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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 227

Sep / Oct 2007

Contents...
preview:
A Sense of Place

Scissors Paper Stone' at the City Art Gallery, Edinburgh

graduate:
A Year Well Spent

Recent graduate Matt Smith establishes his first studio space in Brighton

preview:
On Guard

Nigel Wood anticipates the opening of China's Terracotta Army at the British Museum

going green:
Planet Earth

Sandy Brown discusses going green

going green:
Why Burn Paperclay?

The environmental benefits of working with paperclay

going green:
Sing the Body Electric

Electric kiln firing to cone 6

going green:
Global Warming

Steve Harrison explains how his family have reduced their carbon footprint

going green:
Once is Enough

Murray Cheesman argues the case for single firing

going green:
The Solar Furnace

Emmanuel Boos reports on the development of a solar-powered kiln

potter:
Subverting Form
- Amanda Fielding

Amanda Fielding admires Carina Ciscato's crisp, modernist forms

heritage:
Facing Tradition
- Renee Brown

Historic American face mugs

potter:
Great Expectations
- Love Jonsson

Love Jonsson comments on the evolving work of Gitte Jungersen

potter:
Coolly Spare with Flashes of Colour
- Tim Farrington

Tim Farrington traces the career of Marisa Arna

theory:
Brain Power
- Roger Price

The ‘right brain, left brain' quiz for potters

technical:
Understanding Casting Slips
- Oelof Heckroodt

Oelof Heckroodt explains the practice and theory of casting slips

kilns:
Your First Kiln

Geoff Kenward looks at the ifs and buts of buying your first electric kiln

groundings:
Energy Saving with Cone 6

Mike Bailey outlines how glazes can be made to work effectively at cone 6

potter's day:
A Potter's Heritage

Lowri Davies explains how Welsh heritage influences her work

off centre:
Off-Centre

Tanya Harrod argues that recycling is only one way of ‘going green'