Research Projects & Publications

Research Areas

The artist-researcher is at the intersection of theory and practice – breaking down barriers between and combining creative doing with reflexive being. Practice-as-research at its best is not just a combination of creative practice and theoretical research, but rather a practice that embodies research. As such, practice-as-research practitioners are often forward-looking auteurs, pioneers, inventors and influencers simultaneously artistic and scientific, systematic, and instinctive, and they know no boundaries. A selection of research projects undertaken by LASALLE staff during their service in the College is listed below.

Arts Pedagogy

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Arts Pedagogy
Special Educational Needs Damaris Carlisle (Doctor of Education (EdD), University of Western Australia)
Challenges and Lessons from LASALLE Malar Villi Nadeson (Doctor of Education - Higher Education (EdD), University of Liverpool)
Education for the Creative Industries – A Singaporean Paradox Chris Shaw (PhD in Design Education, Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Found Objects in Art Therapy Wong June Teck Daniel<br><span class="hide">, </span>(work with Ronald Lay (Doctor of Education (EdD), University of Western Australia))
Credentialed Art Therapists and Experiential Learning Ronald Lay (Doctor of Education (EdD), University of Western Australia)
Pilot Residency programme: a proposal for interdisciplinary initiatives Vence, France Nadine Ouellet, Joanne Pang, Dinu Bodiciu, Ginette Chittick, Vincent Delgado
The ART Therapy Project in Thailand: Our Stories Wong June Teck Daniel (work with Dr Patcharin Sughondhabirom, Art Therapy Foundation (Thailand))
Creative Writing

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Creative Writing
Spatial and Product Design

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Way, Shape, Form Stanley Lim, Nur Hidayah Abu Bakar
Fashion

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Fashion
Analysis of Her World magazine from 1970 - 1985 Nadya Wang Sin Yee (PhD, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London)
Fashion & Disability Circe Henestrosa