New Sociocultural Counter-Craft Training System

8 years ago by in Etsy, Guerrilla Craft

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The recent craft resurgence, not least the asymmetric and population-centric so-called “guerrilla craft”, demonstrates the strategic significance of tactical actions by junior and noncommissioned crafters who interact with local populations. This kind of interaction , often carried out by Counter-Craft Teams (CoCraT), benefits from extensive cultural training, not least in popular subjects such as Hippie History and Etsy Ethnography. The sociocultural training offered by CARPA is based on virtual training simulations, immersive workshops in craft techniques and strategic briefings on the contemporary cultural conditions of craft.

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