Crafts Issue No. 221 November/December 2009

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  • Caroline Roux travels to Nymphenburg in Bavaria to investigate how the ancient porcelain company has kept up with the times, and hears some grand plans for the future.
  • Emma Love meets some of the makers of the film Coraline, and they explain how handcraft still has a place in a world dominated by digital technology.
  • Lesley Jackson thinks it's time for a reassessment of textile designer Shirley Craven.
  • Tim Parsons writes about the value of craft, appealing for 'those in a position to fight on craft's behalf in the corridors of power'.

 

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