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    Past, Present & Future Craft Practice

    £15.00
    An introduction to craft research - a new form of craft practice - with an alternative approach to developing craft and its economy in the 21st century.
    ISBN: 9781905267507
    AuthorLouise Valentine
    Pub Date28/01/2011
    BindingHardback
    Pages168
    Availability: In Stock

    Published by NMS Enterprises Limited - Publishing on behalf of University of Dundee. The development of academic research has brought to the fore a new generation of craft practitioners and as a consequence new methods and methodologies, which are impacting on the way craft in the future will be perceived, marketed and purchased. Past, Present and Future Craft Practice explores new directions and perspectives in contemporary craft and exemplifies this step through a series of ten works. The book is based partly on a five-year-research project which posed the question: Is there a future role for craft? It is also based on the editors' work as craft practitioners - Louise Valentine's as a textile designer and Georgina Follett's as an enameller.

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    Published by NMS Enterprises Limited - Publishing on behalf of University of Dundee. The development of academic research has brought to the fore a new generation of craft practitioners and as a consequence new methods and methodologies, which are impacting on the way craft in the future will be perceived, marketed and purchased. Past, Present and Future Craft Practice explores new directions and perspectives in contemporary craft and exemplifies this step through a series of ten works. The book is based partly on a five-year-research project which posed the question: Is there a future role for craft? It is also based on the editors' work as craft practitioners - Louise Valentine's as a textile designer and Georgina Follett's as an enameller.