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Craft Traditions

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ISBN : 1581592434
Genre : Handicraft
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Category: Handicraft

Craft Traditions Of The World

Author : Bryan Sentance
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124112074
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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The first comprehensive worldwide survey, an essential document for anyone concerned with art, crafts, and decorative objects.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Knowledge Networks And Craft Traditions In The Ancient World

Author : Katharina Rebay-Salisbury
ISBN : 9781135014452
Genre : Social Science
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This edited volume investigates knowledge networks based on materials and associated technologies in Prehistoric Europe and the Classical Mediterranean. It emphasises the significance of material objects to the construction, maintenance, and collapse of networks of various forms – which are central to explanations of cultural contact and change. Focusing on the materiality of objects and on the way in which materials are used adds a multidimensional quality to networks. The properties, functions, and styles of different materials are intrinsically linked to the way in which knowledge flows and technologies are transmitted. Transmission of technologies from one craft to another is one of the main drivers of innovation, whilst sharing knowledge is enabled and limited by the extent of associated social networks in place. Archaeological research has often been limited to studying objects made of one particular material in depth, be it lithic materials, ceramics, textiles, glass, metal, wood or others. The knowledge flow and transfer between crafts that deal with different materials have often been overlooked. This book takes a fresh approach to the reconstruction of knowledge networks by integrating two or more craft traditions in each of its chapters. The authors, well-known experts and early career researchers, provide concise case studies that cover a wide range of materials. The scope of the book extends from networks of craft traditions to implications for society in a wider sense: materials, objects, and the technologies used to make and distribute them are interwoven with social meaning. People make objects, but objects make people – the materiality of objects shapes our understanding of the world and our place within it. In this book, objects are treated as clues to social networks of different sorts that can be contrasted and compared, both spatially and diachronically.
Category: Social Science

Our Craft Traditions

Author : Mai Phương Võ
ISBN : WISC:89088333547
Genre : Clothing and dress
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Category: Clothing and dress

By Southern Hands

Author : Jan Arnow
ISBN : UOM:39015018937527
Genre : Art
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Illustrates the handicraft traditions of the Southern United States and shows the people who have kept these crafts from disappearing by handing down their skills and techniques from generation to generation
Category: Art

India S Craft Tradition

Author : Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya
ISBN : UOM:39015011894584
Genre : Artisans
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On master craftmanship in India; includes a list of craftsmen selected for national awards, 1965-1979.
Category: Artisans

Grassroots Development

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ISBN : WISC:89055045793
Genre : Community development
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Category: Community development

The Barossa Folk

Author : Noris Ioannou
ISBN : UOM:39015037481796
Genre : Art
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Category: Art

Custom

Author : Cy Edgar Keener
ISBN : UCAL:C3502631
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Living Craft Traditions Of India

Author : National Council of Educational Research and Training (India)
ISBN : 8174509135
Genre : Heritage crafts
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Category: Heritage crafts

Ancient Egyptian Coffins

Author : John H. Taylor
ISBN : 9042934654
Genre : Art
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This volume contains the proceedings of the twenty-third Annual Egyptological Colloquium, held at the British Museum in 2014, augmented by additional papers. The twenty-three contributions investigate functionality, iconography and manufacture of ancient Egyptian coffins from the First Intermediate Period to the eighth century AD. The authors explore the conceptual aspects which lay behind the production of coffins through the study of iconography and texts, examining the functional role of these complex objects as 'structured compositions' which were designed to play an important part in transforming the deceased occupants and perpetuating their existence beyond death. Reinstating coffins in their archaeological and societal contexts, the papers reflect on the circumstances in which they were made, considering workshop practices and regional variability, and studying coffins not only individually but also as components of larger conceptual entities in which the mummy, the burial chamber and the tomb itself all had specific meanings. Several contributions focus on areas of current interest, such as the post-burial adaptation and reuse of coffins, considering how these issues relate to the economic environment in which they were made and to changing attitudes towards the immutability of burial arrangements.
Category: Art

The Art Of Prehistoric Textile Making

Author : Karina Grömer
ISBN : OCLC:1014396476
Genre : Textile fabrics
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Textiles, textile production and clothing were essentials of living in prehistory, locked into the system of society at every level "social, economic and even religious. Textile crafts not only produced essential goods for everyday use, most notably clothing, but also utilitarian objects as well as representative and luxury items. Prehistoric clothing and their role in identity creation for the individual and for the group are also addressed by means of archaeological finds from Stone the Iron Age in Central Europe.
Category: Textile fabrics

Wood

Author : Harvey Green
ISBN : 0143112694
Genre : History
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A cultural history of the ubiquitous material profiles its numerous varieties and uses throughout the ages, discussing the role of wood in the shaping and establishment of numerous civilizations that has also served to delineate class, status, and authenticity in the modern world. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.
Category: History

Choosing Craft

Author : Vicki Halper
ISBN : 9780807889923
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Choosing Craft explores the history and practice of American craft through the words of influential artists whose lives, work, and ideas have shaped the field. Editors Vicki Halper and Diane Douglas construct an anecdotal narrative that examines the post-World War II development of modern craft, which came of age alongside modernist painting and sculpture and was greatly influenced by them as well as by traditional and industrial practices. The anthology is organized according to four activities that ground a professional life in craft--inspiration, training, economics, and philosophy. Halper and Douglas mined a wide variety of sources for their material, including artists' published writings, letters, journal entries, exhibition statements, lecture notes, and oral histories. The detailed record they amassed reveals craft's dynamic relationships with painting, sculpture, design, industry, folk and ethnic traditions, hobby craft, and political and social movements. Collectively, these reflections form a social history of craft. Choosing Craft ultimately offers artists' writings and recollections as vital and vivid data that deserve widespread study as a primary resource for those interested in the American art form.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Selling Tradition

Author : Jane S. Becker
ISBN : IND:30000060714015
Genre : Art
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Examining one of this century's most prominent "folk revivals"--the reemergence of Southern Appalachian handicraft traditions in the 1930s--Jane Becker unravels the complex network of individuals and groups that helped to redefine Appalachian craft production in the context of a national cultural identity. 37 illustrations.
Category: Art