Pioneers and their practice: a reference guide

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   Theme Title   Pioneers and their practice: a reference guide    
   Context   Higher Education Further Education   
   Description of Use   Accompanying each set of images is a biographical description of each practitioners working life, setting out education, workshops, teaching assignments, major commissions and publications. Further reading can be found in the general bibliography and the books and catalogues listed, if out of print or unobtainable elsewhere, can be consulted at the Crafts Study Centre, by prior arrangement.   
   Difficulty   Easy   
   Intended End User Role   Learner, Undergraduate, Foundation   
   Interactivity Level   Low   
   Interactivity Type   Expositive   
   Learning Resource Type   Narrative text Image   
   Typical Age Range   16+   
   Typical Learning Time   45+   
   Author   Margot Coatts   
   Banner   ceramics.jpg   
   Contributor   David Westwood, photographer   
   Description   This on-line reference guide has been produced by the Crafts Study Centre as an introduction to its collection and facilities. The Crafts Study Centre is a unique collection and archive of the crafts in Britain, from circa 1900 onwards. It specialises in calligraphy, ceramics, textiles and wood, together with crafts peoples documents, photographs, working notes and books. It was founded in 1970 as a charitable trust.    
   External URL Link   tm/index.php?theme_id=cscu1   
   Format   image text   
   Theme ID   cscu1   
   Language   English en-UK   
   Location   England Japan Cornwall St.Ives Dartington    
   Period   20th century 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s    
   Publication Date   19/04/2005   
   Publisher   VADS   
   Resource Type   narrative text image catalogue   
   Rights   © Text: Margot Coatts 2004/ Images: Crafts Study Centre 2004   
   Source   Crafts Study Centre   
   Subject Keywords   crafts design ceramics calligraphy furniture textiles wood photographs    



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