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Creative industries work and career

Hennekam, S., & Bennett, D. (In press). Sexual harassment in the creative industries: tolerance, culture and the need for change. Gender, Work and Organization. Accepted December 2016.

Hennekam, S., & Bennett, D. (In press). Creative industries work across multiple contexts: Common themes and challenges. Personnel Review. Accepted October 2015.

Macarthur, S., Hope, S., & Bennett, D. (2016, May 30). The sound of silence: Why aren’t Australia’s female composers being heard? The Conversation, https://theconversation.com/the-sound-of-silence-why-arent-australias-female-composers-being-heard-59743

Bennett, D., & Richardson, S. (2016, May 10). What do we know about the work of performing arts graduates? Loud Mouth: The Music Trust E-zine, http://musictrust.com.au/loudmouth/what-do-we-know-about-the-work-of-performing-arts-graduates/

Bennett, D., & Burnard, P. (2016). Human capital career creativities for creative industries work: Lessons underpinned by Bourdieu’s tools for thinking. In Comunian, R., & Gilmore, A. (Eds). Higher education and the creative economy: Beyond the campus (pp. 123-142). London: Routledge, London. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138918733

Hennekam, S., & Bennett, D. (2016). (Self)managing complexity: Managing work in the Netherlands creative industries. International Journal of Arts Management, 19(1), 31-41. Available at: https://www.gestiondesarts.com/en/self-management-of-work-in-the-creative-industries-in-the-netherlands#.V9u7xJN94W9

Reid, A., Bennett, D., & Petocz, P. (2016). Creative workers’ perceptions of worth: Understanding identity and motivation in a complex workforce. Australian Journal of Career Development, 25(1), 33-41. doi: 10.1177/1038416216637089

Bennett, D., & Hennekam, S. (2016). Involuntary career transition and identity within the artist population. Personnel Review, 45(6), 1114-1131. doi: 10.1108/PR-01-2015-0020

Bennett, D. (2014). Music industry and careers: Evidencing work within the creative industries. Music Journal, Nov(2014).Available at http://musicaustralia.org.au/2014/11/evidencing-work-within-the-creative-industries/

Bennett, D., Coffey, J., Fitzgerald, S., Petocz, P, & Rainnie, A. (2014). Beyond the creative: Understanding the intersection of specialist and embedded work for creatives in metropolitan Perth. In G. Hearn, R. Bridgstock, B. Goldsmith & J. Rodgers (Eds), Creative work beyond the creative industries: Innovation, employment, and education (pp. 158-174). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Bennett, D., Reid, A., & Petocz, P. (2014). Creative workers’ views on cultural heritage and sustainability. Journal of Aesthetics and Culture, 6(2014). Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/jac.v6.24476

Petocz, P., Reid, A., & Bennett, D. (2014). The music workforce, cultural heritage and sustainability. International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries, 1(2), 4-16. Available at http://www.ijcci.net/index.php?option=module&lang=en&task=pageinfo&id=106&index=4

Bennett, D. (2013). Music and musicians: VJzoo – Kat Black and Jasper Cook. Music Forum Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19(3), 42-45.

Coffey, J., & Bennett, D. (2013). Constructing an artistic identity two careers at a time: Dance and the career lifecycle. In Williamon, A., & Goebl, W. (Eds.) 2013 International Symposium on Performance Science (pp. 231-236): Vienna, Austria, August.

Reid, A., Petocz, P., Bennett, D., & Peres Da Costa, N. (2013). Cultural heritage and sustainability as an essential disposition for music graduates. In Frielick, S., Buissink-Smith, N., Wyse, P., Billot, J., Hallas, J., & Whitehead, E. (Eds.) Research and Development in Higher Education: The Place of Learning and Teaching, 36 (pp. 381-390). Auckland, New Zealand, July.

Rowley, J., & Bennett, D. (2013). Technology, identity and the creative artist. Proceedings of The 2013 Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite) Conference (pp. 775-780): Sydney, NSW, December.

Bennett, D. (2012). Creative migration: A Western Australian case study of creative artists. In C. Gibson (Ed.), Creativity in peripheral places: Redefining the creative industries. London: Routledge.

Fitzgerald, S., Rainnie, A., & Bennett, D. (2012). Cultural Labour in Australia: Towards a Renewed Research Agenda. 26th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference.

Bennett, D., Fitzgerald, S., & Rainnie, A. (2011). All cities are different: Moving creative workforce research forward to a new specificity. State Of Australian Cities National Conference 2011 (n. p). Melbourne: Melbourne University, November.

Rainnie, A., Fitzgerald, S., & Bennett, D. (2011). Creative workers in Western Australia: Towards a renewed research agenda. Regions, 283(Autumn), 19-21.

Bennett, D. (2010). Creative migration: A Western Australian case study of creative artists. Australian Geographer, 41(1), 117-128. Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00049180903535626#preview

Bennett, D., & Ballico. C. (2010). The tyranny of distance: Viability and relevance in regional live music performance. The UNESCO E-journal of Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts, 1(5). Available at: http://www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/unesco/ejournal/vol-one-issue-five.html

Bennett, D. (2010). State of play: Live original music venues in Western Australia. Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture, 11(1), 49-66.

