Led by guest speaker Dr Amy Skinner, Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Practice, School of Arts (Drama), University of Hull, Founder and co-ordinator.
Dr Skinner’s paper will position the craftivist movement as a starting point for framing interactions between performers and spectators within the context of a performance event.
Focusing on the act of crafting, rather than on the crafted product, it theorises crafting or hand-making as essentially theatrical acts – experiences of embodied storytelling carried out by the maker through the agency of an object.
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