Sarah Mawby

Think22 Evaluator

Sarah is a researcher with a PhD in music education from the University of Leeds. Her work to date has explored how various stakeholders in special education conceptualise ‘best practice’ in music education for disabled children and young people. She has presented her research at international conferences around the world including ISME, RIME, SEMPRE, ICMPC and ESCOM. She is passionate about removing disabling barriers to research and practice in the arts and was the lead organiser of the 2018 Cripping the Muse conference (an archive of which can be found here: www.crippingthemuse.com).

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A single story building with a sign saying Echotown Studio. There are trees around, a wide driveway and the sunset behind.

DMLab Online – 2nd November

Join us for our friendly music, tech and access event. This time we will look at developments in screen reading technology and other aspects of accessible music recording and production.

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