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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 226

Jul / Aug 2007

Contents...
preview:
Crafting Beauty

The British Museum presents ‘Crafting Beauty in Modern Japan'

potter:
Industry, Design and Studio Ceramics

Working collaboratively with industry

potter:
Problems, Opportunities

Doug Fitch discusses his traditional wood-fired slipware

focus:
Creative Collaborations
- Robert James Turner

Robert James Turner discovers that industry and ceramists have become firm friends

international:
The Best China

Working in the porcelain city of Jingdezhen

potter:
Caressing Light

Translucent porcelain vessels

potter:
Fire[ing[ Clay

Allison Weightman raises awareness by shooting her work

student/profile:
Moving Forward

Jo Davies anticipates the future after graduating from the Royal College of Art

heritage:
Cameroon Craft

Carol Ventura is impressed by the skill of the Bamoun potters of Foumban

education:
A Potter who can Teach

Gary Cornford reports on a first class ceramics department

glaze:
Field Bean and Pea Ash

Eric James Mellon produces ash glazes from arable crop waste

technical:
Extruding Sense

Ray Auker builds a powered clay extruder

groundings:
Applying Glaze

Mike Bailey offers a guide to applying glaze

potter's day:
A Potter's Wheel

Linda Bloomfield talks about her pre-occupation with throwing

off centre:
Opinion

Emmanuel Cooper suggests that craft requires more written critique