New project on knit production and skill in Shetland and the west of Ireland

I'm delighted to have been awarded a Carnegie Trust Research Incentive Grant for the not-so-snappily named 'Micro-manufacturing and place-based maker cultures: textile production and skill transmission in Shetland and the west of Ireland'. The project focuses on small-scale knit textile manufacturing in Shetland and the west of Ireland. I'll be investigating how people who work … Continue reading New project on knit production and skill in Shetland and the west of Ireland

CRC Virtual Seminar Series 2018

'The Centre for Rural Creativity is pleased to announce its first series of Virtual Seminars. Each seminar addresses a different aspect of social engagement in relation to topical issues facing researchers and practitioners in the creative industries. The Centre welcomes researchers, students and professionals in the arts industries to take part. For further information and … Continue reading CRC Virtual Seminar Series 2018

Teaching through synchronous technology

The whole MA Art and Social Practice teaching team spoke as part of a good practice showcase at a recent UHI symposium on synchronous technology. Anne Bevan (Orkney College UHI), Lindsay Blair (Moray College UHI) and Roxane Permar and myself from the CRC in Shetland presented 'A marriage made in heaven or hell? Virtual teaching and … Continue reading Teaching through synchronous technology