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A former Spode Factory worker painting china for Neil Brownsword’s performative work, Places and Practices, which takes place in the former Spode factory during the British Ceramics Biennial 2017. Photo Joel Fildes

A former Spode Factory worker painting china for Neil Brownsword’s performative work, Places and Practices, which takes place in the former Spode factory during the British Ceramics Biennial 2017. Photo Joel Fildes

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2017

A ceramics production line in Tate Modern: Clare Twomey’s FACTORY
The British Ceramics Biennial: CR’s highlights

Review – Reflections on clay: AJ Stockwell, In the Guise of a Rock
Kitchenalia in clay: CR meets Jessica Thorn
Ruthanne Tudball: Throwing on Hans Coper’s wheel
Ones to watch: New Designers 2017
Highlights of Ceramic Art London 2017: CR’s top picks

The Great Pottery Throw Down final: All hail the winning potter!
Life after The Great Pottery Throw Down: we speak to previous winner Matthew Wilcock
The latest Throw Down departures: Elaine, Nam and Cáit
Curious about Keith? Find out more about Throw Down judge Keith Brymer Jones
Behind the scenes with Rich Miller: The Great Pottery Throw Down
The Throw Down experience: We hear from three participating potters
Clay in the community: The Canterbury Throw Down
The Great Pottery Throw Down: 
Thoughts on throwing from Kevin Millward, Throw Down‘s Pottery Consultant

Collect
2017: Ceramic Review’s top picks

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Collection of vitrified porcelain bottles by Jessica Thorn. Photo Jessica Thorn

Collection of vitrified porcelain bottles by Jessica Thorn, who discusses her ceramics here. Photo Jessica Thorn

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2016
Reimagining the Portland Vase: Chris Wight’s Portland Arcana
One very special Coper pot
Drawing from Bosch: Samantha McNamara at h-EARTH
Storytelling in clay: CR meets Polly Fern
Ceramics at market: ones to watch
Fine design: CRAFT at Top Drawer this autumn
One for the weekend: Ceramic Art York 2016
From the shoreline: today’s mudlarking ceramists
Heading to Bovey Tracey: CR’s top picks
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition: highlights in clay
Kate Malone: Inspired by Waddesdon
Online potters: Hannah McAndrew & Doug Fitch
Fresh talent: the Carter Preston Prize shortlist
The haphazard physical: CR meets ceramic artist Tessa Eastman
One special commission: CR meets Krystyna Sargent
From the earth: CR meets Atelier NL
In the detail: Ceramic Art London 2016
CR meets: Amanda Tong & Tilly Hemingway
CR spots: Top Drawer 2016
Where will you be on 27 January?
Ceramics in 2016
One for the weekend: Hey Clay!

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An early large stoneware globular pot by Hans Coper. Photo Studio Ceramics Consultant Jason Wood, who tells its story

An early large stoneware globular pot by Hans Coper. Photo Studio Ceramics Consultant Jason Wood, who tells its story here

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2015

The Great Pottery Throw Down 2015

CR meets: GPTD’s Tom Knowles Jackson
CR meets: GPTD’s  Jim Ranson
CR meets: GPTD’s Sally-Jo Bond
CR meets: GPTD winner Matthew Wilcock
Middleport Pottery
Ep. 1: One to watch
Ep. 2: Out on the tiles
Ep. 3: When sparks fly
Ep. 4: Sculpting for victory
Ep. 5: Hanging by a thread
Ep. 6: Tough stuff

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A slipware jug by Doug Fitch & Hannah McAndrew, who discuss their pottery and online presence here. Photo Shannon Tofts

A slipware jug by Doug Fitch & Hannah McAndrew, who discuss their pottery and online presence in this blog post. Photo Shannon Tofts

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350 pieces of dazzling studio pottery
The British Ceramics Biennial 2015
Re-apprenticed at the British Ceramics Biennial
The strange & continual: Sam Bakewell’s Imagination Dead Imagine
The potter from the Nile: Siddig El’Nigoumi
Tom Kerridge champions ceramics
London’s wallpaper: Barnaby Barford at the V&A
Destruction, censorship and surveillance: Ai Weiwei at the RA
CR reviews: Makers of East London
On the London Design Week trail

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