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  • Altering a fixed identity: thinking through improvisation. 

    Douglas, Anne (University of Guelph https://doi.org/10.21083/csieci.v8i2.2122, 2012)
    DOUGLAS, A., 2012. Altering a fixed identity: thinking through improvisation. Critical Studies in Improvisation. [online] 8 (2). Available from: http://www.criticalimprov.com/issue/view/158 [Accessed 18 August 2014]
    "Replacing artist with player as if adopting an alias is a way of altering a fixed identity. And a changed identity is a principle of mobility, of going from one place to another…" (Kaprow, Essays on the Blurring of Art ...
  • Beyond the creative industries. 

    MacDonald, Stuart (Intellect. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/eta.9.3.293_1, 2013-10)
    MACDONALD, S., 2013. Beyond the creative industries. International Journal of Education Through Art, 9 (3), pp. 293-310.
    Although Creative Industries as engines of post-industrial economies have assumed an increasing global priority with implications for art education at all levels few studies exist. Nomenclature here is contested, especially ...
  • 'The cabinet of Edgar Allan Poe': towards a feminist remodelling of (meta)history. 

    Kokoli, Alexandra M. (Gulshan Taneja., 2002-03)
    KOKOLI, A. M., 2002. ‘The cabinet of Edgar Allan Poe’: towards a feminist remodelling of (meta)history. In-between: Essays & Studies in Literary Criticism, 11 (1), pp. 55-70.
  • 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.
  • Contesting agendas of participation in the arts. 

    Price, Jonathan (Intellect http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/jaac.7.1-2.17_1, 2015-06-01)
    PRICE, J., 2015. Contesting agendas of participation in the arts. Journal of Arts and Communities, 7 (1-2), pp. 17-31.
    Forms of participatory practice have become ever more widely employed across the arts in recent years, operating across various institutional settings and social contexts. It is misleading, however, to assume that a single ...
  • Conversational mapping: revaluing the social aspects of art. 

    Gausden, Caroline; Smith, Helen (Hyperrhiz http://hyperrhiz.io/hyperrhiz12/conversing-with-maps/3-gausden-smith-conversational-mapping.html, 2015-08)
    GAUSDEN, C. and SMITH, H. 2015. Conversational mapping: revaluing the social aspects of art. Hyperrhiz: new media cultures [online], 12. Available from: http://hyperrhiz.io/hyperrhiz12/conversing-with-maps/3-gausden-smith-conversational-mapping.html
    This submission, part audio, part text continues a dialogue between artist Helen Smith and critical theorist Caroline Gausden delivered at the 2014 Mapping Culture Conference in Coimbra, which compared two distinct geographies ...
  • 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 ...
  • Designing transformations: schools of excellence. 

    Fairburn, Susan Marie (Elsevier. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.actaastro.2011.07.006, 2011-12)
    FAIRBURN, S. M., 2011. Designing transformations: schools of excellence. Acta Astronautica, 69 (11-12), pp. 1132-1142.
    For over 50 years, including some form of Space education in school curriculum has become an established approach for inspiring young minds to study the sciences and pursue science-based careers. Space camps and schools ...
  • Drawing paper 8. 

    Douglas, Anne; Genever, Kate; Ravetz, Amanda (MIKE'S STUDIO http://www.mikesstudio.co.uk/project/drawing-paper-8/, 2015-06-01)
    DOUGLAS, A., GENEVER, K. and RAVETZ, A. (eds.) 2015. Drawing paper 8. Liverpool: Mike's Studio [online]. Available from: http://www.mikesstudio.co.uk/project/drawing-paper-8/
    Drawing Paper, the free newspaper based gallery concerned with contemporary drawing practice returns. Our 8th issue was curated and produced in collaboration with Anne Douglas, Kate Genever and Amanda Ravetz.
  • Effective approaches for innovation support for SMEs. 

    Malins, Julian Paul; Gulari, Melehat Nil (Linkoping University Electronic Press http://www.svid.se/sv/Forskning/Design-Research-Journal/Forskningsartiklar/Forskningsartiklar-2013/Effective-Approaches-For-Innovation-Support-For-Smes/, 2013)
    MALINS, J. and GULARI, M. N., 2013. Effective approaches for innovation support for SMEs. Swedish Design Research Journal, 2.13, pp. 32-39.
    Providing appropriate innovation support to small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) is an on-going challenge. Governments offer a range of initiatives from advice, to research and development grants; however, the ...
  • The Environing Air: A meditation on communications structures in natural environments. 

