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


Ceramic Review Issue 298

July/August 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 228

Nov / Dec 2007

Contents...
preview:
Slavery Today

200 Years: Slavery Now at the Bluecoat Display Centre Two, Liverpool

education:
Ways of Learning

Claudia Clare explores the various ways to study ceramics

student/survey:
Ceramics at Art School 2007

Ceramic Review's annual survey of UK ceramic schools

opening doors:
Beginning at the Beginning

Stephen Plumstead discusses setting up his first studio

education:
East/West

Mayumi Yashiro discusses the development of her tea vessels

education:
A Square World

Bas Kools attempts to make the world less square

education:
Why Make

Maria Wojdat identifies her reasons for making

education:
Taking Time to Learn

Deana Lee learns first-hand from established makers

potter:
Creative Journeys

Neil Tregear talks about his passion for sailing and working with clay

celebration:
A Time to Think

As the CPA turns fifty, Helen Bevis reports on the past, present and future

international:
Chromatic Variations

French ceramist Martine Damas uses colour to define her forms

international:
Active Tranquility

Diane Creber admires Bill Boyd's crystalline glazed bottles

potter:
Sustainable Use

Prue Venables discovers how recycling is utilised in Japanese ceramic industry

groundings:
Decorating with Glaze
potter's day:
A Potter's Day

Svend Bayer gives an insight into a typical working day

off centre:
Off-Centre

Clive Hoare responds to the craft critique debate