The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland invites you to join them on June 11th at the National Museum of Ireland for the ‘Creative Livelihoods’ - The Value of Craft in Communities seminar. They have an exciting line-up of speakers that will highlight the value and opportunities of living and working in rural regions while connecting to a global marketplace.
Highlights include Lorna McAuley from the Harris Tweed Authority who will bring us on a journey that maps the highs and lows of the Harris Tweed industry and what it means to the Isle of Harris. Colin McCallion of eBay will share insights on the potential for online trade and eBays role in opening the global market place for craft and Chupi Sweetman will share how she grew her brand to operate in 64 countries around the world.
For more info, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/creative-livelihoods-the-value-of-craft-in-communities-tickets-61286377204