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History & Criticism
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    Sandra Alfoldy
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Crafting Identity will be of interest to anyone who creates, teaches, studies, writes about, exhibits, and collects Canadian craft and contemporary Canadian ar. Ellen Easton McLeod, author of "In Good Hands: The Women of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild" "A richly documented survey of the key events and players that led to the development of Canadian professional craft in recent years.

Sandra Alfoldy (1970-2019) was professor of craft history at NSCAD University and associate curator of Fine Craft at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

Przeczytaj go w aplikacji Książki Google Play na komputerze albo na urządzeniu z Androidem lub iOS. Pobierz, by czytać offline. Alfoldy focuses on 1964-74 and the debates over distinctions between professional, self-taught, and amateur craftspeople and between one-of-a-kind and traditional craft objects. Sandra Alfoldy (1970-2019) was professor of craft history at NSCAD University and associate curator of Fine Craft at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

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Alfoldy focuses on 1964-74 and the debates over distinctions between professional, self-taught, and amateur . THE 1960S WITNESSED THE EMERGENCE OF PROFESSIONAL CRAFT EXPERTS in Canada

Alfoldy focuses on 1964-74 and the debates over distinctions between professional, self-taught, and amateur craftspeople and between one-of-a-kind and tradition. THE 1960S WITNESSED THE EMERGENCE OF PROFESSIONAL CRAFT EXPERTS in Canada.

Items related to Crafting Identity: The Development of Professional. Alfoldy, Sandra Crafting Identity: The Development of Professional Fine Craft in Canada. She deals extensively with key people and events, including American philanthropist Aileen Osborn Webb and Canadian philanthropist Joan Chalmers, the foundation of the World Crafts Council (1964) and the Canadian Crafts Council (1974), the Canadian Fine Crafts exhibition at Expo 67, and the In Praise of Hands exhibition of 1974.

The Montreal branch of the Women's Art Association of Canada (WAAC) was founded in 1894 by Mary Martha Phillips . Alfoldy, Sandra (26 July 2005). Crafting Identity: The Development of Professional Fine Craft in Canada. McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP.

The Montreal branch of the Women's Art Association of Canada (WAAC) was founded in 1894 by Mary Martha Phillips and Mary Alice Peck. The Montreal branch held major exhibits of applied arts in 1900 and 1902, and in June 1902 opened a store, Our Handicrafts Shop. The Montreal WAAC was a precursor of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild. The same women were involved in both organizations  .

the development of professional fine craft in Canada. There's no description for this book yet. Published by McGill-Queen's University Press in Montreal, QC. Subjects. History, Decorative arts, Handicraft. TT. The Physical Object.

Crafting Identity "This book covers a huge area of unused material and contains the first . gn: Canadian, History: Art & Architecture, History: Canada. This book covers a huge area of unused material and contains the first bibliography for organizations, events, and personalities. This will form a basic text for scholars and students in a neglected but growing scholarly field. Sandra Flood, artist.

Alfoldy, Sandra (2005), Crafting Identity : the development of professional fine craft in Canada (p51) .

Alfoldy, Sandra (2005), Crafting Identity : the development of professional fine craft in Canada (p51), Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, ISBN 9780773528604. Crawford, Gail (1998), A fine line : studio crafts in Ontario from 1930 to the present, Toronto: Dundurn Press, ISBN 9781550023039. "OCC Affiliate Organizations" Ontario Crafts Council. Retrieved 28 January 2009, ^ Helen Bradfield, Joan Pringle; Brian J. Thompson, Photographer (1992), Art of the spirit : contemporary Canadian fabric art (p71), Toronto: Dundurn Press, ISBN 9781550021523. Categories: Spinning.

Sandra Alfoldy received her PhD in craft history from Concordia University in 2001 and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Rochester in 2002.

Alfoldy focuses on 1964-74 and the debates over distinctions between professional, self-taught, and amateur craftspeople and between one-of-a-kind and traditional craft objects. She deals extensively with key people and events, including American philanthropist Aileen Osborn Webb and Canadian philanthropist Joan Chalmers, the foundation of the World Crafts Council (1964) and the Canadian Crafts Council (1974), the Canadian Fine Crafts exhibition at Expo 67, and the In Praise of Hands exhibition of 1974.