Dr Nick Owen MBE PLUS

Working in and on the Business of Cultural Education

Publications and Research Outputs

I completed my Ph.D thesis – A Search For Creative Partnerships; Constructing Pedagogies For Artists And Educators Working Together  – in 2008 at the University of Hull, funded by a unique scholarship from Creative Partnerships Hull.

Subsequent publications include:

Owen, N., Grindley L. and Fujii, M. (2016) Creative Development in The Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice (1st, 2nd and 3rd Editions, ed. Palaiologou, I.) London: SAGE.

Russell, L. and Owen, N. (2013) The Creative Research Process: Delights and Difficulties. LEARNing Landscapes, Autumn 2012 Vol.6 No.1 – Creativity: Insights, Directions and Possibilities. Québec: LEARN. More here.

Owen, N., Grindley L. and Fujii, M. (2013) Creative Development in The Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice (2nd Edition, ed. Palaiologou, I.) London: SAGE. More here.

Arts-Based Educational Research: A state of work, rest and play, Research Intelligence, Issue 115, BERA: London (2011), More here.

Closing Schools for the Future (2011) presented at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival at Riverside Studios, London. More here.

Placing Students at the Centre of Creative Learning (Series Editors: Sefton-Green, J. Ruthra-Rajan, N. and Thomson, P.) London: Routledge (2011)

Class Writing  York: National Association of Writers in Education (2010). Download here.

Outsiders / Insiders: becoming a creative partner with schools in Excellence in School Education: some ideas from leading practitioners (ed. Chaudhry, H) Delhi: Scholastic (2010)

Outsider | Insiders: becoming a creative partner with schools        International Handbook of Creative Learning, (Eds. Sefton Green, J.,  Thomson P., Bresler, L. and Jones, K). London: Routledge (2010)

Closing Schools for the Future. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Educational Research for Development, Vol 1. Ethiopia: Addis Ababa University (2010)

 Planning for Creative Development in The Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice.  (Ed. Palaiologou, I.) London: SAGE (2009)

When Herbert Met Ken: Understanding the 100 Languages of Creativity English in Education / National Association for the Teaching of English, Vol. 41 No. 2. (2007). Download here.

The Puppet Question revisited: movements, models and manipulations in The Aspire Papers, Vol 1. Liverpool and Wallasey: The Aspire Trust Press (2008)

A Long Time Ago. Writing in Education, No., 45. York: National Association of Writers in Education (2008)

Living the Life in the Dying School in The Aspire Papers, Vol 1. Liverpool and Wallasey: The Aspire Trust Press. (2008)

That’s Entertainment? – how teachers represent their work with CP artists in The Aspire Papers, Vol 1. Liverpool and Wallasey: The Aspire Trust Press. (2008)

Writing Together in English Drama Media, Issue 11. Sheffield: National Association for the Teaching of English (2008)

They Writted Loads and Loads: the role of the meta-author. Writing in Education, Issue 43. York: National Association of Writers in Education. (2007)

“Mr Torpey Nick Sir!” Writing in Education, Issue 41. York: National Association of Writers in Education (2007)

The Infectious Outsider: Towards a Pedagogy for Artist Educators in Theatre and Education: Creating New Roles for the 21st Century, ( Govas, N. & Choleva, N. (edit.) Athens: Hellenic Theatre / Drama & Education Network. (2006)

Creativity and Learning: Unleashing the Unwanted on the Unexpecting. Animated, Journal of Community Dance. Leicester: Foundation for Community Dance (2003)

The Puppet Question: Integration of Disabled People into Performing Arts Industries. Animated, Journal of Community Dance. Leicester: Foundation for Community Dance. (2002)

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