The writing that I’ve had published tracks my research interests over the early part of my career; from creative teaching and learning to challenging the traditional model of participation in the Arts. It also reflects my interest in creative research methods which remains a constant in my practice.

I have also included information about publications that share the creative outputs of my practice below. In recent years I have come to recognise that these outputs often disseminate the insights from my research more powerfully than words ever could alone. By acknowledging that made items hold learning to be shared, I have been able to both maximise the impact of my research and open my work up to audiences that extend beyond academia and specialist interest groups.

Artichoke (2020) Women Making History, Processions the Banners. London: Profile Editions. Fabric banners, created in partnership with Kate Genever, featured on pages 132 & 133

Tarrant, A. & Smith, K. (2018) Creating Impact from Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care; A qualitative longitudinal study of men’s care responsibilities in low income families. Lincoln: University of Lincoln School of Social and Political Sciences.

Smith, K. (2013) ‘The Moveable Museum of Found Objects,’ Creative Research Methods: supporting academic researchers using participatory creative research methods.

Scott, M., Garside, M., Fury, B., Krzanicki, C., Smith, K. & Erskine, I. (2012) ‘Creative Schools Partnership: Creative Education on a Large Scale’, in Kelly, R. (ed.) Educating for Creativity; A Global Conversation. Canada: Brush Education Inc, pp. 269-300.

Smith, K. (2012)Debate: are social media-led artists’ projects a challenge to the traditional model of participation in the arts? a-n magazine (May), pp. 4-6. Read the article here.

Smith, K (2012) ‘Digital Footprints and a Museum of Wheels,’ AD: The National Society for Education in Art and Design magazine, pp 24-25. Read the article here.