Dr Lee Campbell Dr Lee Campbell is a Lecturer in Fine Art for The School of Fine and Performing Arts, College of Arts

“Using research informed teaching, my teaching practice contributes to current critical discourses around performative pedagogy and inclusion in the arts. My research particularly relates to the intersection between Performance and pedagogic strategies deployed by teachers to widen audience participation/student engagement. My current research also focuses on pedagogic strategies for accommodating students with visual impairment and I have recently published an article for Royal National Institute of Blind People’s ‘In Sight’ online magazine sharing useful adaptations drawn on my experience to help make learning about art accessible for students with visual impairment (https://www.rnib.org.uk/insight-online/fine-art-adaptations-student-vision-impairment). I aim to improve the breadth and depth of knowledge about human culture in relation to increasing understanding of VI by engaging both sighted and non-sighted persons in a series of practical experiments that promote experiential learning through a deployment of performative pedagogies. I have carried out a full literature review on this topic finding very little across the disciplines (Performance Art and VI) and have found a gap to explore. I have been invited to conduct such experiments as part of project that I will oversee at the Barbican Centre in London in the latter part of 2017 as part of their Creative Learning initiative.”

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