CraftPerspectives Lecture: Ellen Lupton

Museum of Contemporary Craft

March 20, 2008

In conjunction with PNCA, the Museum of Contemporary Craft presents a lecture by Ellen Lupton.

Theorizing that design is a form of creativity that is accessible to all, Lupton’s The Design-It-Yourself Revolution “explore(s) how technology is combining with social movements to create greater access to design tools and creativity.”

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