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Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.


Ceramic Review Issue 298

July/August 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 170

Mar / Apr 1989

Contents...
marketing:
Telling Tales

Paula Rego's decorated tiles at the Tate

potter:
Captured Spaces
- Gareth Mason

A creative residency

focus:
Under the Skin
- Amanda Fielding

A survey of women modeling women

living tradition:
Notes from the Blue Pottery
- Daniel Allen

An international exchange

reputations:
The Invisible Thread
- Anatol Orient

Oliver Watson, the Victoria & Albert Museum

perspective:
The Magnetism of Function
- Terry Bell-Hughes

A personal view of a career in pottery

profile:
Private Conversations
- Betty Blandino

The handbuilt vessels of Magadalene Odundo

workshop/glaze:
Learning to Crawl
- Rick Rudd

The mystique of crawled glazes

workshop/kiln:
Tailor-made
- Paul Stubbs

A wood-fired salt kiln

education:
Emerging Model
- Penny Jones

Ceramics and the curriculum

education:
A Potter's Day
- Roger Law

Roger Law's work with clay

education:
Revelations
- Alison Britton

Alison Britton answers Ceramic Review's Twenty Questions