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Contemporary Clay and Museum Culture
On and Off: Jewelry in the Wider Cultural Field
O Pioneers! Women Ceramic Artists 1925-1960
Geongyi International Ceramics Biennal 2015
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75 Gifts for 75 Years
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Ken Shores: Clay Has the Last Word
   Innovation & Change: Ceramics from the Arizona State University Art Museum     Innovation & Change  provides the first overview of the Arizona State University Art Museum's internationally renowned contemporary ceramics collection. Richly illustrated with more than 125 highlights from the collection,  Innovation & Change  also presents some of the most talented writers in America and England contributing insightful observations of key works, making this handsome publication an invaluable resource for years to come. Also included are a comprehensive chronology as well as extensive exhibition and bibliographic listings.  Softbound, 224 pages with over 100 colorplates. Suggested retail is $45.
  Transforming Practice , a comprehensive collection of articles from Museum Education Roundtable's Journal of Museum Education , presents a rich and exemplary selection of writing in one accessible resource. Each of the book's four sections includes an introductory essay; "sparks" excerpted from each article that alone might ignite debate; "reflections" by some of the authors looking back on their work; and discussion questions. Four case studies in the final section highlight the fascinating interplay among change, response, and understanding.  Transforming Practice  is a professional development tool--a resource for museum training programs, small museums, staffs, practitioner groups, and friends to inspire conversation, critique, debate, and your own writing. As Stephen E. Weil writes in his foreword, this book reveals "the richness of ideas, the dedication to excellence, and the extraordinary depth and variety of talents to be found among this generation of museum educators."  Sponsored by the Museum Education Roundtable.    This title is sponsored by  The Museum Education Roundtable .    The Museum Education Roundtable (MER) is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, dedicated to enriching and promoting the field of Museum Education. Through publications, programs, and communication networks, MER fosters professionalism, encourages leadership, scholarship, and research in museum-based learning, and advocates the inclusion and application of museum-based learning in the general education arena. For more information on MER and its activities, please visit their website at  http://museumeducation.info/ . Members receive the Journal of Museum Education as a benefit of membership. Write to MER at PO Box 15727, Washington, DC 20003.
  The first publication produced by Museum of Contemporary Craft in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art, “How Envy Killed the Crafts Movement: An Autopsy in Two Parts,” is now available on lulu.com. The book is based on the lecture of the same name given by Garth Clark on October 16, 2008, co-presented by MoCC, PNCA and Oregon College of Art and Craft. “With characteristic humor, Clark’s lecture surveys the past 150 years...Arguing that the desire for parity with the fine arts by artists, crafters (as Clark prefers), collectors, academia and institutions created the demise of the movement itself, Clark expresses concern that nostalgia and envy plague an aging community. As a result, he wryly quips, success is measured by escape from the 'penitentiary' of craft into the 'nirvana' of the art world. Instead of seeking a bridge to the fine arts, Clark advocates re-unification with design.” -Namita Gupta Wiggers
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Quality is Contagious: John Economaki & Bridge City Tool Works
Unpacking the Collection: Selections from the Museum of Contemporary Craft
Manufractured by Steven Skov Holt and Mara Holt Skov
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