ARTICLES AND PRESENTATIONS
Keyna Wilkins has presented lecture/workshops at a number of conferences and festivals and for university courses and had two articles published. In 2021 during lockdown she presented zoom talks on Making It In The Arts: The Portfolio Career for Wollongong University Arts students, and on her major works in her career at The Women's Club, Sydney. She has presented twice at the Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference 2017 Sky Pieces and 2019 Ad Libitum - semi-structured Improvisation at all stages to encourage self-expression on piano teaching strategies, at MLC Australian Music Day 2019 on "Improvisation as a Catalyst for Composition" and at the Australian Flute Festival 2019 on Composing for the Flute. In 2021 she was a feature artist in Australia's premier classical music magazine, Limelight, with her article Improvisation Should Be A Democracy. Her article Music and Astronomy, based on her M Mus thesis, was published by University of Valencia's Revista De Investigacion de Musical (Journal of Musicological Studies, Spain). Keyna was Amnesty International NSW Artist Network Coordinator in 2010, facilitating a refugee photo exhibition at Carriageworks and a refugee music concert at venue 505 (both in Sydney) held the position Associate Lecturer in Music at Bridgwater College, Somerset UK 2006-09.
2021 APRIL: LIMELIGHT MAGAZINE ARTICLE
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