Tech tips and recording workshop


Lisa Murray is a multi-faceted creator, music producer and audio engineer. Grad from TCD and M.M. in Music Production, Technology and Innovation Berklee College of Music, where she was awarded their Outstanding Woman Scholarship and received mentorship from world-class engineer Sylvia Massy (Johnny Cash, Red Hot Chilli Peppers). Currently an audio engineer at Camden Recording Studios.

Click the image below to register for this free workshop. 

The workshop is open to beginners and advanced users and to all TCD members.
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CSC Officer Training 19th October 2020


On 19th October 2020 from 6pm the CSC Officers and staff will run an online training session for those involved with running a society in TCD. 

We will cover supports and help available, the role of the chair, treasurer (briefly), secretary in a society. 

We will answer questions you may have around the running of a society. 

Training should take no longer than 75minutes and a zoom link will be sent to the society chair, treasurer, secretary and PRO prior to training on zoom webinar.

email info@csc.tcd.ie with any queries prior to training. 

CSC AGM 2020


The CSC Annual General Meeting will take place on 30th at 6 pm. 
 
The Committee consists of 5 Officers – Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary, Amenities Officer and Hon Treasurer; and 8 ordinary members of Executive.  The position of Honorary Treasurer is a 3-year one, and is usually held by a member of staff or a postgraduate student. More information on these roles can be found here 
 
If you would like to run for any of the above positions, please ensure that you arrange for the current Treasurer of a fully recognised society to nominate you and another one to second you. 
 
The nomination form has been sent to the treasurer of each fully recognised society and the proposer and seconder will need to complete, sign, scan and email to secretary@csc.tcd.ie BEFORE 6p.m. on Wednesday 23rd September.

Dorian Gray Project 10 years on.


The evening of the 24th January 2020, the Central Societies Committee supported by Trinity Development & Alumni will be joined by the Provost and current members of College to mark 50 years of the Central Societies Committee, as well as to welcome back TCD Alumni and Staff who participated in the Dorian Gray project in 2009. 

In November 2009, named after Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, the Dorian Gray Project was launched by the Central Societies Committee to celebrate student life in Trinity. Over 900 members of the Trinity community had their portraits taken in the Public Theatre in TCD. Each of these portraits, caught in an instant of time, has been incorporated into an image of Front Square below, to symbolise the living element that embodies Trinity College life, and is a testimony that College is more than just bricks and mortar, quads and cobbles – it is a living community.

All participants in the project were emailed in November 2019 with a link to their image as well as an invitation to return in order to celebrate, reconnect and reminisce.

The images taken in 2009 can be found here