The theme of Trinity Week 2019 is Silence, but We think Children Should be Seen and Heard!
Trinity Research in Childhood Centre (TRiCC) seeks to promote and integrate research related to children and young people across all three faculties of Trinity College Dublin AND the Children's Research Network.
Come celebrate such research as well as children in general.
Research Showcase: 29th April - 3rd May
Throughout the week of 29th April – 3rd May, the Arts Building concourse will be covered with posters, pop-up stands and other display material celebrating children and children’s research both across Trinity College Dublin, and the Children's Research Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland, which has its home in TRiCC.
Vote for your favourite poster!
From 29th April - noon on 1st May, we will be asking people to vote either in person or online for the poster they believe captures the spirit of the event. On the afternoon of 1st May, prizes will be awarded for the two most-voted-for posters.
Children (and their adults), come join us as Trinity College Dublin becomes the Children’s University on Wed 1st May, 2pm-5pm!
Over the afternoon of 1st May, come along to the Trinity College Dublin Arts Building, just off Nassau St. between 2pm and 5pm.
Activities will include:
- Award-winning St. Columba's National School Choir led by Ailse Nolan, and Vocal Workshop with Dr Orla Flanagan, School of Music (some sing along may be involved!)
- The Quintet Sound Installation by composer Jonathan Nangle, Royal Irish Academy of Music
- Story-telling - in different languages and Irish Sign Language - in conjunction with the School of English, School of Social Work and Social Policy and the Centre for Deaf Studies
- Mindfulness and meditation for children with Dr Leonor Rodriguez, Children's Research Network (UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway)
- "Sensory Fun – Exploring our seven senses" with Dr Michelle Spirtos and Dr Katie Cremin, Discipline of Occupational Therapy, School of Medicine
- Mask exhibition and mask-making with Dr Rachel Hoare, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies
This event is free, open to the public and wheelchair accessible. Children must be accompanied by a nice adult.