Crafting: materials, ecologies, economies
Friday, 8 November 2013 from 18:00 to 20:30 (GMT)
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.
This event will comprise of four presentations and a panel discussion followed by a drinks reception at 19:30.
The Thinking Futures festival 2016 takes place on the 5 - 12 November and aims to share and celebrate research from the University of Bristol's Faculty of Social Sciences and Law.
The programme comprises a wide variety of events for the general public, schools, policy-makers and third sector organisations, held in Bristol.
Engage with our researchers and see how the social sciences inform key debates and advances in policy and practice for governments, education, charities, health services, legal systems, and public services around the globe.
There are nine events being held this year across a wide array of topics and the festival is being co-ordinated by the Centre for Public Engagement and PolicyBristol as part of the national ESRC's Festival of Social Sciences.
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