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


Ceramic Review Issue 296

March/April 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 192

Nov / Dec 2001

Contents...
preview:
In Detail: Chelsea 2001

A closer look at decorative ceramics

profile:
Making it Work
- Amanda Fielding

Nicholas Rena's architectural forms

focus:
Cardew- The Early Years
- Emmanuel Cooper

An apprenticeship with Bernard Leach

focus:
Michael Cardew in Africa
- Michael O'Brien

An appreciative assessment

focus:
Michael Cardew at Wenford
- Seth Cardew

A continuing tradition

survey:
Art School 2001

A pictorial survey of graduate work

international:
A Potter's Vision
- Somluk Pantiboon

Local materials inspire a potter in Thailand

comment:
Getting it Right
- Charles Bound

Thoughts on just criticism

heritage:
Ancient Japan

Inspirational sculptures dating from 3,500 BC

reputations:
Shaping the Field
- John Pagliaro

Garth Clark, gallery owner, writer and critic

opinion:
Style Matters
- Gareth Mason

A plea for pots to stand their ground

marketing:
Selling Yourself
- Brigid Howarth

The first in a three-part series

promotion:
Show Off

Make a name for yourself

potter:
Pots with a Purpose
- Josie Walter

The wholesome qualities of Hafod Hill Pottery

glazes:
Crater Glazes
- Kate Bartle

Silicon carbide's amazing properties

technical:
Measuring Kiln Temperature
- G K Stephens

Cones, thermocouples and micro electronics

a potter's day:
Elizabeth Monk
- Elizabeth Monk

An apprentice's day at Whichford Pottery

revelations:
Christopher Wilk

Curator of the New British Galleries at the V&A