On 8 August, take part in our Crafting Futures sharing session with our partner MUNI. The forum will discuss the importance of research in creating craft-related interventions with the Crafting Futures report as a take-off point. Discussions will focus on opportunities for working with the government, academe and private sector in a post-Covid context and we will feature examples of interventions made stronger by collaboration. 'Crafting Futures Together' will also be an extension of episode nine of the MUNI on This podcast, ‘Hope in Craft’ coming out on 26 July 2020.
Featured panelists include:
- Marlon Martin, Ifugao Nation and Save the Ifugao Terraces Movement
- Celia Elumba, Philippine Textile Research Institute
- Rachel Kelly, Manchester School of Art