13th Annual CCF/FCMA Conference

Placemaking: The Unique Connection Between Craft, Community + Tourism

October 10-15 2018

Location

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Registration

Mark your calendars! The CCF/FCMA’s 13th national contemporary craft conference will take place in Nova Scotia from October 10th – 15th, 2018.


This video, from our conference in Quebec City (September 2015) features interviews with our attendees, who describe why it’s so important attend!

 

 


ITINERARY: Coming Soon

THEME

Titled Placemaking: The Unique Connection Between Craft, Community and Tourism, this national event will highlight the role of contemporary craft culture in strengthening and encouraging community development. By exploring the positive impact of craft practice on both physical and virtual communities, the conference will share information on craft culture’s role in enhancing the sense of belonging, understanding, and appreciation of community members, leading to happier, healthier, more positive social interactions. Through the presentations, workshops, networking sessions and cultural events of Placemaking, the use of culture as an impetus for positive change will drive conversation through creation, expression, sharing and celebration.

Photo courtesy of the Lunenburg School of Art (artist: Joan Bruneau)

 

 

 

ACCOMMODATIONS

Information Coming Soon

SPONSORS

Information coming soon

THEME

Titled Placemaking: The Unique Connection Between Craft, Community and Tourism, this national event will highlight the role of contemporary craft culture in strengthening and encouraging community development. By exploring the positive impact of craft practice on both physical and virtual communities, the conference will share information on craft culture’s role in enhancing the sense of belonging, understanding, and appreciation of community members, leading to happier, healthier, more positive social interactions. Through the presentations, workshops, networking sessions and cultural events of Placemaking, the use of culture as an impetus for positive change will drive conversation through creation, expression, sharing and celebration.

Photo courtesy of the Lunenburg School of Art (artist: Joan Bruneau)

 

 

 

ACCOMMODATIONS

Information Coming Soon

SPONSORS

Information coming soon