Perspectives: Artistic Practice and Research
Friday 24 September
11.00 – 5.00pm (Online)
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IMBAS is an Irish forum for artists and scholars working within and beyond the University sector who share an interest in arts practice research, particularly in the performing arts. IMBAS facilitates communication between institutions and individuals, promoting scholarly discourse and modes of practice concerning knowledge creation through performance and performance-related creative practice.
The event includes the launch by Tríona Ní Shíocháin and Fióna Bolger of a new publication, The Artist and Academia (Routledge 2021), edited by Helen Phelan and Graham F. Welch.
This is a free event but booking is required. If you are in the position to support us, we kindly ask for a donation.
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Panel Session 1: 11am – 12.30pm
Three, 20-minute presentations and 30-minute Q’n’A. Presenters: Kathleen Turner, Wayne Jordan, Lisa McLoughlin Chair: Aileen Dillane
Book Launch: 12.30 – 1pm
The Artist and Academia (Routledge 2021), edited by Helen Phelan and Graham F. Welch. Launched by Tríona Ní Shíocháin and Fióna Bolger.
Panel Session 2: 2pm – 3.30pm
Three, 20-minute presentations and 30-minute Q’n’A.
Presenters: Danny McCarthy, Brian Fay, Trióna Ní Shíocháin Chair: Belinda Quirke
Roundtable Discussion: 3.40 – 5pm
Short responses to the panel presentations from Olga Barry, Yvon Bonenfant, and Helen Phelan followed by open discussion with all contributors and seminar attendees.
To read more about the sessions and biographies click here.
IMBAS is pleased to have contributed to two online panels as part of the Visioning the Future – Artistic Doctorates in Ireland project based at UCC.
Thursday September 3rd, 2020 at 11am – Artistic Doctorates in Ireland – More information here
Tuesday September 22nd 2020 at 11am – Artistic Research PhDs: Process, Experience and Ideas – More information here
IMBAS was formally launched at an event in the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick on 9th November 2017. The event was marked with a public lecture by Prof. Sir Christopher Frayling, chaired by Chris Baldwin, Creative Director of Galway European Capital of Culture 2020.