Bennett, D. (2009). Creativity and ‘new’ careers. What can we learn from the creative industries? In D. Bennett, J. Earnest & M. Tanji (Eds.), People, place and power: Australia and the Asia Pacific (pp. 45-57). Perth: Black Swan Press

Bennett, D. (2009). Creative ex-pats: Globalization and creative communities. In P. J. Maginn, R. Jones, & F. Haslam-Mackenzie (Eds.) Proceedings of the 4th State of Australian Cities (SOAC) conference (n. p). University of Western Australia, Perth, November.

Bennett, D. (2008). Identity as a catalyst for success. In M. Hannan (Ed.), 17th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 1-5). Perth: International Society for Music Education, July.

Bennett, D. (2008). What do musicians do for a living? Music Forum Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 14(2), 42-45.

Bennett, D. (2008). What kinds of musician would you like to be? Music in Action, 6(1), 14-16.

Bennett, D. (2007). Creative artists or cultural practitioners? Holistic practice in Australia’s cultural industries. Journal of Australian Studies, 90, 133-151.

Bennett, D. (2007). Not as we thought: Transitions into the orchestral workplace. In Stanberg, A., McIntosh, J., & Faulkner, R. (Eds.), Celebrating Musical Communities: Proceedings of the XVI Australian Society for Music Education National Conference (pp. 56-59). Perth: Australian Society for Music Education, July.

Bennett, D. (2007). What musicians do for a living? Paper written for the Music in Australia Knowledge Base: Paper reproduced in the Music Form Journal, 2008 (above). November.

Bennett, D. (2004). Peas in a cultural pod? A comparison of the skills and personal attributes of artists and musicians. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2004(1), 22-25.

Bennett, D. (2004). What’s a musician anyway? Music Forum Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 10(3), 35-37.

Bennett, D. (2003). Peas in a cultural pod: Similarities in the working lives of practising artists. Australian Society for Music Education, WA Chapter, 2005 (June).

Post-secondary education and training

Bennett, D., & Chong, E. K. (In press). A Singaporean study of pre-service music teachers’ career intentions and self-beliefs. International Journal of Music Education. Accepted June 2016.

Bennett, D., Reid, A., & Rowley, J. (In press). Student musicians’ experiences of reflexivity during internships. International Journal of Music Education. Accepted April 2016.

Ghaziah, G., & Bennett, D. (In press). Malaysian educational reform: Does the focus on generic skills align with the needs of music graduates? International Journal of Music Education. Accepted June 2016.

Mason, B., Thomson, C., Bennett, D., & Johnston, J. (In press). Re-making the world: Symbolic struggle in teaching Aboriginal affairs reporting. In Widin, J., Hartman, D., & Albright, J. Bourdieu’s field theory and the social sciences. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Accepted with minor revisions September 2016.

Rowley, J., & Bennett, D. (In press). ePortfolios in Australian higher education arts: Differences and differentiations. Submitted to International Journal of Education and the Arts, November 2015. Accepted with minor revisions, submitted June 2016.

Rowley, J., Bennett, D., & Reid, A. (2017). Leadership as a core creativity for musician identity. In E. Chong (Ed.), Proceedings of the 21st international seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 43-51). St Andrew’s University, Scotland.

Bennett, D. (2016). Developing employability in higher education music. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 15(3-4), 386-395. doi: 10.1177/1474022216647388

Bennett, D. (2016, March). Professional scholars as employability experts: Bringing industry experience in to the studio. Professional development workshop conducted for music one-to-one teachers. University of New South Wales. Sydney.

Bennett, D., Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Hitchcock, M., & Blom, D. (2016). Electronic portfolios and learner identity: A case study in music and writing. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 40(1), 107-124. doi: 10.1080/0309877X.2014.895306

Bennett, D. (2016). Developing employability and professional identity through visual narratives. Australian Art Education, 37(2), 100-115. Available at: https://www.arteducation.org.au/index.php/journals/current-issue

Bartleet, B-L., Bennett, D., Power, A., & Sunderland, N. (2015). Engaging first peoples in arts-based service learning: Towards respectful and mutually beneficial educational practices. New York: Springer.

Bennett, D., & Bridgstock, R. (2015). The urgent need for career preview: Student expectations and graduate realities in music and dance. International Journal of Music Education, 33(3), 263–277. Available at: http://ijm.sagepub.com/content/33/3/263.full.pdf?ijkey=8w4Eyypz0Wj5p2z&keytype=finite

Bennett, D., Reid, A., & Petocz, P. (2015). Student stories of creativity in music higher education: Creativity “on the other side of the divide”. In Burnard, P., & Haddon, L. (Eds), Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education (pp. 21-35). London: Bloomsbury.

