DAPPER digital arts performance practice - emerging research
Smith S (2015) “Kireek 2011 Championship Routine Analysis”, in Emmerson, S. and Landy, L. (eds.) New Multimedia Tools for Electroacoustic music analysis, Cambridge University Press.
Smith, S (2015) “Power to Share – Facebook and Collaborative Arts Practice”, in Mura, G. (ed.) Analyzing Art, Culture, and Design in the Digital Age, IGI-Global.
Smith, S. (2011) ‘Creative Collaboration and Online Social Media – Can Facebook be used as a tool to support the process of collaborative creation?’ International Journal of Art, Culture and Design Technologies
Smith, S. (2012) ‘Common Ground: Teaching and Learning Across the Arts and Sciences in Postgraduate Education’, The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Vol 6
Smith, S. and Hugill, A. (2013) ‘Digital creativity and transdisciplinarity at postgraduate level: the design and implementation of a transdisciplinary masters programme and its implications for creative practice.’ Digital Creativity, Vol 24 Issue 3 pp191-207, Routledge.
Smith, S (2015) “Transmedia Performance, an emerging digital practice.” inter-disciplinary.net 2nd Global Conference: The Borders of Digital Arts, Oxford, 15th-17th September 2015.
Smith, S. (2014) ”Transmedia Performance and Pervasive Theatre”, Conducttr Conference, London, 17th October 2014.
Candy, L., Edmonds, E., Alarcón, A., Smith, S. (2013) “Evaluation in public art: the Light Logic exhibition”. International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sydney, Australia 7-16 June 2013.
Smith, S. (2010) “The creative use of online social media to increase public engagement and participation in the professional arts through collaborative involvement in creative practice”, ARLIS UK & Ireland Conference, Edinburgh, July 2010.
Smith, S (2015) “Pervasive Theatre - new online environments for performance narratives" MIX03 Writing Digital Conference, Bath Spa University, 2-4 July 2015.
Smith, S. (2009) “The creative uses of Facebook as a tool for artistic collaboration”, Electronic Visualisation and the Arts conference, London, July 2009. Published conference proceedings.
Smith, S. (2009) “The creative use of online social media to increase public engagement and participation in the professional arts through collaborative involvement in creative practice.” Computers and the History of Art conference, London, Nov 2009. Published conference proceedings.