IRIS Days 2021: Research Practices
A two day event exploring the concept of 'storytelling’ as a way to “reshape the spectrum of narrative expression”.
IRIS Days 2021: Research Practices - Monday 28 June and Tuesday 29 June
This 2-day research event will bring together practitioners, researchers and experts from different disciplines (including media, film, journalism, humanities, education and photography) working on the broader concept of ‘storytelling’ as a way to “reshape the spectrum of narrative expression” (Jane Murray).
The event will include key-note talks, workshops and a closing round-table.
The general aim of this event is to identify a number of key issues in research and practice-led research that can be tackled successfully through a multidisciplinary approach.
A major component of this event will be a collaborative research-by-practice interactive project created by you, the participants, to be used for future research projects.
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Monday 28 June and Tuesday 29 June 2021
9.30am – 5.00pm both days
This session will be delivered via Microsoft Teams.
Who should attend?
Everyone is welcome to attend.
This event is free to all attendees