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  • Breaking moulds: Brian Glassar. 

    Peach, Andrea (Scottish Gallery., 2002-03)
    PEACH, A., 2002. Breaking moulds: Brian Glassar. Catalogue of an exhibition at the Scottish Gallery. Edinburgh: Scottish Gallery.
  • Contemporary craft and cultural sustainability: a case study of the Scottish Craft Centre (1970-1990). 

    Peach, Andrea (Plymouth College of Art http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/2013/journal-home/journal-2013/, 2013-12-31)
    PEACH, A. 2013. Contemporary craft and cultural sustainability: a case study of the Scottish Craft Centre (1970-1990). Making futures [online], 3: proceedings of the 3rd international conference: interfaces between craft knowledge and design; new opportunities for social innovation and sustainable practice, 26-27 September 2013, Devon, UK, pages 524-529. Available from: http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/media/76106/making-futures-final.pdf
    1970-1990 was a period of renaissance for the crafts in the UK and North America. The creation of national organisations and infrastructures to support craft, and define its identity, played a crucial role. It is often ...
  • Contemporary craft and the commodification of national identity in 1970s Scotland: what can be learned from cultural policy? 

    Peach, Andrea (Plymouth College of Art http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/2011/journal-home/journal-2011/papers/?id=10076, 2011-12-31)
    PEACH, A. 2011. Contemporary craft and the commodification of national identity in 1970s Scotland: what can be learned from cultural policy? Making futures [online], 2: proceedings of the 2nd international conference: the crafts as change maker in sustainably aware cultures, 15-16 September 2011, Devon, UK, pages 230-239. Available from: http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/media/75860/peach_andrea.pdf
    Scotland benefits from a long and rich cultural heritage, which is readily associated with its material culture (Butler 2000). This heritage has, in the latter half of the twentieth century, provided economic opportunities ...
  • Contemporary Craft Series, Tanya Harrod and RoseLee Goldberg; Contemporary Craft Series, Alison Britton and Katherine Swift; Contemporary Craft Series, Richard Hill and Martina Margetts; Contemporary Craft Series, Garth Clark and Cathy Courtney; Contemporary Craft Series, Diane Sheehan and Susan Tebby. 

    Peach, Andrea (Oxford University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epi025, 2005)
    PEACH, A., 2005. Contemporary Craft Series, Tanya Harrod and RoseLee Goldberg; Contemporary Craft Series, Alison Britton and Katherine Swift; Contemporary Craft Series, Richard Hill and Martina Margetts; Contemporary Craft Series, Garth Clark and Cathy Courtney; Contemporary Craft Series, Diane Sheehan and Susan Tebby. Journal of Design History, 18 (2), pp. 207-211.
  • Craft, souvenirs and the commodification of national identity in 1970s Scotland. 

    Peach, Andrea (Oxford University Press http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epm015, 2007-09)
    PEACH, A., 2007. Craft, souvenirs and the commodification of national identity in 1970s Scotland. Journal of Design History, 20 (3), pp. 243-257
    This article explores the relationship between craft, national identity and the souvenir in 1970 Scotland. Britain experienced a revival of craft practice generally in 1970s’ Scotland, but this paper argues that what ...
  • Crafting revivals? An investigation into the craft revival of the 1970's: can contemporary comparisons by drawn? 

    Peach, Andrea (Edinburgh Research Explorer http://www.research.ed.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/ideas-of-the-handmade%2875b386d9-283d-4dae-b396-75c66d98aac0%29.html, 2012-04-20)
    PEACH, A. 2012. Crafting revivals? An investigation into the craft revival of the 1970's: can contemporary comparisons by drawn? In MacDonald, J. and Rossi, C. Ideas of the handmade: histories and theories of making, 20 April 2012, Edinburgh, UK. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Research Explorer [online], pages 46-56. Available from: http://www.research.ed.ac.uk/portal/files/10770782/final_craftscotland1_1_.pdf
    This paper originates from PhD research which I am currently undertaking on craft in the 1970s, a time which craft historians and theorists generally acknowledge as one of revival and reinvention of craft practice across ...
  • Highland romance or Viking saga? The contradictory branding of Orkney Tweed in the twentieth century. 

