Research & Development

Research & Creative Outputs

  • Chen, C. W. J. (2021). A.I. in music education: The impact of using artificial intelligence (A.I.) application to practise scales and arpeggios in a virtual learning environment. In W. W. Ma, K. Tong, & W. B. A. Tso (Eds.), Learning Environment and Design: Current and future impacts (pp. 307-322). Singapore: Springer.
  • Chen, J. C. W., & O’Neill, S. A. (2020). Computer-mediated composition pedagogy: Students’ engagement and learning in popular music and classical music. Music Education Research, 22(2), 185-200.
  • Knight, W. & Deng, Y. (2016). N/either here n/or there: Culture, location, positionality, and art education. Visual Arts Research Journal, 42(2), 105-111.
  • 鄧暘(2015):自我認知與人文修養在藝術設計教育中的重要性,載於林藍編《因「地」而為:嶺南地域美術與
  • He, Y. & Yu, W. M. C. (2022). Developing an entrepreneurial competence framework for tertiary arts education through a Delphi method: A Chinese perspective. In Ng, L. L. (Ed.), Higher Education and Job Employability (pp.111-134). Springer, Singapore.
  • He, Y., Tseng, S.M., & Leung, K. C. (2022). Performing arts and the pandemic - a study on the consumption behavior and attitudes of hong kong performing arts audiences during COVID-19. American Journal of Arts Management, 10.
  • Ho, S. (2018, February 21-24). Rivers to the Sea [Choral work]. The 2018 American Choral Directors Association North Central/Southern Region Conference. Chicago, USA: The American Choral Directors Association.
  • Ho, S. (2018, July 15-19). In One Accord [Choral work]. The 2018 Belt & Road World Choir Festival and the World Youth and Children’s Choral Artist Association. Hong Kong: 2018 Belt & Road World Choir Festival and co-hosted by the World Youth and Children’s Choral Artist Association.
  • Lam, H. L. E. (2019). Representation of heaven and beyond: The bi disc imagery in the Han burial context. Asian Studies, 7(2), 115-151.
    Lam, H. L. E. (2021). A study on jade dragon pendants from the Han tomb of the prince of Chu at Shizishan in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province (江蘇省徐州市獅子山楚王陵出土玉龍佩の研究). Chinese Archaeology, 21, 45-53.
  • Lau, C. Y., & Tam, C. O. (2022). Examining performing arts education in Hong Kong. Arts Education Policy Review, 1-12.
  • Lau, C. Y. (2020). A cognitive learning account of the avoidance, omission and exaggerated phenomena and expressions in young adolescents’ drawings of the human figure in the visual culture art education context. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 39(3), 686-703.
  • Lai, L. W. C., Lau, L. K. P., & Chua, M. H. (2020). An empirical Coasian study on the socio-economic profiles of two politically sensitive informal settlements: Kowloon Walled City and Rennie’s Mill. Land Use Policy, 97.
  • Lau, L. K. P., & Chow, P. Y. (2019). The right to landscape: Social sustainability and the conservation of the State Theatre, Hong Kong. Sustainability, 11(15).
  • Lee, K. C. C., & Leung, B. W. (2020). Factors in the Motivations of Studio-Based Musical Instrument Learners in Hong Kong: An In-depth Interview Study. International Journal of Music Education, 38(3), 400-414.
  • Lee, K. C. C, & Leung, B. W. (2021). Instrumental teaching as ‘the noblest and the most under-praised job’: Multiple case studies of three Hong Kong instrumental teachers. Music Education Research, 24(1), 42-55.
  • Leung, B. W., & Fung, C. V. (2022). Perception surrounding the developing of personal style in Cantonese opera amongst artists, connoisseurs and beginner audience in Hong Kong. Psychology of Music, 1-15.
  • Leung, B. W. (2021). Transmission of Cantonese opera in school music education: A survey of Hong Kong and Guangdong music teachers for policy review. Arts Education Policy Review.
  • Leung, C. H. (2018). Toward the Spirituality for Wind Orchestra. Rijswijk, The Netherlands: Stichting Donemus Beheer.
  • Leung, C. H. (2017). Dragon Soars in the Cloud Billows for Orchestra. Commissioned by Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. World Premièred by Aldert Vermeulen (conductor) and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra at the concert “Hong Kong Composers Showcase” held in Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Li, K. Y. (2019). [Performance]. American Liszt Society Festival, USA.
