Social justice through inclusive creative arts
Clare's practice-based research is committed to social justice through inclusive creative arts engagements across the lifespan. Working at the intersection of music, sound and performance, her interdisciplinary research and teaching brings together more than 25 years of experience as a musician, performer, and educator. Her qualitative scholarship draws on feminist and critical theory, applying ethnographic, narrative and arts-based methods to examine the intersections of gender, class, ethnicity, race and age in education and the arts.
Clare Hall's Articles
Finding the right notes
Research, education and music practice need to be aligned to ensure women's voices in jazz are heard.