This webinar will be broadcast on Thursday 13th August at 4pm as part of Craft NI’s August Craft Month.

New to August Craft Month in 2020 is Craft in Conversation with renowned arts broadcast journalist and BBC Radio Ulster Culture Café presenter, Marie-Louise Muir.  Marie-Louise will be speaking each week to a prestigious guest from the craft world.

This week Marie-Louise will sit down with Senior Scholar at the Yale Centre for British Art, Glenn Adamson.  Glenn is a curator and writer who works at the intersection of craft, design history and contemporary art. He has previously been Director of the Museum of Arts and Design; Head of Research at the V&A; and Curator at the Chipstone Foundation in Milwaukee.

He is also the host of Design in Dialogue, a triweekly online interview series co-presented with Friedman Benda gallery.

The interview will give you fantastic insight into Glenn’s work and what inspires him. There will also be a Q&A and an opportunity to ask Glenn Adamson questions on his career and the craft sector.

The Craft in Conversation series is part of a full programme of events coordinated by Craft NI. For more information and to explore more events and activities, visit

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