definition

Com´mon`ty

n.

1.

(Scots Law) A common; a piece of land in which two or more persons have a common right.



Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Selected Symposium: Making Connection

From Lizzie Cowan at Dovecot Studios


Selected Symposium: Making Connections will address the fast evolving nature of craft practices in the 21st century that uses Selected as a backdrop to discuss Scotland's new craft. This engaging symposium invites makers and attendees to question how craft practice connects to new forms of consumption, the rise of the creative city, digital process and hybrid practices.
Chair Mike Press (Programme Director, Design and Craft, DJCAD)
Conversation Mike Press | James Donald | Angus Ross | Laura Spring
Speaker Sarah Drummond (Snook)
Thought Pods Polly Collins | Jessica Howarth | Ana├»s Paulard | Naomi Mcintosh

Selected Symposium: Making Connections
Monday 1 December 2014 12pm-7pm
£15 student/senior | £20 general admission
Includes lunch on arrival, refreshments and wine at the close of the event
 Full details about the event on the Dovecot studios website here

They can also book online directly at Eventbrite here

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