By Makerversity

Do you have any plans for 21st and 22nd November? Well, you do now.

As part of Craft Council’s upcoming Make:Shift:Do series, we’re hosting a programme of workshops, lectures and discussions on craft and innovation from the likes of Just Got Made, V2_ and The People’s Print.

Highlights of the programme include breakfast with Just Got Made, a re-enactment of C.P. Snow’s infamous Two Cultures lecture and workshops on Scandinavian Paper-Cutouts for Digital Textiles run by the brilliant The People’s Print.


We’ve organised a mix of paid and free events so there will be something for everyone. Follow the links below to find out more and get tickets. Book now to avoid disappointment!

Friday 21 November
9.15 – 11.30am – Just Got Made
Make it London (please book and bring some brekkie!)
2.30 – 4.30pm – V2_
Innovation in Extreme Scenarios: lecture, re-enactment and Q&A

Saturday 22 November
2.00 – 4.30pm – The People’s Print
Scandinavian Paper-Cutouts for Digital Textiles
5.15 – 7.45pm – The People’s Print
Scandinavian Paper-Cutouts for Digital Textiles

Make:Shift:Do is a programme of public events taking place in Make Spaces across the UK on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 November, to coincide with the Craft Council’s Make:Shift conference on craft and innovation. The programme is run in partnership with Digital Programmes at the V&A, The RSA, and the Institute of Making at UCL.

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