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Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 194

Mar / Apr 2002

Contents...
preview:
Thirteen Hands

Schoolchildren curate a touring show in Scotland

perspective:
Modern Things
- Edmund de Waal

Lucie Rie in Vienna

reputations:
Friend of the Earth
- David Briers

Profile of the late WA Ismay

potter:
Form and Decoration
- Victoria Eden

David Miller's colourful earthenware

potter:
Chun Liao
- Amanda Fielding

Oriental sensitivities and minimal form combine

potter:
Weldon Creamware

Peter Weldon's classical recreations

international:
On a Grand Scale
- Wilma Cruise

Monumental pots from South African potter Digby Hoets

marketing:
Expanding Horizons
- Brigid Howarth

Concluding our series on marketing for makers

international:
Albisola
- Antonia Carver

An Italian festival of clay

education:
Playing with Pattern
- Morgen Hall

A productive school residency

perspective:
Partners in Clay
- Simon Wright, Lizzie Jewett

Picasso-inspired figures

living tradition:
Clay in Morocco
- Judith Fisher

From architecture to tableware

glaze workshop:
Cool, Calm and Collected
- Emmanuel Cooper

Celadon blue glazes explored

technical:
Computers and Creativity
- Justin Marshall

Is CAD a useful tool for studio potters?

a potter's day:
Belinda Swingler
- Belinda Swingler

A potter in Belgium

revelations:
Henry Sandon

A familiar face on Antiques Roadshow talks to CR