Exploring the potential of co-creation with the Crafts Council2019-09-04T16:16:18+00:00

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A programme of activities to explore the potential of co-creation

Make Shift Do is a programme run by the Crafts Council to explore innovation and the potential of new technologies and approaches in craft and making contexts. We’re working with them and their communities, from individual practitioners to workshops, libraries, community centres, policymakers and private developers, to explore the potential of co-creation as a tool for building and enriching their communities. This kicked off with a large scale workshop in June 2019 hosted by us at our studios and will continue over the next year via a series of events and small publications.

Project details

Year: 2019 – ongoing
Client: Crafts Council, UK
Team: Dee Halligan, Daniel Charny
Categories: Creative programmes, Research and strategy

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