Bennett, D., & Robertson, R. (2015). Preparing students for diverse careers: Developing career literacy with final-year writing students. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 12(3). Available at: http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol12/iss3/5

Power, A., & Bennett, D. (2015). Moments of becoming: Experiences of embodied connection to place in arts-based service learning in Australia. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. Published online 20 Jan 2015 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1359866X.2014.960801

Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Dunbar-Hall, P. (2015). Creative teaching with performing arts students: Developing career creativities through the use of ePortfolios for career awareness and resilience. In Burnard, P., & Haddon, L. (Eds), Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education (pp. 241-260.) London: Bloomsbury.

Bartleet, B., Bennett, D., Marsh, K., Power, A., & Sunderland, N. (2014). Reconciliation and transformation through mutual learning: Outlining a framework for arts-based service learning with Indigenous communities in Australia. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15(8), n. p. Available at http://ijea.org/v15n8/

Bennett, D. (2014). Identity and the learning process: ePortfolios and higher education Arts students. Proceedings of the 31st International Society for Music Education World Conference (pp. 264-270), Porto Alegre, Brazil, July.

Blom, D., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Hitchcock, M., & Dunbar-Hall, P. (2014). Knowledge sharing: Exploring institutional policy and educator practice through ePortfolios in music and writing. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 12(2), pp. 138-148. Available at http://www.ejel.org/issue/current.html 

Power, A., Bennett, D., & Bartleet, B. (2014). Mutual transformation through Arts-based Service Learning with First Nations communities:  An Australian Case Study. Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, 6(1), 49-61. http://discovery.indstate.edu/jcehe/index.php/joce/article/view/205

Reid, A., & Bennett, D. (2014). Becoming and being a musician: The role of creativity in students’ learning and identity formation. In Carruthers, G. (Ed.), Relevance and reform in the education of professional musicians. The 20th international seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 15-23). Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/2.1.2916.3204

Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Dunbar-Hall, P., & Hitchcock, M. (2014). Exploring the pedagogy and impact of technology on ePortfolio creation for Arts students in Australian tertiary study. UAE Journal of Educational Technology and eLearning, Dec(2014), 36-45. Available at http://ejournal.hct.ac.ae/wp-content/uploads/2014_Article4_Rowley.pdf

Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Blom, D., Bennett, D., & Hitchcock, M. (2014). ePortfolios in the teaching of music and other creative and performing arts in four Australian universities. Proceedings of the 31st International Society for Music Education World Conference (pp. 20-25), Porto Alegre, Brazil, July.

Bennett, D. (2013). The role of career creativities in developing identity and becoming expert selves. In P. Burnard (Ed.), Developing creativities in higher music education (pp. 234-244).  London: Routledge.

Bennett, D., & Hannan, M. (2013). Inside life ‘in the real world’. Music Forum Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19(4), 32-34.

Bennett, D., Lancaster, H., & O’Hara, B. (2013). Easy access? Finding one’s way from secondary to post-secondary music education and training in Australia. E-Journal of Studies in Music Education, 19(2), 14-24. Available at http://www.merc.canterbury.ac.nz/downloads/Vol9_No2_sm.pdf

Blom, D., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Hitchcock, M., & Dunbar-Hall, P. (2013). Two-way impact: institutional e-learning policy/educator practices in creative arts through ePortfolio creation. In Ciussi, M., & Augier, M. (Eds.). 12th European Conference on e-Learning (pp. 33-40). Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.

Dunbar-Hall, P., Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., & Hitchcock, M. (2013). ePortfolios in music and creative arts education: Innovating to inspire learning. Proceedings of the XIX National Conference of the Australian Society for Music Education (pp. 82 – 87): Canberra, September.

Bartleet, B., Bennett, D., Bridgstock, R., Draper, P., Harrison, S., & Schippers, H. (2012). Preparing for portfolio careers in Australian music: Setting a research agenda. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2012(1), 32-42.

Bennett, D. (2012). A creative approach to exploring student identity. The international journal of creativity & problem solving, 22(1), 27-41. http://creativity.or.kr

Bennett, D. (Ed.). (2012). Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable. Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.

Bennett, D. (2012). Rethinking success: Music in higher education. International Journal of the Humanities, 9(5), 181-188.

Bennett, D. (2012). Staying afloat: Skills, attributes and passion. In D. Bennett (Ed.). Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable (pp. 3-10). Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.

Bennett, D. (2012). The use of learner-generated drawings in the development of music students’ teacher identities. International Journal of Music Education, 31(1), 53-67.

Available at DOI: 10.1177/0255761411434498.

Bennett, D., Beeching, A., Burt-Perkins, R., Carruthers, G., Hannan, M., & Weller, J. Music, musicians and careers. (2012). In D. Bennett (Ed.). Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable (pp. 63-78). Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.

Bennett, D., & Freer, P. (2012). Possible selves and the messy business of identifying with career. In Weller, J. (Ed.). Educating Professional Musicians in a Global Context. Proceedings of the 18th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 14-20). Philippos Nakas Conservatory, Athens, July.

Freer, P., & Bennett, D (2012). Developing musical and educational identities in university music students. Music Education Research, 14(3), 265-284. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14613808.2012.712507

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2011). Constructing pedagogy: The nexus between artistic practice, research and teaching. Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) national conference (pp. 74-78). Queensland, July.

