Made in Canada: Craft and Design in the Sixties

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The red maple leaf is the quintessential symbol of Canada and the flag that popularized it throughout the world was designed in the 1960s as a result of government legislation aimed at creating a vital, new Canadian national identity through objects, events, and building projects. Made in Canada looks at the development of Canadian craft, design, and culture through ambitious government programs meant to reinforce the country's identity as a modern, sophisticated, and autonomous nation. As well, it documents the demise of a ...

Made in Canada: Craft and Design in the Sixties 2005, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773528734

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