Age of Arts

Age of Arts

Paccar Theatre, Thursday 18th April 2019

Experience an interesting, fun afternoon of discussion about how creativity, science and the brain can work together through an arts and social spectrum as we age. Artists and scientists will give informative talks and participate in an open discussion with the audience. This will be followed by an interactive music workshop to spark your creativity.

Speakers include:

• Prof Brian Lawlor (Global Brain Health Institute, Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing, Trinity College Dublin)

• Prof Román Romero Ortuño (Global Brain Health Institute, Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing, Trinity College Dublin)

• Prof Philip Napier (National College of Art and Design)

• Dr Tara Byrne (Age & Opportunity)

• Dr Francesca Farina (Trinity College Dublin)

• Dr Jane Bentley (ArtBeatMusic, Global Brain Health Institute)


Date:
Thursday 18th April 2019
Time:
1.30pm
Price:
Free
Address:
Science Gallery Dublin, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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