Crafting: materials, ecologies, economies
|Event details||Crafting: materials, ecologies, economies|
|Organiser name||Naomi Millner|
|School||School of Geographical Sciences; University of Bristol|
|Time||6:00 pm - 7:30 pm|
|Venue||The Kitchen, The Station, Silver Street, Bristol BS1 2AG|
|Speakers|| Chaired by Dr Mark Jackson, University of Bristol
Joanna Mann, University of Bristol and Vicky Harrison, local Knitter and "Craftivist"
Dr Naomi Millner, University of Bristol and Jethro Brice, Bristol-based Artist
Matters of Life and Death
Dr Merle Patchett, University of Bristol and Andrea Roe, Taxidermist
|Type of event||Debate and discussion|
|Reception||Yes - following the event|
|Booking link||Book via Eventbrite|
Are the widespread recent revivals of the art and craft movement a romanticisation of past worlds, or do they tell us something about our contemporary condition? This diverse panel discussion will consider the importance of craft to broader questions of politics, economics, culture, and social change.
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