Design Symposium in London, UK - Narrative in Practice 2011 Print
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NiP_logo14 creatives explore how they use narrative in their work.

The event is a one–day symposium exploring the value of narrative in creative practice.
On: Saturday 21 May 2011
At: the Lecture Hall, Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, E1 6LS, London
From: 9.00 a.m – 5.30 p.m.
Tickets: you can buy your ticket via Eventbrite at £40

The symposium draws together a diverse array of practitioners from various disciplines such as architecture, exhibition design, public engagement and participation and interaction design.

 

Narrative as a term is subjective and illusive and has a wide variety of meanings. When referred to in relation to literature, film making or theatre, narrative is clear but when applied to disciplines such as interaction design or public engagement and participation it becomes much harder to define.

The speakers will discuss the role narrative plays in their everyday creative practice, how they use it as a tool in their work, and the impact of stories on the experiences they create.

For further information please visit organizers website: www.narrativeinpractice.com

Who is taking part?
Scott Burnham (Key–note speaker), Matt Wade (Kin Design), Lucy Macnab (The Ministry of Stories)
Je Ahn & Maria Smith (Studio Weave), Ian Curry (Local Project, New York), Philip Handford (Campaign)
Melissa Mongiat & Kelsey Snook (Living With Our Times, Portland & Montreal)
Julia Pitts (Science Museum), Rakhi Rajani (User–experience)
Caf Fean (Soundings), Linda Florence (London based Textile Designer)
Tricia Austin (Wrap–up, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design).


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