Bennett, D. (2010). La música clásica como profesión. Editorial Graó, Barcelona. Originally published in 2008 by Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot.

Bennett, D. (2009). Academy and the real world: Developing realistic notions of careers in the performing arts. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, l8(3), 309-327.

Bennett, D. (2009). Dance careers: Beyond performance to the real world of work. Journal of Dance Education, 9(1), 27-34. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15290824.2009.10387381

Bennett, D. (2009). The city: Creative migration and the demise of live music venues. Interdisciplinary Themes (1)1, 136-141.

Bennett, D., & Moore, P. (2008). Careers and contingencies: Constructing careers in the music and building industries. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 3, 3-9.

Bennett, D. (2008). A gendered study of the working patterns of classical musicians: Implications for practice. International Journal of Music Education, 26(1), 89-100.

Bennett, D. (2008). Dancer or dance artist? Dance careers and identity. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3(3), 73-77.

Bennett, D. (2008). Portfolio careers and the conservatoire. (2008). In M. Hannan & D. Bennett (Eds.), Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians’ work (pp. 61-73). Perth: Black Swan Press.

Bennett, D. (2008). Understanding the classical music profession: The past, the present and strategies for the future. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Bennett, D. (2008). Utopia for music graduates. Is it achievable, and how should it be defined? British Journal of Music Education, 24(2), 179-189.

Bennett, D., & Hannan, M. (Eds.). (2008). Inside, outside, downside up. Conservatoire training and musicians’ work. Perth: Black Swan Press.

Bennett, D., & Hannan, M. (2008). Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians’ work. In M. Hannan & D. Bennett (Eds.), Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians’ work (pp. i – ix). Perth: Black Swan Press.

Bennett, D., & Stanberg, A. (2008). Musicians as teachers: Fostering a positive view. In M. Hannan & D. Bennett (Eds.), Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians’ work (pp. 11-23). Perth: Black Swan Press

Bennett, D., & Hannan, M. (Eds.). (2007). New models for educating professional musicians in the twenty-first century. Proceedings of the 16th International Seminar of the Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician. Perth: International Society for Music Education.

Bennett, D. (2006). Musicians as teachers: Fostering a positive view. In Hannan, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 26-37). Hanoi: National Conservatory of Music, July.

Bennett, D. (2006). Musicians’ skills and attributes: Implications for education. In Hannan, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 15-25). Hanoi: National Conservatory of Music, July.

Bennett, D. (2006). ‘Musotopia.’ Is it achievable for music graduates? In Odam, G., & Gaunt, H. (Eds.) The Reflective Conservatoire (n. p). London: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, January.

Stanberg, A., & Bennett, D. (2006). Performing a metamorphosis: A teaching performer or performing teacher?  In Odam, G., & Gaunt, H. (Eds.) The Reflective Conservatoire (n. p). London: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, January.

Bennett, D., & Stanberg, A. (2006). Musicians as teachers: Developing a positive view through collaborative learning partnerships. International Journal of Music Education, 26(3), 219-231.

Bennett, D. (2003). Watch this space! Developing a music/education partnership. The Knowledge Tree, 4(1). Retrieved December 10, 2003, from http://flexiblelearning.net.au/knowledgetree/edition04/html/dawn_intro.htm

The artist academic

Blom, D., Wright, D., & Bennett, D. (2011). How artists working in academia view artistic practice as research: Implications for tertiary music education. International Journal of Music Education, 29(4), 359-373.

Bennett, D. (2010). Shifting the cantus firmus: Australian Music educators and the ERA. Australian Journal of Music Education, 2010(1), 25-35.

Wright, D., Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2010). The interface between arts practice and research: Attitudes and perceptions of Australian artist-academics. Higher Education Research and Development, 29(4), 461-473. Available at: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a923163312~frm=titlelink

Bennett, D., Wright, D., & Blom, D. (2010). The artistic practice-research-teaching (ART) nexus: Translating the information flow. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 7(2). Available at: http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol7/iss2/3

Bennett, D. (2010). Creative and educational spaces: The musician in higher education. Proceedings: 18th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 16-20). Shanghai: Shanghai Conservatory of Music, July.

Blom, D., Bennett, D., & Wright, D. (2010). Arts practice as a site of knowledge/research: An Australian perspective of the artist in academia. In Williams, A. (Ed.). Proceedings 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (pp. 15-19). Beijing: China National Convention Centre, August.

Bennett, D., Blom, D., & Wright, D. (2009). Artist academics: Performing the Australian research agenda. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 10(17), 1-15. Available at http://www.ijea.org/v10n17/index.html

Blom, D., Bennett, D., & Wright, D. (2008). The artist as academic: Arts practice as research. In J. Southcott (Ed.), 30th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (pp. 15-25). Melbourne: Monash University, July.

Blom, D., Wright, D., & Bennett, D. (2008). The artist as academic: Arts practice as a site of knowledge. In M. Hannan (Ed.), 17th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 5-10). Perth: International Society for Music Education, July.

