Making In 2018

Making In continues a series of conversations, beginning in 2017, which focus on the overall culture of making in today’s digital age.

Making In continues a series of conversations, beginning in 2017, which focus on the overall culture of making in today’s digital age.

Hosted by Joseph Walsh at his studio in Co. Cork, Ireland, this one-day seminar explores why the objects we create and live with are made in an era where designers, artists and makers have a myriad of possibilities in realising their work. It asks what informs one particular approach over another? Why are makers committed to traditional mastery or natural materials? What is the motivation and thinking that goes into the extraordinary commitments made to create work in a certain way? What is the impact of quality architecture? Ultimately, what is the importance and value of creativity as an expression of identity and place?

Categories:
Other
Disciplines:
Wood

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Dates

15 September 2018

Venue

Joseph Walsh Studio, Fartha, Riverstick, Co. Cork

Opening Hours

9.30 - 17.30

Further Information

Christine Wilson
021 477 1759
event@josephwalshstudio.com
www.josephwalshstudio.com/2016/index.php/en/events

Participatory aspect

One-day seminar

Suitability for families

No

Other Info

Parking is available

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