Crafting New Traditions brings together the work of eleven historians and craftspeople to address the two questions of qwho has influenced the recent history of Canadian studio craft?q and qwho will be considered as the apioneersa of Canadian craft in the future?q This book examines those innovators who have influenced five craft fields: ceramics, glass, metal, textiles and wood. Crafting New Traditions also includes five essays that look at recent leading-edge activity in the crafts.... sense, aquot;is also a search for a new language to discredit the old, a way in which each generation can repudiate its immediate ... 3. Saskachewan Archives Board, Saskatoon Arts and Crafts Society, D88-4-H, n.d., newspaper article by Mrs. Vivian Morton, a principal member of SACS. 4. ... Although lampwork was also called glassblowing, and there are ongoing references to lampwork a particularly thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Crafting New Traditions|
|Author||:||Alan C. Elder, Jean Johnson, Melanie Egan|
|Publisher||:||Canadian Mus of Civilization - 2008-01-01|