Hilary O'Shaughnessy

Special Event

PROTOTYPE WORKSHOP INTERACTIVE FICTION

Dates: 18 Oct - 18 Oct

Show Time: 10.30am - 1.00pm

Tickets: €15 (Festival Pass - Get the whole festival experience for just €30. This will get you entry in to the talks, Plays on a night of your choice, entry to the playground plus admission to one workshop of your choice. Not available to book online, contact Box Office on 01 8819 613 to book your Festival Pass)

Prototype is a brand new festival of Play and Interaction which brings together some of the most playful designers in the world, to engage, excite, inspire, create and energise the city by providing a new platform for innovative social interaction and cross disciplinary play.

Interactive Fiction Workshop – Learn how to create and publish your own interactive fiction online using Twine. In this workshop you will learn the building blocks of tools, story, choice, and aesthetics. Participants must bring their own laptop (and charger!) along for the day.

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Prototype is curated by Hilary O’Shaughnessy as part of her Theatre Artist in Residence programme at Project Arts Centre and Dublin City Council with the support of the Arts Council of Ireland, the Goethe Institute, the British Council and the French Embassy.

Hilary O’Shaughnessy is a Project Artist.

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