Situating Pacific Barkcloth Production in Time & Place

Situating Pacific Barkcloth Production in Time & Place A three-year research project (2016-2018) that aims to transform our understanding of Pacific barkcloth (tapa), its manufacture, history and conservation.

Situating Pacific Barkcloth Production in Time & Place is a three-year research project that aims to transform our understanding of Pacific barkcloth manufacture. A multidisciplinary approach lies at the heart of the project, combining the investigation of artefact provenance, style and historical context; the application of cutting-edge analytical techniques for the study of materials and manufac

Situating Pacific Barkcloth Production in Time & Place is a three-year research project that aims to transform our understanding of Pacific barkcloth manufacture. A multidisciplinary approach lies at the heart of the project, combining the investigation of artefact provenance, style and historical context; the application of cutting-edge analytical techniques for the study of materials and manufac

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Centre For Textile Conservation & Technical Art History, University Of Glasgow, Robertson Building, Dumbarton Road
Glasgow
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