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CAMEo Conference Plenary: Three Paradigms for Creative Economy Research, Angela McRobbie

Plenary, ‘Three Paradigms for Creative Economy Research: Cultural Policy, Space-Labour and Art-Theory', by Professor Angela McRobbie (Goldsmiths) and chaired by Jen Smith Maguire. This plenary was filmed during CAMEo's inaugural conference Mediating Cultural Work: Texts, Objects and Politics which took place between 6th - 8th September 2017. Recorded on Thursday 7th September, 2017.

A Conversation on Craft Culture, Discussant response from Nicola Thomas, Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter and expert on the geographies of craft and the creative economy.

Nicola responds and discusses ideas raised by keynote talks from Kate Fletcher and Susan Luckman. This event was part of the CAMEo Craft Cultures events which took place in November 2016.  Recorded on Wednesday 9th November, 2016.

A Conversation on Craft Culture keynote talk by Kate Fletcher (University of the Arts London) from CAMEo Craft Cultures event in November 2016.

Kate Fletcher is Professor of Sustainability, Design, Fashion at London College of Fashion and author of Craft of Use: Post-Growth Fashion. Her work is both rooted in nature’s principles and engaged with the cultural and creative forces of fashion and design. Kate’s original thinking and progressive outlook has shaped the field of fashion, textiles and sustainability with design thinking. Recorded on Wednesday 9th November, 2016.

 

A Conversation on Craft Culture keynote talk by Susan Luckman (University of South Australia) from CAMEo Craft Cultures event in November 2016.

Susan Luckman is Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of South Australia and author of Craft and the Creative Economy. She studies the intersections of culture, place and creativity, especially in relation to creative and cultural industries, digital media, and grassroots innovation. Susan has published a wide range of academic and policy publications on cultural work, creative industries and creative micro-entrepreneurialism. Recorded on Wednesday 9th November, 2016.

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