Narrative in Practice (NiP) is a one-day design symposium that sets out to explore, showcase and bring together a cross-disciplinary selection of creative practitioners whose work is informed by, expressed through or simply just touched by the use of narrative.
This year’s theme
The third instalment of NiP explores the types of relationships that can develop between the author and the audience in a narrative and narrative environment contexts.
Through their talks our speakers have been invited to answer questions such as: What type of author are you? What role does the audience play in your work? What qualities, challenges and/or values does shared authorship add to your work?
The day will begin at 9.00 a.m. with registration and light breakfast. We are hosting two sessions (morning and afternoon) with a lunch break in between and drinks at a local pub at the end. A more detailed programme will be uploaded here, on our website and social media pages in the next few weeks.
Who is speaking?
Jamie Elliott (Jailmake)
Cathering Greig (make:good)
Ken Kirton (Hato)
Dr Sarah Rhodes (Design for Social Innovation, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London)
Francesca Sarti (Arabeschi di Latte)
Your ticket includes a light breakfast, light lunch and coffee or tea.
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* Please note that we are unable to refund tickets.