Joint authored Alice Kettle, Amanda Ravetz (MMU), Helen Felcey (MMU), pub June 2013 Berg ISBN 9780857853912 hardback; 9780857853929 paperback

PART I: EXPERIENCING COLLABORATION THROUGH CRAFT

Alice Kettle, Helen Felcey and Amanda Ravetz

1. Collaboration: A Creative Journey or a Means to an End?

Lesley Millar

2. Moving Things around . . . Collaboration and Dynamic Change
Helen Carnac
3. Triangulation: Working towards a Practice of Collaboration
David Gates, Alice Kettle and Jane Webb
4. The Creation of a Collective Voice 59
Brass Art: Chara Lewis, Kristin Mojsiewicz and Anneké Pettican
PART II: THE GENERATIVE POWER OF CRAFT
Helen Felcey, Alice Kettle and Amanda Ravetz
5. Catalytic Clothing and Tactility Factory:
Crafted Collaborative Connections
Trish Belford
6. The Aesthetic of Waste: Exploring the Creative Potential
of Recycled Ceramic Waste
David Binns
7. Designing Collaboration: Evoking Dr Johnson through Craft
and Interdisciplinarity
Jason Cleverly and Tim Shear
8. sKINship: An Exchange of Material Understanding between
Plastic Surgery and Pattern Cutting
Rhian Solomon
PART III: INSTITUTIONAL COLLABORATIONS
Helen Felcey, Alice Kettle and Amanda Ravetz
9. Department 21: The Craft of Discomfort
Stephen Knott
10. Skills in the Making
Simon Taylor and Rachel Payne
11. Project Dialogue: Promoting a Transdisciplinary Approach to
Postgraduate Arts Pedagogy
Barbara Hawkins and Brett Wilson
12. A Question of Value: Rethinking the Mary Greg Collection
Sharon Blakey and Liz Mitchell
PART IV: COLLABORATION IN AN EMERGING WORLD:
ANOTHER WAY OF BEING?
Alice Kettle, Helen Felcey and Amanda Ravetz
13. Expanded Battlefields: Craft as a Different Sort of Reenactment
Allison Smith
14. Crafts and the Contemporary in South Asia—
A Collaborative Journey
Barney Hare Duke and Jeremy Theophilus
15. Circling Back into That Thing We Cast Forward:
A Closing Read on Gestures of Resistance
Judith Leemann and Shannon Stratton
16. Expanded Craft, Dispersed Creativity: A South Asian Residency
Cj O’Neill and Amanda Ravetz
EPILOGUE
A Response: The Limits of Collaboration; 
Glenn Adamson

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