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This collection of essays was published by the Crafts Council in partnership with the Crafts Study Centre to accompany the exhibition Three by One, an exploration of craft history as expressed through the idiosyncratic development of three complementary craft collections - the British Council, Crafts Council and Crafts Study Centre.
Illustrated in colour and black and white throughout, Three by One includes a Foreword by Rosy Greenlees, executive Director of Crafts Council and Simon Olding, Director of Crafts Study Centre, University of the Creative Arts and an introduction by exhibition curator and co-editor, internationally-celebrated potter Alison Britton.
Six Exhibitions, Six Identities by Tanya Harrod
“These Tumultuous, Gloomy Years”: Museums in the 1970s by Helen Rees Leahy
The British Council’s Craft Collection by Muriel Wilson
The Crafts Council: a Contemporary Craft Collection by Annabelle Campbell
The Founding of the Crafts Study Centre by Simon Olding
Paperback 72 pages 260 x 205mm
ISBN 1 9037 131 88 / 9781 903713-181