of post-secondary music education and training in Australia


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