Make:Shift

5th November 2014

When using the word craft it conjours up a vision of a maker in a rural environment crafting a traditional object, but that is far from the truth of what craft means today.

Exploring craft in the 21st century Make:Shift a Crafts Council Innovation conference to be held on the 20 to 21st November will show how advances in materials, processes and technologies are driving new developments.

Centred around 3 themes Materials, Making and Tools, the speakers include Lauren Bowker, Michael Eden a pioneer in digital craft, Amy Congdon,Prof. Roger Kneebone a surgeon who leads a multidisciplinary team at Imperial College and Ammar Mirjan, an architect and a maker.

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