Practice-based research

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2016). New works by Australian women. Recital and lecture given at Curtin University for the 2016 Lunchtime Concert Series, Perth, August.

Blom, D., Bennett, D., & Stevenson, I. (2016). The composer’s program note for new classical music: content and intentions. Frontiers in Performance Science, Nov(7). http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01707

Blom, D., & Bennett, D. (2015). Pinching (or taking back) ideas from popular music: Placing the concept album in contemporary classical music. In O’Regan, J., & Wren, T. (Eds.), Communities, places, ecologies: Selected proceedings of the 2013 IASPM-ANZ Conference, (pp. 126-137). Brisbane: International Association for the Study of Popular Music. Available at: http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=960390420730348;res=IELHSS

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2014). The program note as creative knowledge and skills: Shaping a collaborative interpretation of newly composed music. In Carruthers, G. (Ed.), Relevance and reform in the education of professional musicians. The 20th international seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 173-180). Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/2.1.3245.5369

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). Collaborative understandings in the preparation of a new work for viola and piano. In Williamon, A., & Goebl, W. (Eds.) 2013 International Symposium on Performance Science (pp. 789-794): Vienna, Austria, August.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). East meets West 1. Recital and lecture of new Australian works. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, March 28 2013. Premiers of Diana Blom Into the Sun; Nicole Murphy Surface; and Michael Hannan Tango.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). East meets West II. Recital given at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Perth, April 2 2013. Premiers of Cat Hope The Sinister Glamour of Modernity (after Ross Gibson); and Alice Humphries Fear and Majesty.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). New Australian works for viola and piano. Recital given at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, August 31 2013.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). Recital given at the Performance Space, University of Western Sydney, August 2 2013. Premier of John Encarnacao Tarantula Variations.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). Recital of new works given for the 5th International Music Council World Forum on Music, Brisbane, November 24 2013. Premier of Lisa Cheney Fragile.

Pollitt, J., & Bennett, D. (2009). Choosing the unstable: Dancing through the mid-career crisis. In A. Williamon, S. Pretty, & R. Buck (Eds.). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2009 (pp. 523-528). The Netherlands: European Association of Conservatoires (AEC), November. http://www.legacyweb.rcm.ac.uk/ISPS/Home

Additional Outputs

Plenary addresses, presentations, workshops and symposia

Bartleet, B., Bennett, D., & Power, A. (2016, July). A. Arts-based service learning as creative practice and teaching method: Six years of reciprocal learning in Australian higher music education. Presented at the symposium Community Music: Emerging Contexts, Practices, and Pedagogies, with Higgins, L., Henley, J., Howell, G., & Deane, K. 32nd International Society for Music Education World Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Bennett, D. (2016, July). Involuntary career change: dealing with the unintended. Accepted as part of the international symposium The labour market for music workers in the new millennium, with Schmidt, P., Johansen, G., & Wright, R. 32nd International Society for Music Education World Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

Ballantyne, J., Bennett, D., Chong, E., Randles, C., & Smith, G. D. (2014). Music teacher identities: Research directions and challenges. Symposium presented at the 20th international seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July.

Bartleet, B., Bennett, D., Power, A., & Sunderland, N. (2014). Arts-based Service Learning with Aboriginal Communities in Australia. Paper presented at the 20th international seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July.

Bennett, D. (2015). Deconstructing music careers and identities: Implications for higher music education. Keynote address for the Brazilian National Association of Research and Graduate Studies in Music. National conference 2015: Education of researchers, professors and artists in music: Tendencies, challenges and perspectives. Vitória, Brazil, August.

Bennett, D. (2015). Tear it up and start again: Creativity, self and career. Invited presentation for the 2015 International Creative Colloquium. University of Queensland, November.

Bennett, D. (2015). The impact of background information on audiences and performers: How much is too much? International symposium convened for the International Symposium on Performance Science. Kyoto, September.

Bennett, D. (2015). The musician as researcher: Research with performers and audiences. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Tertiary Music Schools. University of Queensland, November.

Bennett, D. (2015). The musician as researcher: Research with performers and audiences. Presented at the 2015 National Council of Tertiary Music Schools national conference, University of Queensland, November.

Bennett, D., Beeching, A., Burnard, P., Canham, N., Carey, G., & Perkins, R. (2015) Creating employable music graduates: A call for international action. Presented at The Reflective Conservatoire 4th International Conference, London, February 2015.

Bennett, D., & Burnard, P. (2015). Employability for higher education arts graduates: Students and graduates on the subject of being “work ready”. Presented at the International Conference on Arts in Society, symposium: Creative Work, Education and Careers. London, July 2015.

Bennett, D., & Ginsborg, J. (2015). Are program notes counter-productive? The impact of program notes on audience reactions to new music. Unpublished paper presented at The Reflective Conservatoire 4th International Conference, London, February 2015.

Blom, D., & Bennett, D. (2015). Composers and their program note: What do they want the listener to know? Presented at the International Symposium on Performance Science, p. 28. Kyoto, September.

