Dublin, a Global Creative City
Under the auspices of the ‘Creativity, the City and the University’, two research projects were carried out to examine the relationship between the University and the City in two areas:
Collaboration and Synergies between Libraries, Museums, Galleries and the University.
This research project builds on a recent report which examined the collaboration between Trinity and six nearby Libraries and Museums, over the last century or more.
Launched by Minister Mary Hannifin during Trinity Week 2010, the report was funded by TCD, Trinity College Library, National Museum of Ireland, Dublin City Library and Archive, National Gallery of Ireland, National Library of Ireland, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin City Gallery and The Hugh Lane Gallery.
Collaboration and Synergies Between the Performing Arts, Creative Writing and the University.
Trinity has an impressive record in relation to the performing arts, music performance, creative writing and student societies. Many of Ireland’s greatest playwrights, authors and high achievers have strong connections with Trinity.
Find out more about what's going on in the area of Creative Arts by contacting Simon Williams or by phone on +353 1 896 2088 if you would like to learn more about how you can get involved.