Peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters:

Denmead, Tyler (2015). For the lust of not knowing: Lessons from artists for educational ethnography, for L. Bresler (ed). Lessons from the Arts for Research. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Denmead, T. “Introducing movement capture in art education,” for Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art vol. 4. No. 3 (2015): pp. 181-191.

Denmead, T. “Remixing the released imagination,” for Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education vol. 32 (2015): pp. 72-87.

Denmead, Tyler, Hetrick, Laura, Lucero, Jorge. “Foreward: New directions for VAR,” for Visual Arts Research vol. 41. No. 2 (2015): pp. v-viii.

Denmead, Tyler. “Foreward: Painting ourselves out of a corner,” for Visual Arts Research vol. 41. No. 1 (2015): pp. v-x.

Denmead, T. and Brown, R.N. (2014, November). Ride or Die: An Instructional Resource. Art Education. pp. 47-53

Denmead, T. and Hickman, R. (2014). Reading between the obliques. Visual Arts Research, 40(78): 28-30

Denmead, T. (2013). Artists against despotic nations? The muddle of creative workforce policy. International Journal of Education Through Art. 9(3): 327-341

Denmead, T. and Hickman, R. (2012). Viscerality and Slowliness: An anatomy of artists’ pedagogies with reference to time and material. International Journal of Education and Art, 13(9)

Denmead, T. (2012). Makers of new words: A principally ethnographic account of community artists’ language. International Journal of Education through Art, 8(3) 239-252

Denmead, T. (2011). Being and becoming: Elements of pedagogies described by three East Anglian creative practitioners. International Journal of Thinking Skills and Creativity, 6(1): 57-66

Denmead, T. (2011). Meeting and extending: Pedagogies of three community artists. Journal of Arts and Communities, 1(3): 235-246

Book reviews:

Denmead, T. (2014). Dialogue and Democracy through Museum Education: A Review Essay. International Journal of Education & the Arts.

Other publications:

Denmead, T. (2006). A road map for a sustainable creative practice. Providence: New Urban Arts.