Blom, D., Bennett, D., & Chong, E. (2015). The program note: information for performer and audience? Presented at the International Symposium on Performance Science. Kyoto, September.

Ginsborg, J., & Bennett, D. (2015). Developing familiarity: A new duo’s individual and shared practice features and performance cues. International Symposium on Performance Science, p. 24. Kyoto, September 2015.

Snepvangers, K., & Bennett, D. (2015). Fluid ecologies: Adaptive and creative transitions in visual and performing arts. Presented at the 2015 International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), Fremantle, December.

Bennett, D. (2014). Is there a problem? Higher education and women in composition. Invited presentation for the National Council of Tertiary Music Schools annual conference, Southern Cross University, Sydney, December.

Bennett, D. (2014). Preparing for complexity: Why and how to incorporate self and identity in Arts education. Keynote address for the UNESCO Centre for Arts Research in Education. Singapore: National Institute of Education, Nanyang University, February.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2014). When a theme becomes sound: Influences on the development of interpretive frameworks for music performance. Presented at the Indian Ocean Futures conference. Fremantle, Western Australia, March 2014.

Bennett, D., & Robertson, R. (2014). Creating ‘professional writers’ through the use of ePortfolios. Presented at the 2014 Teaching and Learning Forum. University of Western Australia, January 2014.

Bennett, D., Rowley, J., Blom, D., Dunbar-Hall, P., Hitchcock, M., & Robertson, R. (2014). “Who am I and what evidence do I have?” ePortfolios in music and writing as a means to develop learning and self-efficacy. Presented at the 2014 Teaching and Learning Forum. University of Western Australia, January 2014.

Chong, E., & Bennett, D. (2014). The professional identity and belief systems of pre-service music teachers in Singapore. Presented at The 20th international seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July.

Ghaziah, G., & Bennett, D. (2014). Making it in music: Issues of music skills versus professional skills. Presented at the International Music and Performing Arts Conference, UPSI, Malaysia, November 2014.

Robertson, R., & Bennett, D. (2014). Creating “professional writers” through the use of ePortfolios. Presentation for the 2014 Festival of Learning Showcase. Perth: Curtin University, March.

Bennett, D. (2013). Why and how to incorporate self and identity in music education: A compelling story and the strategies to get started. Presented at The 8th International Conference for Research in Music Education. Exeter, April.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). New music for viola and piano: an Australian community of composers. Plenary performance for the Intersecting Lines Symposium. Sydney, University of Western Sydney, August.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2013). The nexus between artistic practice, research and teaching. Plenary paper presented at the Creative Arts Learning and Teaching National Conference. University of Tasmania, Hobart, February.

Bennett, D., & Freeman, J. (2013). Portfolios, protean careers and the theatre: Preparing for diversity. Presented at the 21st Teaching and Learning Forum. Murdoch University, Perth, February.

Blom, D., & Bennett, D. (2013). Pinching (or taking back) ideas from popular music: placing the concept album in contemporary classical music. Presented at the 2013 IASPM-ANZ Conference: Popular Music Communities, Places and Ecologies. Brisbane, November.

Coffey, J., Bennett, D., & Connell, J. (2013). Under-employed, unpaid and invisible: Why would anyone want to be a creative worker? Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Vulnerable Workers and Precarious Work. Toulouse, September.

Coffey, J., Bennett, D., Rainnie, A., & Fitzgerald, S. (2013). Creative work in Perth: A demographic picture as diverse as the State. Accepted for presentation at the 27th Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand. Fremantle, Western Australia, February.

Coffey, J., Bennett, D., Rainnie, A., & Fitzgerald, S. (2013). Where are our creative workers?  A picture of Perth’s invisible workforce. Presented at the AIRAANZ Workshop, “Is WA Different?” Curtin University, Perth, May.

Fitzgerald, S., Rainnie, A., Bennett, D., & Coffey, J. (2013). Cultural production, ecologies, networks and labour. Presented at the 2013 International Labour Process Conference. Rutgers University, New York, March.

Hearn, G., Bridgstock, R., Goldsmith, B., Bennett, D., & Rodgers, J. (2013). Creative work outside of the creative industries: Innovation, employment and education. Presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation Symposium. Edith Cowan University, Perth, November.

Reid, A., Petocz, P., Bennett, D., & Peres Da Costa, N. (2013). Cultural heritage and sustainability as an essential disposition for music graduates. Original paper presented at Higher Education Research and Development (HERDSA) in Auckland, New Zealand, July. Updated paper presented by invitation at HERDSA Rekindled.

Ballico, C., Bennett, D., Fitzgerald, S., Rainnie, A., & Murdock, G. (2012). The creative workforce in WA. Presented at the 26th Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand. Gold Coast, Queensland, February.

Barrett, M., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Johnson, C., Sims, W.  (2012). Researching excellence: Measurement and music education research. Research symposium presented at the 30th ISME World Conference on Music Education. Thessaloniki, Greece, July.

