Relics, beyond their original religious context, ranging from the Pergamon Altar in Berlin or the abandoned statues at Hong Kong’s Waterfall Bay up to the mammoth fossil in the installation by Danish-Vietnamese conceptual artist Danh Vō, have provided diverse creative possibilities for our perception of history. In a contemporary context, fabrication is not limited to the intriguing imaginative address to history but also the physical production and presentation of objects that draw our attention to history. In the Fabrication of Relics 2019 edition titled "Arts, Crafts and Digital Natives", students examined by way of case studies the close relationships between artistic agendas and the production or (re)presentation of relics, crafts and art works. They explored various artistic approaches to historical subjects in physical materials and/or digital media, and developed their own work, which was concluded in an open studio event with guest critiques.