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


Ceramic Review Issue 300

November/December 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 225

May / Jun 2007

Contents...
preview:
Fifty Years On

Aberystwyth Arts Centre presents ‘The Pot, the Vessel, the Object'

review feature:
Dining in, dining out
- Jo Dahn

Judy Chicago's ‘Dinner Party'

focus:
The Beauty of Imperfection
- Bonnie Kemske

The Japanese Tea Ceremony

potter:
The only thing I can think about is yellow'

Minimal forms that are both utilitarian and sculptural

potter:
More is Better
- Peter Lane

Rococo style footwear

focus:
Looking in the Opposite Direction
- Edmund de Waal

The West's response to Japanese crafts

potter:
Concealing & Revealing
- Sylvia Hyman

Sylvia Hyman discusses her tromp l'oeil sculture

potter:
Rescript
- Edmund de Waal

Edmund de Waal admires Marit Tingleff's vast dishes

student/profile:
Clay Times
- Annie Flitcroft

Three Chichester fine art students reveal their ceramic explorations

focus:
Remember take off toilet slippers and don't leave chopsticks in bowl'
- Rebecca Harvey

Rebecca Harvey is captivated by her visit to Japan

potter:
Don't Look Now
- Antonia Salmon

Antonia Salmon discusses what inspires her quiet forms

heritage:
Guardians of the Village
- Padma Rajagopal

Padma Rajogopal discovers the Ayyanar shrines

potter:
The Teabowl and the Blues
- John Mathieson

John Mathieson demonstrates teabowl making

glazes:
Making Glazes

Mike Bailey gives comprehensive advice on glaze making

kilns:
Production Line Raku
- Andrew Matheson

Andrew Matheson finds Joe Finch's raku kiln both spectacular and efficient

potter's day:
A Potter's Pond
- Geraldine Hughes

Geraldine Hughes makes posts from Coldwell pond clay

opinion:
Off-Centre
- Claudia Clare

Claudia Clare argues that ‘issue-based' need to do more than call on easy stereotypes to probe the seamier side of society