This page provides links to articles written about Recording the Crafts material.

Click here to read an article by Matthew Partington which outlines the history and status of NEVAC, (at date of publication). The article first appeared in the Journal of Design History, vol.13, no.2, Summer 2000, pp.151-159. It is reproduced by kind permission of the Oxford University Press and the Design History Society. Written 2000.

An article by Matthew, Ray Finch and Functional, can be seen on the Interpreting Ceramics web-site, an international, refereed, electronic journal. Interpreting Ceramics is a collaborative venture set up jointly by Recording the Crafts and colleagues at the University of Wales, Cardiff and the University of Wales, Aberstwyth. Written 2000.

An article by Matthew, 'Some Reflections on Michael Cardew (1901-1983) from the National Electronic and Video Archive of the Crafts (NEVAC)' can be seen on the Interpreting Ceramics web-site at Written 2001.

An online undergraduate module written by Matthew as part of the JISC funded project 'Designing Britain: the visual experience of post-war society'. 'Oral testimony and the interpretation of the crafts' can be found online Written 2002.