Ndidi Ekubia, Richard Slee, Clare Twomey, Carol McNicoll, Stephen Jones, Caroline Broadhead

Recording the Crafts
is the new name for NEVAC - The National Electronic and Video Archive of the Crafts. Having been founded in 1992 the new name more accurately describes what it is we do.

Recording the Crafts is based at the School of Creative Arts at the University of the West of England, Bristol and gathers materials which will act as a resource for those researching the nature of the crafts. These materials are usually in the form of digital video and sound recordings of people who have been intimately associated with the development of the crafts in Britain.

There are currently 293 hours of interviews with 136 people, (including ceramists, textile artists, wood-workers, glass artists, enamel artists and curators).

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