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Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 216

Nov / Dec 2005

Contents...
preview:
Three Part Performance

A trio of exhibitions in Yorkshire chronicles ceramic history

potter:
Right Angles
- Sally Boyle

Sally Boyle gets a lesson in linear Progression from Loretta Braganza

potter:
The Mundane and Extraordinary
- Julian Stair

Julian Stair admires Rob Barnard's east-west aesthetic

workshop:
Keeping the Fires Burning
- Emma Maiden

Emma Maiden revisits the Bristol gallery collective, Blaze

potter:
Intimate Immensity
- Jo Dahn

Jo Dahn captures the vivid activities of ‘wild man' Simon Carroll in St MErryn

potter:
The Spirit of the City
- Brinda Gill

Abhay Pandit's cityscape forms and diurnal colours delight Brinda Gill

survey:
Ceramics at Art School 2005

Ceramic Review's annual survey of work from the UK's art students

potter:
Making it After College
- Lucy Rogers

Lucy Rogers outlines her husband David Roger's success since graduation

focus:
Dinner Party Politics
- Kochevet Bendavid

Handmade tableware is still relevant today, argues Kochevet Bendavid

international:
Down Mexico Way
- Carol Ventura

Carol Ventura Seeks out the enterprising potter, Francisco Salgado Vasquez

potter:
Transformations
- Peter Meanley

Peter Meanley describes his preoccupation with unusual teapot design

potter:
The Hand Factory
- Simon Olding

Simon Olding admires Russell Collins's synthesis of craft and industry at Hook Norton Pottery

international:
Contrasting Ceramics in Jordan
- Peter Lewis

Peter Lewis compares the styles of Hazem Al Zubi and Mahmud Taha

education:
Don't Make Pottery History
- Brigitte Soltau

Brigitte Soltau defends the value of ceramics in adult education

workshop:
Lessons from a Master
- Deiniol Williams

Deinol Williams joins Matsuzaki Ken for a firing workshop

technical:
Understanding Pyrometers
- Steve Mills

Steve Mills explains the technology and the options

potter's day:
A Potter's Day
- Ashraf Hanna

Ashraf Hanna in Wales

revelations:
Revelations
- Lesley Jackson

Lesley Jackson answers Ceramic Review's 20 questions