Thinking Craft, Crafting Thought

Thinking Craft, Crafting Thought

Vol 12 no 2, 1992


A special issue which in arguing the old art/ craft debate is proposing usable theories for practice. What is the future for craft? Re-evaluating 'women's work', craft, science and technology. Reviews

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Keepsakes - Australians and the Great War

Job: Director, Griffith Artworks

An installation by Sebastian Zagarella

Marina Strocchi

Korean Artist Project

NAVA - National Association for the Visual Arts

Art In Culture - South Korean art magazine

Lorne Sculpture Biennale


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Two Countries, One Weave?

Artist: Ms Kerry Giles Kurwingie, feature

Written with Phillip (Piri) Everett Over the last year Tandanya (National Aboriginal Cutural Institute) has received much bad publicity but is carrying on and slowly and steadily making history. It opened in 1989 with celebrations featuring Ernabella Inma and Yothu Yindi. Includes photographs of indigenous women at weaving workshops in the South East of South Australia at Camp Coorong Cultural Centre.



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