Craft & Social Media

December 18, 2012

See on Scoop.itshubush jewellery adornment

It’s often said that craft needs to be handled in order to be appreciated, and it remains true that an object that ‘sings’ to us in real life can appear flat and lifeless on screen. But craft…

petabush‘s insight:

you can download Karen Yair’s report on social media for the crafts council here 

See on karenyair.com

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2 Responses to “Craft & Social Media”

  1. karen yair Says:

    Hi Peta, thanks for sharing my blog post – your work looks fascinating. I wonder if you might be interested in these two posts, which look at my recent work for the Crafts Council, on craft / science. All the best with your phd! Karen.

    http://karenyair.com/2012/11/01/wild-ideas-science-future-making/
    http://karenyair.com/2011/12/02/1202/

  2. shubush Says:

    Thanks Karen the links are great- I have been kicking myself for missing Assemble 2012 it looks like a great day and your article wild ideas is fascinating


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