Bennett, D., & Blom, D. (2012). Practice-led research and research-led practice in ‘Australia East and West’, a project of new music for viola and piano. Paper presented at the 2012 joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association. Sydney, December.

Bennett, D., & Freer, P. (2012). Interrogating musician-teacher identity development through text and drawing. Presented at at the 3rd International Reflective Conservatoire Conference. Guildhall, London, March.

Power, A., Bennett, D., & Bartleet, B. (2012). Enhancing indigenous content in performing arts curricula through service learning with Indigenous communities. Symposium presented at the 2012 joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association. Sydney, December.

Rainnie, A., Fitzgerald, S., Bennett, D., & Murdoch, G. (2012). Creative labour: Towards a renewed research agenda. Presented at the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand 2012 national conference: Re-organising work. Gold Coast, February.

Rowley, J., Bennett, D., Blom, D., Dunbar-Hall, P., Hitchcock, M., Jeanneret, N., & Taylor, J. (2012). Investigating the use of ePortfolios for creative arts, music and arts students in Australian universities. Presented at the ePortfolios Australia 2012 Forum, Australian Catholic University, Sydney, September.

Bennett, D. (2011). Constructing pedagogy: The nexus between artistic practice, research and teaching. Invited presentation for the HERDSA Rekindled Forum, UWA, Perth. October

Bennett, D. (2011). Networks: Why bother? Communicating Big Ideas: Connecting the Arts. Keynote speaker, Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Fremantle, November.

Bennett, D. (2011). The arts in higher education: Communicating knowledge in innovative ways. Presented at the 9th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. Granada, June.

Bennett, D., & Freer, P. (2011). Developing Musical and Educational Identities in University Music Students. Presented at The 7th International Conference for Research in Music Education. University of Exeter, April.

Bennett, D., & Freer, P. (2011). Possible selves: The use of drawings and text-based reflection in generating future-oriented thinking among university students. Presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education national conference. Hobart, November.

Fitzgerald, S., Rainnie, A., & Bennett, D. (2011). Provincial Philistine Pygmies?  The conditions of cultural labour in a resource-rich state. Presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research. Istanbul, July.

Fitzgerald, S., Rainnie, A., & Bennett, D. (2011). The place(s) of good work: Moral economies within global production networks. (2011). Presented at the Moral Economies of Creative Labour conference. Leeds, July.

Lancaster, H., Bennett, D., & O’Hara, B. (2011). Easy Access: Finding one’s way from secondary to tertiary music education and training. Forum presented for the Music Council of Australia at the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) national conference. Queensland, July.

Bennett, D. (2010). Building the identity framework for teacher development. Presented at the 2nd international conference of the International Network for Instrumental and Vocal Teaching. Eurasmus Program, Association of European Conservatoires, DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, Dublin, April.

Bennett, D. (2010). Creativity and career. Invited lecture for the School of Management, St Andrew’s University, Scotland, November.

Bennett, D. (2010). Understanding the creative workforce: From education to practice. Invited address for the SymbioticA 2010 lecture series. University of Western Australia, Perth, June.

Bennett, D., Blom, D., Carruthers, G., Hannan, M. (2010). Artistic research in the field of music. Symposium at the 29th ISME World Conference. Beijing, China National Convention Centre, August.

Bennett, D., Hannan, M., Burt-Perkins, R., Huhtanen, K., Beeching, A., Carruthers, G., Weller, J., & Smilde, R. (2010). Life in the real world: Expanding the purview of music careers. Symposium led for the International Society for Music Education 29th World Conference.  Beijing, China National Convention Centre, August 2010.

Lebler, D., Burt-Perkins, R., Carey, G., Weller, J., & Bennett, D. (2010). Expanding understandings of the prior learning, hopes, fears and expectations of commencing Conservatoire students. Presented at the 29th ISME World Conference. China Conservatory of Music, Beijing, August.

Bennett, D. (2009). Skills development and 21st-century performing artists: The case of musicians and dancers. Accepted for presentation at the Reflective Conservatoire conference. Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, February.

Bennett, D. (2009). Surviving in the arts: Artists, success, and sustainable careers. Presentation for the salon series Cultural Work: Sustainability, Innovation, and Economics in the Arts. The Centre for Policy Studies in Culture and Communities, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, November. Series presenters: Stuart Cunningham, Ann Markusen & Dawn Bennett

Bennett, D. (2009). Understanding the real world of dance. Keynote address for On the Move. 2009 Annual Conference of the Dancers’ Transition Resource Centre. Vancouver, November.

Bennett, D., Blom, D., & Wright, D. (2009). Modulations of a different kind: An Australian case study of artists in academia. Music Modulations09 (pp. 2-11). Christchurch, New Zealand, July.

Bennett, D. (2009). Developing teacher identity among music performance students. Proceedings of the 31st Australia New Zealand Association for Music Education Research Conference (pp. 21-32). New Zealand, Akaroa, July.

Bennett, D. (2008). Artists or practitioners? The inside story on arts practice. The Karrakatta Lecture, Perth Chapter. Perth, April.

