One. Beyond the Collection: The V&A and Ceramics in the Expanded Field – Alun Graves, Curator of Ceramics and Glass Collections at the V&A (2012)

Two. Museum, the Artist, and ‘Intervention’ – James Putnam, Independent Curator and writer (2012)

Three. Unease at the Museum: The Story of an Artistic Contribution that a Museum Did Not Appreciate – Professor Dr. Jorunn Veiteberg, Professor of Curatorial Studies and Craft Curator (2012)

Four. Are You Land or Water? Love Notes to Buddhas – Linda Sormin, Professor of Ceramics at Sheridan Institute, Canada (2012)

Five. Intervention, Interaction, and the Will to Preserve – Glen R. Brown, PhD, Professor of Art History and Associate Head of the Art Department at Kansas State University (2012)

Six. When Forms Become Attitude: A Consideration of the Adoption by an Artist of Ceramic Display as Narrative Device and Symbolic Landscape – Mike Tooby, Independent curator/ researcher and Professor of Art and Design, Bath School of Art & Design, Bath Spa University (2012)

Seven. An Island AsidePhoebe Cummings, artist and researcher (2012)

Eight. Of Plate and Place – Prof. Simon Olding, Director of the Crafts Study Centre.

Nine. Where What’s Done Comes Undone (Is a Museum) – Ezra Shales, art historian, curator and artist

Ten. A Glass That You Cannot Drink From? Looking at Ceramics in Museums – Amanda Game, independent curator, producer and writer in the field of contemporary applied art and design

Eleven. Fragments and Narratives: Reflections on a Residency at the V&A – Stephen Dixon, ceramic artist and Professor of Contemporary Crafts at Manchester School of Art.

Twelve. Unwitting Actors – Jeanne Quinn, artist and Associate Professor of Studio Art at the University of Colorado.

Thirteen. Disturbance in the Museum – Laura Breen, PhD researcher at the University of Westminster

Fourteen. Casting About: Re-researching Through Drawing Practice – Christie Brown, artist and Emerita Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster, London.