Decoding Craftsmanship

A collection of talks and workshops on how emerging technologies can enable a new form of maker culture.

Presented by Joseph Walsh Studio, Decoding Craftsmanship will focus on the relationship between material and making, and the use of digital tools in conceiving and fabricating products. Advances in CAD/CAM technology has democratised production and allowed designers to create increasingly complex forms, but it has also resulted in a physical rift between the maker and the made object? Over 2-days of talks and workshops at Joseph Walsh Studio, Cork and with contributions from renowned designers, architects, engineers and technicians, this event will explore how software can successfully merge with a heritage of making to create a new form of maker culture.

Categories:
Workshop
Disciplines:
Wood

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Dates

24 to 25 March 2017

Venue

Joseph Walsh Studio, Fartha, Riverstick, Co. Cork T23 N406

Opening Hours

9am – 5pm each day

Further Information

Martin McGloin
021 477 1759
info@josephwalshstudio.com
bit.ly/2lEDonp

Participatory aspect

Workshop

Suitability for families

No

Other Info

Event includes lunch

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