Crafts Council UK
Crafts Council has produced a high quality monthly
publication that presents a balanced and broad
view of the world of contemporary crafts and
From the Publisher
The Crafts Council is the UKs national organisation
for the promotion of contemporary crafts. Established
in 1971, the Crafts Council are an independent body
funded by the Arts Council of England, responsible
for promoting fine craftsmanship, encouraging high
standards and increasing public awareness of contemporary
crafts and applied arts.
Crafts is the only British magazine to cover all
craft forms, from studio work to public commissions,
from modern experimental work to traditional and
historic designs. It is committed to excellent quality
in both the work it covers and the coverage itself.
Published on alternate months, Crafts is lavishly
illustrated to a standard it is just not possible
to show over the Net. The current issue contents
list give some idea of the breadth of coverage,
but you need to try the no-risk subscription offer
to have a proper look at the magazine.
The Crafts Council, UK
The Craft Council's magazine is a celebration of
the world of crafts and applied arts. You'll find
well written articles about current trends, features
on practising artists and craftspeople, and thought
provoking comment and analysis.
One of the qualities we like a lot about Crafts
magazine is the broad coverage it gives to world
craft. Many art magazines seriously limit their
by restricting their content focuses to Western
art forms. Crafts has a far more enlightened, and
ultimately more enriching remit that presents work
from across the globe.
In common with most high quality culture magazines,
Crafts is produced on premium quality paper and
presented in a beautifully designed and clear format.
For those that wish to keep informed about the world
of ceramics, applied arts, and crafts in general,
you'll be hard pushed to find a better publication.
Crafts magazine receives our 5 star award for consistent
quality and valuable content.
Review by Mike de Sousa, Director, AbleStable,
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