Co published with VA

The V&A is a family of museums dedicated to the power of creativity. Our mission is to champion design and creativity in all its forms, advance cultural knowledge, and inspire makers, creators and innovators everywhere. We share a 5,000-year-old story of creativity through exhibitions, events, educational programmes, digital experiences, conservation, research, and an ever-evolving national collection of over 2.8m objects spanning every creative discipline.

The V&A/UCL Press titles aim to share new, high-quality research relating to the V&A’s collections and practices, and to ensure that this research reaches as wide a global readership as possible through open access. While the research draws directly on V&A projects, each V&A/UCL Press title offers a critical reflection on issues of wider relevance to the cultural and heritage sector and to academic disciplines ranging from art history to museum studies to education.

Created as a new kind of museum in the 1850s and establishing a model that would be taken up around the world, the V&A is regularly the subject of museological study. Books in the V&A/UCL Press series bring new perspectives to this field by combining external contributors with rigorous, critical perspectives from practitioners within the institution.
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