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A Conversation on Sustaining Craft Practice in the Digital Era technology conversation

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This vibrant conversation draws on international perspectives to explore contemporary craft practice and economy. Facilitated by feminist craftivist practitioner and researcher Dr Katja May (Goldsmiths), the panel consider the role of communities of belonging and how craft’s quality of hand-made, intimate connection is maintained across digital, development and diversity divides. Panellists include Professor Nick Bryan-Kinns (QMUL) and his AHRC funded project, Digital platforms for craft undertaken in collaboration with Hunan Uni, China; Dr Karen Patel (Birmingham City University) and her AHRC project Craft Expertise or ‘Supporting diversity and expertise development in the contemporary craft economy’; craft practitioner Yemi Awosile, who is active in the development of digital craft economies in Africa; and Suzanna Petot, who is a curator, writer and co-organiser of the interdisciplinary project Decorating Dissidence.

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