    Pedersen, Sarah; Peach, Andrea (OUP https://doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epy046, 2018-12-14)
    PEDERSEN, S. and PEACH, A. 2018. Highland romance or Viking saga? The contradictory branding of Orkney Tweed in the twentieth century. Journal of design history [online], Advance articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epy046
    Few have heard of Orkney tweed today, but in the mid-twentieth century it was as well known as Harris Tweed, and praised for its soft and light characteristics. This article investigates the rise and fall of Orkney tweed ...
  • The invention of craft: Glenn Adamson. 

    Peach, Andrea (Taylor and Francis https://doi.org/10.2752/174967814X13990281228684, 2014-07-31)
    PEACH, A. 2014. The invention of craft Glenn Adamson. Journal of modern craft [online], 7(2), pages 233-235. Available from: https://doi.org/10.2752/174967814X13990281228684
    This is a book review by the author on Adamson, Glen. 2013. The Invention of Craft. London: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9780857850669.
  • The making of modern Scottish craft: revival and invention in 1970s Scotland. 

    Peach, Andrea (Robert Gordon University Gray's School of Art, 2017-08-01)
    PEACH, A. 2017. The making of modern Scottish craft: revival and invention in 1970s Scotland. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.
    The 1970s were a period of renaissance for the crafts in Britain, often referred to as a craft revival. The creation of national organisations and infrastructures to support craft, and define its identity, played a crucial ...
  • Reinterpreting the craft object. 

    Peach, Andrea; Rew, Christine (Edinburgh College of Art., 2002-11)
    PEACH, A. and REW, C., 2002. Reinterpreting the craft object. In: Craft in the Twenty-First Century: Theorising Change and Practice. 15-17 November 2002. Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of Art, Centre for Visual and Cultural Studies.
    How does an art gallery make its collection more accessible and meaningful to students of design and craft today? How can today’s students be persuaded that galleries are not simply places ‘full of old stuff’, but instead ...
  • Small pieces of Scotland? Souvenirs and the good design debate 1946-80. 

    Kinchin, Juliet; Peach, Andrea (Scottish Society for Art History https://ssahistory.wordpress.com/previous-journals/, 2002-12-31)
    KINCHIN, J. and PEACH, A. 2002. Small pieces of Scotland? Souvenirs and the good design debate 1946-80. Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History, 7, pages 23-30.
    For those agencies concerned with the promotion of design and craft in post-war Scotland, and with the development of tourism more generally, souvenirs proved a source of constant anxiety and embarrassment. There were ...
  • Souvenirs and the commodification of Scottish national identity. 

    Peach, Andrea (Leeds Metropolitan University (Organisers), 2007-07-19)
    PEACH, A. 2007. Souvenirs and the commodification of Scottish national identity. Presented at the 5th International research conference: things that move; the material worlds of tourism and travel, 19-23 July 2007, Leeds, UK.
    This paper will examine the commodification of Scottish craft to satisfy the demands of tourism, and ultimately the problematic outcome of the consumption of craft objects as souvenirs. Using as primary source material the ...
  • Thinking through craft. 

    Peach, Andrea (Oxford University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epn044, 2009-03)
    PEACH, A., 2009. Thinking through craft. Journal of Design History, 22 (1), pp. 82-84.
  • Thinking through craft. 

    Peach, Andrea (OUP https://doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epn044, 2009-03-01)
    PEACH, A. 2009. Thinking through craft. Journal of design history [online], 22(1), pages 82-84. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epn044
  • What goes around comes around? Craft revival, the 1970s and today. 

    Peach, Andrea (Intellect https://doi.org/10.1386/crre.4.2.161_1, 2013-10-01)
    PEACH, A. 2013. What goes around comes around? Craft revival, the 1970s and today. Craft research [online], 4(2), pages 161-179. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1386/crre.4.2.161_1
    This article critically reviews the concept of ‘revival’ in relation to making in contemporary culture. The 1970s are a period, which craft historians and theorists generally acknowledge as one of revival and reinvention ...