Craft Research 11.2 is now available
Craft Research 11.2 is now available!
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Aims & Scope
Craft Research is the first peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the development and advance of contemporary craft practice and theory through research. The aim of Craft Research is to elicit craft as a vital and viable modern discipline that offers a vision for the future and for the sustainable development of human social, economical and ecological issues. This role of craft is rooted in its flexible nature as a conduit from design at one end to art at the other. It gains its strength from its at times experimental, at times developmental nature, which enables craft to explore and challenge technology, to question and develop cultural and social practices, and to interrogate philosophical and human values.
KRISTINA NIEDDERER AND KATHERINE TOWNSEND
SIRPA KOKKO, GUNNAR ALMEVIK, HARALD C. BENTZ HØGSETH AND PIRITA SEITAMAA-HAKKARAINEN
Craft and Industry Report
ABHISHEK CHATTERJEE AND HEITOR ALVELOS
The Portrait Section
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