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Roundtable: An Asia-Pacific Platform for Participation in Design

Sangam - the Australia India Design Platform

Tuesday, 9 July 2013 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (Central Daylight Time)

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How can creative practice today involve partnerships of mutual respect between producers, creators and audience?

You are invited to a roundtable on models for ethical consumption and participation in art and design. There are many new models for active engagement with creative products, particularly those using online platforms. The roundtable is an opportunity to review these and develop a set of critical principles to determine their long-term value.

This is the third year of the development of a Code of Practice for Craft-Design Collaborations a key activity of the Australia India Design Platform (strategic initiative of the Visual Arts Board, Australia Council). The results of this roundtable will be shared at an event in Bangalore early December, as culmination of the three-year journey of the Sangam Project.

The roundtable will include a review of what the project has developed. Participants are invited to contribute to planning for a future platform that will facilitate fair and creative partnerships in our region.

Briefing materials will be circulated by 24 June. For inquiries, please contact Kevin Murray at info@sangamproject.net.

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Tuesday, 9 July 2013 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (Central Daylight Time)


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Sangam - the Australia India Design Platform

Craft Unbound continues the exploration of new developments in contemporary craft, particularly related to the movement of ‘poor craft’. ‘Poor craft’ is used here as a term to describe the creative strategy of using materials that have little or no value. It is a style that has been important in recent Australian contemporary craft, but resonates also with practices elsewhere, particularly in the South.

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