The MA in Critical and Historical Craft Studies at Warren Wilson College is hosting public conversations about research and projects connected to craft studies. Attendees will hear how people conduct, analyze, share, and discuss their work on craft history and theory.
Craft Conversations is a six-part series organized by the MA in Critical and Historical Craft Studies and hosted at its home campus at Warren Wilson College. Each presenter will share their work for 30 minutes each, followed by discussion between presenters, MA students, and audience for 60 minutes. The conversations are informal, inquisitive, and open to the public.
Events take place in Boon Hall, Room 110 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Registration for the events is free. Register using the links below.
The MA in Critical and Historical Craft Studies is the first and only low-residency graduate program in craft history and theory.
To learn more about the MA in Critical and Historical Craft Studies, visit www.warren-wilson.edu/craft.