A series of conversations about the possible future(s) of creative practice. How can creative thinking help us to understand what futures we face? And what place might creative practice have in an unsettled future?
In the first conversation of this series, AGAC are partnering with Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre to consider radical approaches to design and psychology. Leading the conversation will be Eleni Kalantidou, a non-disciplinary designer who is engaged in shaping alternative ideas about the function of design and craft practices that might enable us to adapt to the complex challenges of an uncertain future. The conversation will also featuring creative responses from artists and designers with work in Craft ACT’s current exhibition, ‘Embracing Innovation Volume 6’.
|When||Tuesday 23 August from 6PM to 7.30PM|
|Where||Gorman Arts Centre|
|Cost||$15/$10 (includes a drink)|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.