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Triptych Papers: Models for Research based Practice

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Dr Sarah Casey - Participant

2009 → …

The "Triptych: Papers Models for Research Based Practice" project consisted of an advanced period of contextualization around the Triptych strands and made use of electronic resources to share and examine practice. As a result the Flickr "Triptych Papers" site was established and participants proposed work in a collaborative visual arena.
The symposium offered practitioners to come together and discuss practice and approaches to the project in light of their own drawing research based practice.
Participants included Nick Rodgers (NCAD), Alastair Adams (LUSAD), Humhyphenhum (LUSAD), Lucy O'Donnell (LUSAD), Clodagh Emoe (DIT), Sarah Casey (Lancaster University), Caroline Wright (NCAD), Anna Green (NCAD), Les Bicknell (NCAD), Paul Fieldsend-Danks (NCAD), Catherine Baker (NCAD) and Doris Rohr (University of Ulster).

A key element of the project surrounded presentations from individual practitioners shortly to be available through the DRG web pages.

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TitleTriptych Papers: Models for Research based Practice
CountryUnited Kingdom