"Handmade reveals our deepest humanity," Peggy Clark posited on December 2, 2016 to launch this year's annual meeting of the Alliance for Artisan Enterprise, Handmade is Human at the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC. Now more than ever, we need to think about how to integrate artisans into global commerce, recognize the makers behind our products, and recognize what ties together people, cultures, and places around the world.
In this Digital Learning Series, hear from Alliance for Artisan Enterprise Director Peggy Clark as she discusses the diverse meanings of what is means for something to be "handmade."
Every year, the Alliance hosts a gathering of members and friends in a vibrant, welcoming space to explore key learnings and innovations in the artisan sector. On December 2, 2016, over 75 artisan business leaders, partners, and advocates joined the Alliance team at the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC for Handmade is Human.
Watch the full day of keynote remarks and panel discussions here.