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Oral History in the Visual Arts

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Oral History in the Visual Arts

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Linda Sandino



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Bloomsbury Publishers U.K.

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Oral History in the Visual Arts

Introduction: Oral History in and about Art, Craft and Design - Linda Sandino, V&A/CCW Graduate School, University of the Arts London, UK

Part One: Arts Practices
The Body Event: Voice and Recorded Histories in the Creation of a Sound Installation Based on the Ideas of the Work of Artist John Latham - David Toop, sound artist and writer, UK

De Mudder Tongue: Oral History Work as an Arts Practice - Michael Mcmillan, artist, writer and curator, UK

Private Voices and Public Places: Using Oral Histories in Site-specific Text-based Art - Bettina Furnée, artist and Ian Horton, University of the Arts London, UK

Chronicle from the Field - Alexandra Handal, artist, UK

History in the Making; the Use of Talk in Inter-disciplinary Collaborative Craft Practice - David Gates, , furniture maker, UK

Part Two: Histories
On Quality: Curators at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, (1935-2010) - Richard Cándida Smith, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Voices in Art History - Liz Bruchet, Association of Art Historians, UK

Speaking of Craft: The Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America - Liza Kirwin, Smithsonian's Archives of American Art, USA

The Museum as a Work of Art: Interviewing Museum Architects, Engineers, and Builders - Anne Ritchie, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., USA

Oral History Work with Tibetan and Nepalese Metalworkers, (1986-1991) - John Clarke, Victoria & Albert Museum, UK

The Death of Small Things: The Cork Craftsman's Guild (1973-1984) - Eleanor Flegg, freelance writer and broadcaster, Ireland

Part Three: Identities
The Craft of Conversation: Oral History and Lesbian Feminist Art Practice - Ann Cvetkovich, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Crafty Chats or Whose Craft is It Anyway? Domestic Discourse and Making Marginality Matter - Jo Turney, Bath Spa University, UK

Feedsack Fashion in Rural Appalachia: a Social History of Women's Experiences in Ashe County, North Carolina, (1929-1956) - Natalya Buckel, independentscholar, USA

Covering Up - Claire Wilcox, Victoria & Albert Museum, UK

From Punk to the Hijab: Women's Embodied Dress as Performative Resistance, 1970s to the Present - Shehnaz Suterwalla, Royal College of Art, UK

Becoming an Artist: Life Histories and Visual Images - Maria Tamboukou, University of East London, UK and Gali Weiss, artist, Melbourne, Australia

Narratives in Practice: the Small and Big Stories of Design - Arlene Oak, University of Alberta, Canada

Conclusion: Oral History and Research Ethics in the Visual Arts: Current and Future Challenges - Matthew Partington, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

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