  • Li, K. Y. (2019). Piano Recital [Performance]. Katzin Concert Hall, Arizona State University, USA.
  • Lung, Y. C. (2019). Koesnadi Hardiasoemantri Cultural Center [Exhibition]. Sze Breeze Biennale Jogja 2019, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
  • Lung, Y. C. (2021). The Unsung [Exhibition]. Tai Kwun, Hong Kong.
  • Matsunobu, K., Davidson, R., and Lo, K. Y. (2022). The role of negative emotions in learning music: Qualitative understanding of students’ listening experience of unfamiliar music. British Journal of Music Education, 1-16.
  • Matsunobu, K. (2021). Exploring the unmeasurable: Valuing the long-term impacts of primary music education. Music Education Research, 23(1), 14-27.
  • McMaster, S. R. (2018). Crowdsourcing Global Culture: Visual Representation in the Age of Information. Visual Arts Research, 44(2), p.53-66.
  • McMaster, S. R. (2020). Six in Seven: Hong Kong Labour at Street Level (iii) [Photograph]. Rotterdam International Photography Festival. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Rotterdam International Photography Festival/ Art Rotterdam Week.
  • Poposki, Z. (2022). Ruined World: An AI Elegy [Photograph]. Artificial Intelligence (AI) film screened in the official selection of international film festivals in the US, Ireland, Lithuania, Poland, and the UK. Los Angeles, Dublin, New York, Vilnius, Warsaw, London.
  • Poposki, Z., & Leung, H. B. I. (2022). Hong Kong as a global art hub: Art ecology and sustainability of Asia’s art market centre. Arts, 11(1).
  • Song, M .J. (2019). The application of digital fabrication technologies to the art and design curriculum in a teacher preparation program: A case study. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 30(5), 687-707.
  • Song, M. J. (2020). Post-Digital Materiality [Curation]. 1a space, Hong Kong
  • Tam, C. O. (2022). An Experimental Study of Dialogue and Questioning Strategies in Art Classrooms and Museums. Studies in Art Education. 63(3), 202-219.
  • Tam, C. O. (2019). An Empirical Study of Geahigan’s Inquiry Model in Learning Art criticism at Senior Secondary School Level. The International Journal of Art and Design Education, 38(2), 344-359.
  • Tang, P.H. (2022). Changing Technology and New Perspectives on Music Teaching Strategies. Australian Journal of Music Education, 54(2). 99–109.
  • 鄧斌衡(2022):求祢大發慈悲[合唱及管風琴伴奏樂譜] ,天主教香港教區聖樂委員會(編輯), 《禮樂集》 ,(96), 43–47 。 香港公教進行社 。
  • Thibeault, M. D. (2022). Aebersold’s Mediated Play-A-Long Pedagogy and the Invention of the Beginning Jazz Improvisation Student. Journal of Research in Music Education, 70(1), 66-91.
  • Thibeault, M. D. (2020). Dewey’s Musical Allergy and the Philosophy of Music Education. Journal of Research in Music Education, 68(1), 31-52.
  • Wong, W. C. Z. (2018). Rally Ring Concert [Conductor]. 18th International Handbell Symposium 2018 Cairns, Australia.
  • Wong, W. C. Z. (2019). Bellsical: Feeling the Nature [Artistic Director & Conductor]. The EdUHK Handbell Ensemble Annual Concert at Auditorium, Ko Shan Theatre New Wing.
  • Wong, W. Y. P. (2016). Creative Musicking: An approach to collaborative choral composition. In K. Strand, & J. K. Kerchner (Eds.), Musicianship: Composing in choir (pp. 151-165). Chicago: GIA Publications, Inc.
  • Wong, W. Y. P., Cheng, L. & Lam, C. Y., (2020). Learner autonomy in music performance practices. British Journal of Music Education, 37(3), 234-246.
  • Wood, L. (2021). Design proposal for mural painting [Painting Design], Lee Gardens Hong Kong. HONG KONG: The Hysan Mural Design Showcase exhibition, Hysan Development Inclusive Art and Culture Programme 2020.
    Wood, L. (2018). Asia Remix, Bodies In Transit [Wall Painting], Shenzhen Design Week, MOCAP, Shenzhen, China.
    Yang, Y. (2022). Assessing alignment between curriculum standards and teachers’ instructional practices in China’s school music education. Research Studies in Music Education.
  • Yang, Y., & Welch, G. (2022). A systematic literature review of Chinese music education studies during 2007 to 2019. International Journal of Music Education.