Contract for Tender | World Crafts Council Europe Project Co-ordinator
Wednesday 12 July 2017
Decoding Craftsmanship II is the second event in a series of seminars and workshops that explore how emerging technologies can enable a new form of maker culture.
Advances in CAD/CAM technology has democratised production and allowed designers to create increasingly complex forms at an exponentially accelerated rate. But it has also resulted in a physical rift between the maker and the made object. Decoding Craftsmanship II continues a series of conversations that Joseph Walsh Studio began early in 2017 exploring how emerging technologies can enable a new form of maker culture. The second event in the series, taking place from 21–23 September 2017, will begin with a two-day workshop presented by Phil Cook, an experienced product designer with Simply Rhino, who has trained many leading creative studios and academic institutions.
On Saturday, 23 September 2017, Joseph Walsh Studio will host a one-day seminar series. Speakers will include: Humberto Campana, John Makepeace, Gareth Neal, Chris Lefteri, Hanns Gunther Schnell and Jorg Berchtold.
Rhino Workshop: 21–22 September 2017
Seminar: 23 September 2017
Joseph Walsh Studio, Fartha, Riverstick, Co. Cork T23 N406
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