Probe: Research Uncovered at Trinity College Dublin
Friday, 29 September 2017
PROBE, a collaboration between Trinity College Dublin and Science Gallery Dublin, is part of European Researchers’ Night, taking place in cities across the continent on 29th September. PROBE is free and is open to everyone of all ages. Click here to see the programme of events for 2017.
Join us at the Trinity Long Room Hub for a series of panel discussions, an exhibition and a 'Translation slam':
18.00-19.00: Translation Slam | Neill Lecture Theatre
Join the Trinity Centre for Literary Translation and Literature Ireland for a unique 'translation duel' –– literary translators Antonia Lloyd-Jones and Cathal McCabe will be given a short prose poem by Paweł Huelle to work on in advance of the duel. The original text and their translations will be supplied to all members of the audience. At the slam, Aneta Stępień will chair a conversation about their translation choices, and audience members will be invited to share their own translations suggestions. Register here.
19:15-20:00: Architecture & Motility, 2017 | Hoey Ideas Space
Join Dr Nicholas Johnson, convener of Trinity’s Creative Arts Practice research theme, for a conversation with artist Mark Orange to learn more about the concept behind the exciting McCullough Mulvin Orange art project taking place across five venues in central Dublin from September 22nd to October 2017, including the sound installation ‘Architecture & Motility, 2017’ based in the Trinity Long Room Hub for the exhibition.
19.00-20.00: Gaming - Research and Creativity | Neill Lecture Theatre
What can we learn from gaming, and what can the games industry learn from research? We'll explore the games-led research that is revealing new insights into crowds, behaviour and psychology; and we'll discover how research at Trinity College Dublin is influencing this creative industry. Register here.
20.00-21.00: News and Journalism in 2017 | Neill Lecture Theatre
How is the way we access news changing, and how are young people engaging with journalism? With the rise of 'fake news' and the increasing importance of diversity and authenticity in journalism, we'll explore the changing landscape of online news media. Join Elaine Burke, Dr Linda Kiernan and Tom Molloy (Director of Public Affairs and Communications at Trinity College Dublin) to discuss what these developments mean today. Register here.
Campus Location: Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Centre
Event Type: Arts and Culture, Exhibits, Lectures and Seminars, Public, Science Gallery, Special events
Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Undergrad, Postgrad, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Public