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Dr Sarah Woodland
Dr Sarah Woodland
Senior Lecturer in Theatre, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne
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Creative Barkly: Sustaining the arts and creative sector in remote Australia
BL Bartleet, N Sunderland, S O’Sullivan, S Woodland
Creative Barkly, 2019
172019
The art of living in prison: A pragmatist aesthetic approach to participatory drama with women prisoners
S Woodland
Applied Theatre Research 4 (3), 223-236, 2016
122016
I Love You I Love You: Aesthetics of love in a culturally diverse youth theatre ensemble
S Woodland
Youth theatre journal 32 (2), 164-176, 2018
102018
The role of Australian First Nations’ Knowledges and the arts in “inclusive” regional and remote development: A narrative review
N Sunderland, S Woodland, S O'Sullivan, BL Bartleet
Journal of Rural Studies 89, 423-436, 2022
92022
Listening to Country: a prison pilot project that connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women on remand to Country
E Marchetti, S Woodland, V Saunders, L Barclay, B Beetson
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 34 (2), 155-170, 2022
82022
Daughters of the Floating Brothel: Engaging Indigenous Australian Women prisoners through Participatory Radio Drama
S Woodland
Applied Theatre: Women and the Criminal Justice System, edited by Caoimhe …, 2020
82020
‘Magic mothers and wicked criminals’: Exploring narrative and role in a drama programme with women prisoners
S Woodland
Applied Theatre Research 1 (1), 77-89, 2013
82013
Performing Te Whare Tapa Whā: Building on cultural rights to decolonise prison theatre practice
R Hazou, S Woodland, P Ilgenfritz
Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance …, 2021
72021
Aesthetics of Truth-Telling: Intercultural Applied Theatre Praxis in an Australian Women's Prison.
S Woodland
ArtsPraxis 6 (1), 2019
72019
Listening to Country: Exploring the value of acoustic ecology with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in prison
S Woodland, L Barclay, V Saunders, B Beetson
Soundscapes: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology 17 (1), 41-44, 2019
72019
Prison theatre and an embodied aesthetics of liberation: Exploring the potentials and limits
S Woodland
Humanities 10 (3), 101, 2021
62021
Finding resonance: applied audio drama, inquiry and fictionalising the real
W Vachon, S Woodland
Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance …, 2021
52021
All our stress goes in the river: The drama workshop as a (playful) space for reconciliation
S Woodland
Applied Theatre: Facilitation, 107-129, 2016
52016
The art of listening in prison: Creating audio drama with incarcerated women
S Woodland
The Routledge companion to applied performance, 65-76, 2020
42020
Sonic Engagement: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Community Engaged Audio Practice
S Woodland, W Vachon
Taylor & Francis, 2022
32022
Carcerality, theatre, rights
S Woodland, R Hazou
Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance …, 2021
32021
Weaving our narratives: amplifying the social echo of restorative justice through the arts
B Morrison, S Woodland, L Barclay, V Saunders, B Beetson
Arte en Prisión. Justicia Restaurativa a Través de Proyectos Artísticos y …, 2020
32020
Performing te whare tapa wha: Cultural rights and decolonising corrections
R Hazou, S Woodland, P Ilgenfritz
Taylor and Francis Group, 2021
22021
Desert harmony: exploring the cultural, social, and economic value of a multi-arts festival in the remote Barkly Region
BL Bartleet, N Sunderland, S Woodland, S O’Sullivan
Musicology Australia 42 (2), 196-214, 2020
22020
Drama and citizenship education: Tensions of creativity, content and cash
S Woodland, R Lachowicz
Refugee Performance: Practical Encounters, Bristol: Intellect, 279-96, 2013
22013
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