    Spark, Judy (University of Windsor, Canada. http://www.phaenex.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/phaenex/article/view/3908/3094, 2013)
    SPARK, J., 2013. The Environing Air: A meditation on communications structures in natural environments. PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture, 8 (1), pp. 185-207.
    Any attention paid to the positioning of telecommunications installations in natural landscapes usually relates to the aesthetic impact. However, such paraphernalia, particularly when contrasted with “natural” surroundings, ...
  • Evaluating GraysNet: an online PDP tool for use in an art and design context. 

    Malins, Julian Paul; McKillop, Chris (Intellect http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/adch.4.1.31/1, 2005-09)
    MALINS, J. and McKILLOP, C., 2005. Evaluating GraysNet: an online PDP tool for use in an art and design context. Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, 4 (1), pp. 31-48.
    Personal development planning (PDP) is a phrase that encompasses a number of activities including reflecting on learning, recording of achievement and career planning. Embedding these activities is a goal widely shared ...
  • Experiential knowledge and improvisation: variations on movement, motion, emotion. 

    Douglas, Anne; Coessens, Kathleen (Intellect. https://doi.org/10.1386/adch.10.2.179_1, 2012-10-26)
    DOUGLAS, A. and COESSENS, K. 2012. Experiential knowledge and improvisation: variations on movement, motion, emotion. Art, design and communication in higher education [online], 10(2), pages 179-198. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1386/adch.10.2.179_1
    In this paper we position improvisation as a way of knowing that is experiential, pivotal to the body’s movement and growth in the world. Improvisation allows us to manage the constraints and freedoms of a world rich in ...
  • How can a box become a garment. 

    Hardingham, Laura A. (Taylor and Francis https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17543266.2016.1167254, 2016-03-30)
    HARDINGHAM, L.A. 2016. How can a box become a garment. International journal of fashion design, technology and education [online], 9(2), pages 97-105. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17543266.2016.1167254
    This paper analyses the pedagogy connecting fashion students' understanding of pattern making and garment construction through the project 'how can a box become a garment', implemented as an alternative novel approach for ...
  • How images actually work: settling a longstanding debate. 

    Hamlyn, Jim (COMMON GROUND RESEARCH NETWORKS https://doi.org/10.18848/2154-8560/CGP/v07i01/13-21, 2016-01-08)
    HAMLYN, J. 2016. How images actually work: settling a longstanding debate. The international journal of the image [online], 7(1), pages 13-21. Available from: https://doi.org/10.18848/2154-8560/CGP/v07i01/13-21
    As a cultural innovation, image-making is perhaps one of our most enduring forms of new media. The many technical developments necessary for the production of convincing images have emerged over the last 40,000 years, yet ...
  • Innovation by design: a programme to support SMEs 

    Malins, Julian Paul (SVID, 2011)
    MALINS, J. P., 2011. Innovation by design: a programme to support SMEs. Swedish Design Research Journal, 2.11, pp. 25-31.
    Small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs)1 are generally clear on the need for innovation; however they are very often less clear on how innovation can be achieved. One possible reason for this may be because of a lack ...
  • Metaphors in design: how we think of design expertise. 

    Gulari, Melehat Nil (Athabasca University Press http://jrp.icaap.org/index.php/jrp/article/view/485/423, 2015-12)
    GULARI, M.N., 2015. Metaphors in design: How we think of design expertise. Journal of Research Practice, Vol. 11 (2), Article M8.
    GULARI, M.N., 2015. Metaphors in design: How we think of design expertise. Journal of Research Practice, Vol. 11 (2), Article M8.
  • Movement and moment: in-between discreteness and continuity. 

    Douglas, Anne; Coessens, Kathleen (Edinburgh University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/soma.2014.0117, 2014-03)
    DOUGLAS, A. and COESSENS, K. 2014. Movement and moment: in-between discreteness and continuity. Somatechnics [online], 4(1), pages 149-167. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3366/soma.2014.0117.
    This paper explores a paradox. We breathe in, and then out. We walk by making paces, alternating left and right feet. Walking and breathing are made up of discrete intervals of space and time, involuntary actions of the ...