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Tricia Thom takes us step-by-step through the processes she uses to throw and join a porcelain moon jar, which she makes in two halves and joins
American-based Akira Satake tells Jane Audas about how his background in music and Japanese roots have influenced his work
Inga Walton visits a major exhibition in New South Wales, Australia, that reviews the progression of ceramics on the continent over the past 70 years
Ceramicist and fashion designer Lola Mayeras tells us about the influences behind the creation of her whimsical clay universe
Emma Lacey produces timeless and durable ceramic wares. She spoke to Annie Le Santo about her creative journey and the importance of longevity
John Dawson takes us through the techniques and processes he uses to make an agate ware bottle in three pieces
A unique exhibition exploring the history of Scotland’s industrial potteries will be held this summer. Ruth Impey reveals the inspiration and thinking behind the curation of '50 Pots'
Andre Hess discusses Angela Verdon’s process of creating ‘technical miracles’ in bone china – unique abstract sculptures that make you want to stop, touch and discover more
Ceramicist Ali Tomlin shares the processes and techniques she uses to throw and decorate one of her functional wash basins
Daniel Boyle takes us through the processes and techniques he uses to throw, ash glaze and salt fire his vibrantly decorated pots
Sophie Woodrow’s porcelain figures make connections between humans and the natural world. She shares her thoughts and influences with Annie Le Santo
Sebastian Blackie reviews 'Magdalene Odundo at Cambridge', a personally curated exhibition that reveals the city’s influence on her ceramics career