Bennett, D. (2008). Being the buzz. Specialist creatives, education and the changing world of work. Presented at Creative Value: Between Commerce and Commons. ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Brisbane, Queensland, April.

Bennett, D. (2008). Dancer or dance artist? Dance careers and identity. Presented at the 3rd International Conference on the Arts in Society. Birmingham, England, July.

Bennett, D. (2008). Right from the start. Developing notions of careers in music. Presented at the 26th International Society for Music Education World Conference. Bologna, Italy, July.

Bennett, D. (2008). The role of teaching and learning in the early development of career awareness in music. Presented at the Instrumental and Vocal Teaching and Learning Seminar of the 28th International Society for Music Education World Conference. Bologna, Italy, July.

Bennett, D., Blom, D., & Wright, D. (2008). Creativity, innovation and engagement: relationships between the roles of artist, researcher and tertiary educator. Presented at Teaching English and the Arts in the 21st Century. University of Sydney, NSW, October.

Bennett, D., & Moore, P. (2008). Careers and contingencies. Constructing careers in the music and building industries. Presented at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Tuscany, Italy, July.

Bennett, D. (2007). A starring role? The practice and aspirations of female classical musicians. Award paper (Callaway Doctoral Award), presented at the Australian Society for Music Education XVI National Conference. Perth, July.

Bennett, D. (2007). Developing the musicians of tomorrow: Holistic identities and the role of instrumental and vocal teachers. Plenary address for the Education Department of WA Professional Development Forum. Perth, January.

Bennett, D. (2006). Always the bridesmaid? A gendered study of the working patterns of classical musicians. Presented at the 27th International Society for Music Education World Conference. Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, July.

Bennett, D. (2006). The impact of hierarchical perceptions of success on practising musicians. Presented at Music, Mind and Medicine. The University of Western Australia, Perth, April.

Bennett, D., (2005). Voicing a profession: What do we tell our students? Presented at the Australian Society for Music Education XV National Conference. University of Melbourne, Victoria, July.

Bennett, D. (2004). Achieving sustainable practice: Working patterns of professional musicians. Presented at the 15th Seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician. Barcelona: Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, August.

Bennett, D. (2004). Communities of practice as partnerships between industry and education. Presented at the 26th International Society for Music Education World Conference. Tenerife, Canary Islands, July.

Bennett, D. (2003). Professional musicians, university teachers: How can research be added, and why is it so important? Paper presented at Researching Research Agendas: Women, Research and Publication in Higher Education. Australian Technology Network Women’s Executive Development Conference, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, June.

Bennett, D. (2003). Sounds of Silence: Music students, unemployment and what we can do about it. Training Forum 2003 National Conference. Perth, Western Australia, February.

Bennett, D. (2003). When the notes aren’t enough: Communities of practice for the music sector. Paper presented at the Net*Working 2003 National Conference for the Australian Flexible Learning Framework. Peppers Fairmont, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, October.

Bennett, D. (2001). Piloting online learning in the arts. Presented at the Music IT Western Australian Conference. Central TAFE, Perth, Western Australia, July.

Bennett, D. (1999). Performing arts: A survival guide for practising teachers. Presented at the 15th National Conference of the Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Areas. Western Australian Department of Education, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, September.

Scholarly research reports

Rowley, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Blom, D., Bennett, D., & Hitchcock, M. (2016). ePortfolios for creative arts, music and arts students in Australian universities. Sydney: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching. (February). DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1306.0566

Bennett, D., & Caulfield, V. (2014). Artist in residence grant program in Western Australia: Evaluation report 2011-2014. Final report for the Department of Education and the Department of Culture and the Arts. (May). Available at: http://www.artsedge.dca.wa.gov.au/artists-in-residence/Pages/Something-in-the-AIR.aspx

Bennett, D. (2012). The TILE Approach: Making the link between future selves and learning. Final Fellowship report for the Office of Learning and Teaching. Sydney: Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. (October). Available at:  http://www.olt.gov.au/altc-teaching-fellow-dawn-bennett

Bennett, D., & Caulfield, V. (2012). Artist in residence grant program in Western Australia: Evaluation report 2010-2011. Final report for the Department of Education and the Department of Culture and the Arts. (May).

Bennett, D., & Caulfield, V. (2011). Evaluation of the international activities undertaken by the WA Music Industry Association Inc., 2003 – 2011. Final report for the Department of Culture and the Arts. (June).

Bennett, D., Riddoch, M., & Caulfield, V. (2008). Impact and outcomes of the Contemporary Music Program 2002 – 2007. Final report for the Department of Culture and the Arts. (November).

Bennett, D., Riddoch, M., & Caulfield, V. (2008). Somewhere to play: Venues and live original music in Western Australia. Final report for the Department of Culture and the Arts. (August).

Bennett, D., & Pollitt, J. (2007). Building sustainable careers: Dance artists in Australia. Final research report for the Australian Sports Commission. (December).

Bennett, D. (2003). Education for the arts: Strategic curricula for sustainable careers. Final report for the Division of Humanities. Curtin University. (January).