2017: Bling! Bank Street Arts, Sheffield.
2017: ‘This Girl Can’ Morris Dance, Cecil Sharp House, London.
2014: Making Traditions [Pop-up] People’s History Museum, Manchester.
2019: Play, Air Gallery, Manchester.
2018: 2021 Open, 2021 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe.
2018: Crowd Show, NNContemporary, Northampton.
2018: Next Wave, RBSA Gallery, Birmingham.
2017: Creating the Countryside, Compton Verney, Warwickshire.
2017: The London Group Open, Cello Factory, London.
2017: Blowing a Gail, The Old Town House, Warrington.
2017: Reclaim Photography Festival, The Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton.
2016: LEAVE//REMAIN, Bank Street Arts, Sheffield.
2015: KULES Public View, Olympus Engineering / Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent.
2018: Jersey Heritage, Jersey.
2017: Bank Street Arts, Sheffield.
2015: Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent.
Funding and Awards
2018: Malcolm Taylor Grant, English Folk Dance and Song Society
2018: AFS International Bursary
2018: Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation Award
2017: Arts Enterprise Grant, ‘This Girl Can Morris Dance’
2015: British Council Travel Grant
2015: National Centre for Research Methods Bursary
2014: Economic and Social Research Council Bursary
2013: PRS for Music Foundation Award
2009 – 2014: Vice Chancellor PhD scholarship
2014: Manchester School of Art, Practice-led PhD (Vice Chancellor Scholarship)
2009: SOAS, University of London, MMus Ethnomusicology (Distinction)
2006: University of York, BA Hons History of Art (First)
2019: Practice-based Research Fellow, University of Leeds
AHRC-funded project, 'Cultural Participation: Stories of Success, Histories of Failure', School of Performance and Cultural Industries
2019: Arts Research and Development Co-ordinator
2018/19: Lecturer (maternity cover), Nottingham Trent University
School of Art and Design
2018: Research Fellow, Anglia Ruskin University
WISE / Amazon project
2017/18: Senior Research Associate, University of East Anglia
AHRC-funded Connected Communities project, 'Participatory Arts and DIY Cultures', Department of Art, Media and American Studies
2016/17: Research Associate, University of Sheffield
AHRC-funded project, 'Digital Folk', Department of Music
2014/16: Research Associate, Manchester Metropolitan University
AHRC-funded project, 'Gut Feeling', Centre for Enterprise
with Simon Keegan-Phipps and David Gauntlett, Digital Folk: Digital Media in Folk Arts Participation (in preparation)
‘“What a Troupe Family Does”: Family as Transmission Narrative in the British Carnival Troupe Dancing Community’, Dance Research Journal, (accepted for publication)
‘Performing the “Artistic Turn”: Participatory Methods in Ethnomusicology Research’, Ethnomusicology (in preparation)
‘Making Traditions: Girls’ Carnival Morris Dancing and Material Practice’, Yearbook for Traditional Music, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 26 – 48 (click for link)
‘Girls’ Carnival Morris Dancing and Contemporary Folk Dance Scholarship, Folklore, vol. 128, no. 1, pp. 157 – 174 (click for link)
with Lynn M. Martin and Bob Jerrard, ‘“Gut Feeling in Small Design Consultancies’, The Design Journal, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 577 – 594
with Lynn M. Martin, ‘An Unusual Job for a Woman? Women Entrepreneurs in Scientfic, Engineering and Technology Sectors’, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 539 - 556
‘“Enjoy it, Destroy it?”: Forty Years of Punk Rock Literature, in Oxford Handbook of Punk Rock, eds. George McKay and Gina Arnold, Oxford University Press (in press)
‘Girls’ Carnival Morris Dancing and the Politics of Participation’, The Histories of the Morris in Britain, Vaughan Williams Memorial Library Press, pp. 295 – 312
with Simon Keegan-Phipps, ‘Digital Folk: Tradition, Vernacular and Learning to be a Folk Musician with Social Media’, in Oxford Handbook of Social Media and Music Learning, eds. Stephanie Horsley, Janice Waldron, Kari K. Weblen, Oxford University Press (in press)
‘Oxford Handbook of Applied Ethnomusicology’, Ethnomusicology Review (in preparation)
‘Folk Fashion’ by Amy Twigger Holroyd, Folklore (in press)
‘The Anglo-Scottish Ballad and its Imaginary Contexts’ by David Atkinson. Ethnomusicology Review [online]
New Perspectives in the Participatory Arts, University of East Anglia / Arts and Humanities Research Council, Connected Communities
with Simon Keegan-Phipps and Jo Miller, Digital Folk: Digital technologies and practices among folk arts practitioners, University of Sheffield / English Folk Dance and Song Society
with Amanda Ravetz, Validation Beyond the Gallery, Manchester Metropolitan University / Axisweb
Other Print and Online Media
‘“This Girl Can Morris Dance”, Living Tradition Magazine, no. 119, pp. 24 – 26
‘A Hidden Folk Dance: Introducing Girls’ Carnival Morris Dancing’, English Dance and Song Magazine, pp. 28 – 29
‘Girls’ Carnival Morris Dancing: A Contemporary Folk Dance?’, Folklore Thursday [online blog]
Discovering and Representing Street Carnival Marching Bands and Dance Troupes in the Museum, symposium convenor with Frances Thirlway, University of York, National Museum of Wales, Huis van Alijn Museum of Everyday Life, Ghent, 10 – 11 July
New Perspectives in the Participatory Arts, conference convenor with George McKay, University of East Anglia, 22 – 23 May
Carnivals, Pageants and Street Parades Research Network Study Day, symposium convenor with Frances Thirlway, University of York, 27 April
Parochial Punk, symposium convenor with George McKay, Norwich Arts Centre, 23 November
Folklore Society Early Careers Day, conference convenor with Ceri Houlbrook, Warburg Institute, London, 9 November
Digital Folk, conference convenor with Simon Keegan-Phipps, University of Sheffield, 19 April
Gut Feeling, symposium coordinator, The Design Council, London, 30 September