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AGENDA 07 | What to see, read and collect

PERSPECTIVES 20 | On reflection: Jo Cope

The artist uses fashion to ask questions 23 | Opinion

Museums should be fullbody experiences, says Gus Casely-Hayford 24 | New talent

Camilla Hanney’s porcelain sculptures subvert female stereotypes 27 | Opinion

Mah Rana on craft and care 28 | The commission

Soothing ceramics at an Edinburgh hospital 31 | Crafts Council

Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings on breaking down barriers 98 | In praise of…

Potter Jim McDowell’s homage to Edgefield face jugs

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Clockwise from above: Anne Lemanski, Tigris T-1, 2018, from Crafting America; detail of Jacob van der Beugel’s Concrete Cancer; Daisy Collingridge, Clive Yoga

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REVIEWS 76 | Political craft, spotlight on textiles, app-based making IN FOCUS 36 | Under the microscope

Jacob van der Beugel’s cellular concrete and clay artworks explore what it means to be human, says Jon Day 46 | Threads of life

More than a raw material, hair is a symbol of how we’re connected. Ruth Terry reports connected. Ruth Terry reports 52 | Out on a limb

Sophie de Oliveira Barata’s sculptural prosthetics reflect their wearers’ personalities. Debika Ray finds out more 60 | Conversation pieces

The artists shifting perceptions about our minds and bodies 70 | Objects of desire

Isabella Smith meets makers giving sex toys more soul CAREERS IN CRAFT 90 | Second lives

The artists who followed their creative passion 94 | Building a brand

Three craft businesses on how to make your mark

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