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Craft And The Digital Turn: Historical Timeline Survey

This study seeks to lay the groundwork for a historical timeline of the integration of digital technology (tools, processes and networks) into craft-based studio/labs/workshops and curriculum across post-secondary institutions in Canada. The study involves participants who are faculty, staff and studio technicians who teach and facilitate traditional and digital craft methods at post-secondary institutions with craft-orientated programs. It is part of a larger three-year Insight Grant funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).

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Principal Investigator: Lynne Heller, OCAD University
Project Team: Alberta University of the Arts (Mackenzie Kelly-Frère); Emily Carr University of Art + Design (Hélène Day Fraser, Keith Doyle); NSCAD University (Greg Sims); OCAD University (Dorie Millerson, Kathleen Morris, Travis Freeman); and Sheridan College (Gord Thompson).

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