a new design:
creative practice and new thinking for research
fourth speaking matters event: friday 28/11/08 17:00 - 18:00 Science Gallery.
This'speaking matters' event is organised by the Graduate School as part
of the PRTLI 10 years celebrations at the Science Gallery Exhibition Opening
Hours (General Public):
27/11/08: 13.00pm – 18.00pm
28/11/08: 10.00am – 19.00pm SEMINAR 17:00-18:00
29/11/08: 10.00am – 18.00pm
30/11/08: 11.00am – 18.00pm
01/12/08: 10.00am – 18.00pm 02/12/08: 10.00am – 16.00pm
SEMINAR DIT at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media
This event will provide an overview of the new paradigms emergent in creative research across design, art, urbanism and the full range of creative arts and media disciplines. Particular focus will be given to the concrete research projects being developed through the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media. This will be a concise team-based presentation, lasting one hour, providing short introductions to various projects currently underway through the Graduate School.
Places at the seminars and workshops can be reserved at http://sciencegallery.ie/events
Dr. Mick Wilson, Dean, Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media
Conor McGarrigle, DIT Researcher at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media
Georgina Jackson, DIT Researcher at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media
Martin McCabeDIT Fellow at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media
Siun HanrahanHead of Research, NCAD and Assoc. Fellow at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media
Chair: Dr. Elaine Sisson, IADT Fellow at the Graduate School of Creative Arts & Media, Dublin
SLIDESHOW available here
'Creativity' and 'innovation' are buzzwords in business, education and research: But what do they actually mean? How do we grow these abilities in the next generation of creative minds?
This hour long presentation will present a concise overview of new thinking and new research across creative arts and media including such disciplines as design, art, urbanism, and music.
This event is part of the 'PRTLI 10' celebrations marking 10 years of the national programme for research funding. It is also part of the series speaking matters' programme of research events, seminars and conferences, co-organised by the Graduate School network of collaborators. Find out about other events here.