What would you say if no one was listening?
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. While research and creative arts practice have common aspirations, they also share complementary activities and can benefit both intellectually and culturally through integration.
The primary mission of the Creative Arts Practice research theme is to generate collaboration between researchers of and with creative arts practices, not only across disciplines but also across methodologies of approaches to research, with a view to creating new forms of art as well as knowledge, and in contexts not necessarily the preserve of the arts at all. The future of creative arts practices in the 21st century will be determined by and disseminated through multi-platform approaches to research and development, and thus the creative arts need to speak to audiences across all platforms. Further, with the creative arts reaching new platforms they will be positioned to instigate challenges and opportunities for new thinking, new processes, new formats, and new applications.
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, especially in areas where creative arts have little or no tradition of impact in Ireland, such as in health provision, social inclusion, and educational practice. The theme also aims to impact the built environment of Trinity College and to stimulate creative thinking among its researchers through encounters with the creative arts.
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 Drama, Film & Music
Brian Singleton, Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies School of Drama, Film & Music
Linda Doyle, Director of CONNECT/CTVR 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 Drama, Film & Music
|2018||Book||S E Wilmer, Performing Statelessness in Europe, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, 1 - 244pp||Wilmer SE|
|2018||Book||Arnds, Peter, Searching for Alice, London, Dalkey Archive Press, 2018, 220pp||Arnds P|
|2018||Book||Piotr Sadowski, The Semiotics of Light and Shadows: Modern Visual Arts and Weimar Cinema, 1st, London, Bloomsbury Academic, 2018, 288pp||Sadowski P|
|2018||Book Chapter||'"We Irish": Writing and Identity from Berkeley to Burke' in, editor(s)Moyra Haslett, Claire Connolly, Marjorie Howes (eds) , Irish Literature in Transition, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018, [Ian Campbell Ross]||Ross IC|
|2018||Book Chapter||Cultural gerontology, medical humanities and ethics in, editor(s)Likar R, Kada O, Pinter G, Janig H, Cernic K, Sieber C , das Alter hat kein Geländer, Stuttgart, Kohlhammer Verlag, 2018, [O'Neill D]||O'Neill D|
|2018||Book Chapter||Electroacoustic Composition and Silent Film in, editor(s)Barton, R. and Tresize, S. , Music and Sound in Silent Film: From the Nickelodeon to the Artist, London, Routledge, 2018, [Nicholas Brown]||Brown N|
|2018||Book Chapter||Floating heads: portraits of the creative imagination by Samuel Beckett and Louise Bourgeois in, editor(s)Derval Tubridy , Beckett and Contemporary Art, London, Palgrave, 2018, pp25 , [Julie Bates]||Bates J|
|2018||Book Chapter||Ireland in, editor(s)Jane Potter , Cambridge History of World War One Poetry, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018, [Gerald Dawe]||Dawe G|
|2018||Musical Score||Evangelia Rigaki Music, W.N. Herbert, Words, 'While the World Misbehaves, The Baby Must Hide in the Beehive', CMC, 2018, -||Rigaki E|
|2018||Broadcast||Arnds, Peter, 'Ich bin ein Berliner', John F. Kennedy - the man, the myth, the legacy, The History Show, RTE Radio 1, 2018, 1 - 4||Arnds P|
|2017||Book||Andy Hinds, Martine Cuypers, Aeschylus' The Oresteia, London, Oberon Books, 2017, 1-240pp||Cuypers M|
|2017||Book||Julie Bates, Beckett's art of salvage, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2017, 350pp||Bates J|
|2017||Book||Andy Hinds, Martine Cuypers, Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis: Two Versions, London, Oberon Books, 2017, 1-192pp||Cuypers M|
|2017||Book||Philip Coleman and Steve Gronert Ellerhoff, George Saunders: Critical Essays, 1, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, 1 - 286pp||Coleman P|
|2017||Book||Philip Coleman and Peter Campion, John Berryman: Centenary Essays, 1, Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien, Peter Lang, 2017, i - 314pp||Coleman P|
|2017||Book||Christine Casey, Making magnificence: architects, stuccatori and the eighteenth-century interior, first, London and New Haven, Yale University Press, 2017, 1 - 316pp||Casey CL|
|2017||Book||Carmel O'Sullivan, Practical Guide to Planning Drama in Education - Creative learning for 7-8 year old children, 1st edition, Beijing, China, Renmin University Press Co. Ltd., 2017, 1-208pp||O'Sullivan C|
|2017||Book||Nicholas Grene, The Theatre of Tom Murphy: Playwright Adventurer, London, Bloomsbury, 2017, xv + 252pp||Grene N|
|2017||Book||Carmel O'Sullivan, The 'Social Drama' Model for Children and Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder, 1st edition, iBook version, www.apple.com/itunes, 2017, 1 - 188pp||O'Sullivan C|
|2017||Book Chapter||"Foreword" in, From the Unreached Let Perception Radiate, Dalkey Archive Press, 2017, [Ferrara, Enrica Maria]||Ferrara E|