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Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary ceramic art and craft, and is read worldwide. Combining both practical and theoretical features, while presenting the latest news and views on ceramics internationally, it is an invaluable resource for ceramic artists, potters, collectors, curators, students, and anyone with a passion for and interest in ceramics.

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Student at Thomastown, Kilkenny. Photo Design and Crafts Council of Ireland
Ceramics qualifications – the options

Ceramics qualifications – the options

What are the higher education options available for those wishing to further their career as a maker? We explore some of the courses on offer.

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen - Nøkkerosen. Photo Sylvain Deleu
Folkloric fantasies

Folkloric fantasies

We learn more about cover star Malene Hartmann Rasmussen, who creates ceramic sculptures inspired by science fiction and fairy tales.

Work by Angus Suttie. Photo Dewi Tannatt Lloyd
Review: Angus Suttie

Review: Angus Suttie

We visit a retrospective at the Ruthin Craft Centre in Wales that puts irreverent ceramics by the late potter Angus Suttie in the spotlight.

Plates by Sue Paraskeva. Photo Tanya Goodwin
 Ask the experts

Ask the experts

How do you make sure your tableware is food-safe – and doesn’t break the law? A glaze technology tutor answers a readers’ question.

Top shows

Timeless Secrets: Ceramic Artists in Their Own Words
25 April – 14 July
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, Swindon

Angus Suttie 1946 – 1993
14 April – 15 July
Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales

Warren MacKenzie and Randy Johnston: Two Great American Potters
23 June – 23 July
Goldmark, Uppingham, Rutland

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