Creative Arts Practice
Creative Arts Practices are integrated into a range of research activities and themes across all disciplines in Trinity: Humanities, Engineering, Science and Medicine. Practice-led research and Research-led practice are becoming more prevalent in both the humanities and the sciences.
The Creative Arts Practice research theme seeks to transform how research is conducted at Trinity College, to challenge researchers to think creatively using creative arts methodologies, and to inspire new approaches to tackling societal challenges.
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A Steering Committee? has been established to oversee the research theme and guide the development and delivery of new research projects and activities related to the theme over the course of its duration:
Nicholas Johnson,?Theme Convener, Assistant Professor in Drama School of Creative Arts
Brian Singleton,?Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies School of Creative Arts
Linda Doyle,?Dean of Research and Professor of Engineering and the Arts School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Carmel O’Sullivan?Professor of Arts Education School of Education
Evangelia Rigaki,?Professor of Composition, Instrumental Theatre, School of Creative Arts
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