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The Resource Makers : a history of American studio craft, Janet Koplos and Bruce Metcalf

Makers : a history of American studio craft, Janet Koplos and Bruce Metcalf

Label
Makers : a history of American studio craft
Title
Makers
Title remainder
a history of American studio craft
Statement of responsibility
Janet Koplos and Bruce Metcalf
Title variation
History of American studio craft
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Koplos, Janet
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
NK807
LC item number
.K67 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1949-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Metcalf, Bruce
  • Center for Craft, Creativity & Design
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Decorative arts
  • Decorative arts
  • Art, American
  • Art, American
Label
Makers : a history of American studio craft, Janet Koplos and Bruce Metcalf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"A project of the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Hendersonville, N.C.."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [487]-506) and index
Contents
  • The roots of studio craft : The Industrial Revolution ; Craft and work ; The origin of Arts and Crafts ; The Aesthetic Movement ; English Arts and Crafts ; World's fairs ; The Cincinnati wood-carving movement ; Art in textiles ; China painting and art pottery ; Louise McLaughlin, studio potter ; Stained glass and art glass -- 1900-1909 : Handwork and industrialization : Setting the scene ; Reform and the crafts ; Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters ; Gustav Stickley ; Wood : reform and commerce together ; Pottery for all purposes ; Studio potters ; Jewelry : beginnings ; Metalsmithing ; Textiles : revivals, inventions, and borrowings ; Objectifying glass ; Arts and Crafts societies ; Arts and Crafts communities ; Craft education -- 1910-1919 : Upheavals : Setbacks ; Revivals ; The Armory Show ; Ceramics interrupted ; Wood : the end of the Craftsman style ; Jewelry and metals : regional differences ; Textiles ; Craft institutions ; Occupational therapy -- 1920-1929 : Boom time in a consumerist society : New styles and habits ; Craft institutions ; Southwest Indian arts ; Wood : reactionaries and progressives ; Jewelry and metals : traditionalists and modernists ; Textiles in transition ; Ceramics : tiles and figurines ; Crafts in the Southern Highlands -- 1930-1939 : Industrial design versus handcraft : Changes in life and craft ; Craft institutions ; Education ; MOMA and craft ; Ceramics in school ; Modern textiles ; Wood : the modern movement ; Metals : silver tarnishes ; Glass goes several ways -- 1940-1949 : New opportunities : Losing and gaining ; Education ; Craft institutions ; Jewelry and enameling : artists rewrite the script ; Wood : the era of the designer-craftsman ; Ceramics flourishes ; Glass ; Textile arguments --
  • 1950-1959 : The second revival of crafts : Paradigm shifts ; Craft embraces academia ; MOMA and good design ; Ceramics : import-export ; Textiles : ready for change ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : toward an American voice ; Wood : influences and inventions ; A little glass -- 1960-1969 : Youth culture, counterculture, multiculture : Ringing changes ; Textiles go large ; Jewelry and metals: looking elsewhere ; A new world of glass ; Wood : furniture as design, expression, and concept ; Ceramics : sorting out options ; Craft institutions -- 1970-1979 : Organizations and professionals : An explosion of crafts ; Ceramics down and up ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : pluralism takes over ; Textiles in depth ; Glass goes mainstream ; Wood : actions and reactions ; Craft institutions -- 1980-1989 : Money and images : Business and Baroque ; Wood : classicism and postmodern play ; Clay variations ; Glass ; Textiles and the new basketry ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : declarations of independence ; Craft institutions -- 1990-1999 : Mastery as meaning : Got it made ; Craft institutions ; Glass ascendant ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : a spectrum of possibilities ; Textiles to fiber ; Wood : all options open ; Ceramics : individuals and themes
Control code
441211276
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xi, 529 p.
Isbn
9780807834138
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2009042758
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)441211276
Label
Makers : a history of American studio craft, Janet Koplos and Bruce Metcalf
Publication
Note
"A project of the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Hendersonville, N.C.."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [487]-506) and index
Contents
  • The roots of studio craft : The Industrial Revolution ; Craft and work ; The origin of Arts and Crafts ; The Aesthetic Movement ; English Arts and Crafts ; World's fairs ; The Cincinnati wood-carving movement ; Art in textiles ; China painting and art pottery ; Louise McLaughlin, studio potter ; Stained glass and art glass -- 1900-1909 : Handwork and industrialization : Setting the scene ; Reform and the crafts ; Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters ; Gustav Stickley ; Wood : reform and commerce together ; Pottery for all purposes ; Studio potters ; Jewelry : beginnings ; Metalsmithing ; Textiles : revivals, inventions, and borrowings ; Objectifying glass ; Arts and Crafts societies ; Arts and Crafts communities ; Craft education -- 1910-1919 : Upheavals : Setbacks ; Revivals ; The Armory Show ; Ceramics interrupted ; Wood : the end of the Craftsman style ; Jewelry and metals : regional differences ; Textiles ; Craft institutions ; Occupational therapy -- 1920-1929 : Boom time in a consumerist society : New styles and habits ; Craft institutions ; Southwest Indian arts ; Wood : reactionaries and progressives ; Jewelry and metals : traditionalists and modernists ; Textiles in transition ; Ceramics : tiles and figurines ; Crafts in the Southern Highlands -- 1930-1939 : Industrial design versus handcraft : Changes in life and craft ; Craft institutions ; Education ; MOMA and craft ; Ceramics in school ; Modern textiles ; Wood : the modern movement ; Metals : silver tarnishes ; Glass goes several ways -- 1940-1949 : New opportunities : Losing and gaining ; Education ; Craft institutions ; Jewelry and enameling : artists rewrite the script ; Wood : the era of the designer-craftsman ; Ceramics flourishes ; Glass ; Textile arguments --
  • 1950-1959 : The second revival of crafts : Paradigm shifts ; Craft embraces academia ; MOMA and good design ; Ceramics : import-export ; Textiles : ready for change ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : toward an American voice ; Wood : influences and inventions ; A little glass -- 1960-1969 : Youth culture, counterculture, multiculture : Ringing changes ; Textiles go large ; Jewelry and metals: looking elsewhere ; A new world of glass ; Wood : furniture as design, expression, and concept ; Ceramics : sorting out options ; Craft institutions -- 1970-1979 : Organizations and professionals : An explosion of crafts ; Ceramics down and up ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : pluralism takes over ; Textiles in depth ; Glass goes mainstream ; Wood : actions and reactions ; Craft institutions -- 1980-1989 : Money and images : Business and Baroque ; Wood : classicism and postmodern play ; Clay variations ; Glass ; Textiles and the new basketry ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : declarations of independence ; Craft institutions -- 1990-1999 : Mastery as meaning : Got it made ; Craft institutions ; Glass ascendant ; Jewelry, metals, and enameling : a spectrum of possibilities ; Textiles to fiber ; Wood : all options open ; Ceramics : individuals and themes
Control code
441211276
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xi, 529 p.
Isbn
9780807834138
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2009042758
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)441211276

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