This week’s #TrainingTuesday highlights a resource produced as part of the project ‘Ignite: Design Thinking and Making in Arts and Sciences’ funded by Creative Europe Media. Five academics from the cultural and creative industries discuss what maker culture means to them. They highlight that making is a method, a process, and a way of thinking. Maker Culture takes the position that the process is as important as the product, and that artifacts can embed within them theoretical positions as forcefully as what we expect from traditional text-based arguments.
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