The Art of Storytelling is an 8 part series of events in which the programme utilises creative methodologies to craft compelling stories about research that connect with the public. It is aimed at providing Trinity researchers with the tools to communicate their work publicly.
Trinity College Dublin’s research practice creates our future and transforms our world. But because it is specialised, it is not always easily accessible or tangible to non-academic audiences. This programme will bring together practitioners from the areas of storytelling, writing, theatre and communications to share key skills and approaches in connecting with audiences. The programme will also prepare participants to present their research stories in a Research Slam for a public audience at Kaleidoscope Festival in Russborough House, 28-30 June 2019. Participants can choose to attend the Art of Storytelling course without participating in the Research Slam - but what’s life without a challenge?
Research Slam participants will all receive free weekend tickets to Kaleidoscope.
These events are free and open to Trinity College Dublin staff and research students. Links to each event can be found here: