WHO: anyone interested in prototyping.
WHAT: "Prototype" is an event taking place in Dundee in June of this year. "Prototype" will be co-convened by the Victoria and Albert Museum and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee, and will explore the radical and multiple ways that creative people are experimenting with ideas. The symposium looks to excite the mind and nurture unusual conversations by presenting a diverse range of perspectives concerned with innovation and ingenuity.
WHEN: 10-11 June
CHARGES: early bird discount package £195 (expires on 31st March), full delegate package £230 and students £100. A limited amount of student places are available and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
DETAILS: Prototype - Craft in the Future Tense will be acting as the central focus for Craft Festival Scotland, an ambitious series of nationwide events happening throughout the summer of 2010. "Future Craft", the theme for Dundee's contribution to the Festival, will portray the different faces of craft and the different voices it has as a creative practice. It will focus on reviving the way people see craft by initiating a range of public events comprising several major exhibitions, films and workshops which are set to challenge perceptions and profile debates around craft.
Deadline: 10 June 2010 ** Deadline expired**
Organiser/employer: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design
[ Added on 26 March 2010 ]
- No payment
- Charge made to applicant
- Experience required:
- No previous experience
- Students eligible:
- UK - London