This page gives you links to web-sites which may be of interest. However, it is not intended as a detailed links resource.

Link to the web-site of the V&A Museum's crafts pages
The V&A now has a dedicated series of pages relating to contemporary crafts.
Link to the web-site of the e-journal 'Interpreting Ceramics'

NEVAC staff worked with colleagues from the University of Wales at Cardiff and Aberystwyth to set up the world's 1st free, academic journal for ceramics. Issue 8 went online in December 2006. (

The Crafts Council in London. (
The Crafts Study centre

The Crafts Study Centre at The University College for the Creative Arts, is a new museum for the crafts, set in one of Europe's largest specialist colleges of art and design. The web-site includes a computer animated tour of the new building.

Craftspace is Craftspace is a crafts development organisation which has a programme of touring exhibitions, research and participatory projects.
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen at Bovey Tracey is the largest contemporary crafts centre in South West England.

The British Library's National Sound Archive includes the National Life Story Collection. A year long project begins in May 2004 - 'Craft Lives', which will undertake 40 sound interviews with significant craftspeople. (

Ceramic Review is Britain's foremost journal for potters/ceramists. It has an excellent links page to other ceramics and arts web-sites.

Link to the Ceramic Archive at the university of Wales, Aberystwyth

The Ceramic Collection and Archive at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, (

Link to York Museums Trust website

York Museums Trust. NEVAC made three videos for the YMT in 2005 as part of their 3 centre 'Celebrating Ceramics' project.

Links to the web-site fo the Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead.

The Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead. Over the last 25 years the venue has become established as a national centre for contemporary craft and has built up one of the best collections outside London.
Link to NEVAC's report on the AHRB funded usability study of the archive
The report on an Arts and Humanities Research Board, (AHRB), funded usability study of NEVAC.

The etc applied arts group at the University of the West of England, Bristol. NEVAC's Matthew Partington is a member of the group.