Items where Author is "Fox, Alice"
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Fox, Alice and Macpherson, Hannah (2015) Inclusive arts practice and research: a critical manifesto Routledge, New York. ISBN 9781138841000
Chapter in book
Ridley, Pauline and Fox, Alice (2007) Access to Art: From Day Centre to Tate Modern In: Hart, Angie, Maddison, Elizabeth and Wolff, David, eds. Community-University Partnerships in Practice. NIACE (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education), Leicester, UK, pp. 137-149. ISBN 9781862013179
Fox, Alice, Millican, J. and Nunn, S. (2007) 'Art in the Woods': an exploration of a community/university environmental arts project In: Community-University Partnerships in Practice. NIACE (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education). ISBN 9781862013179
Macpherson, Hannah and Fox, Alice (2016) Listening space: Lessons from artists with and without learning disabilities Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 34 (2). pp. 371-389. ISSN 0263-7758
Fox, Alice, Ritchie, E., Archdeacon, S. and Flynn, D.J. (2008) Smudged performance: a collaboration between the Rocket Artists and Corali Dance Company [Performance]
Fox, Alice (2008) Smudged: collaboratively developed and performed site-specific performance piece [Performance]
Other form of assessable output
Fox, Alice (2013) Side by Side: inclusive arts exhibition, performance and symposium Southbank Centre, London, UK.
Fox, Alice (2010) Measures of Bodies Le Musee De La Medecine, Brussels, Belgium.
Hart, Angela and Fox, Alice (2008) Resilient therapy: introduction to resilient therapy and related issues (motion picture) Alice Fox, UK. (Unpublished)
Fox, Alice (2007) Access to Art InQbate, Brighton, UK.
Fox, Alice (2007) Art in the Woods Community-University Partnership in Practice, Sussex Downs, Brighton.
Fox, Alice (2005) Degrees of Separation First National Conference of Learning Disability Arts at Tate Modern,, London, UK.
Fox, Alice (2003) Degrees of Separation: Higher Education for learning disabled artists Alice Fox, Screened at In The Frame Learning Disability Arts Conference. Tate Modern, 20th June 2005.