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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 229

Jan / Feb 2008

Contents...
preview:
Poet of Residue

Neil Brownsword at Galerie Besson, London

potter:
Cool, Calm and Confident
- Harriet Smith

Harriet Smith admires Andrea Walsh's shimmering vessels

collaborations:
Joining Forces
- Simon Olding

Dartington and Grayshott potteries

installation:
Ceramics and Installation
- Emma Shaw

Emma Shaw gives an insight into the world of installation art

installation:
Off the Ground

Julian Belmonte ventures outside of the commercial gallery and into the garden

installation:
High Tension

Keith Harrison reports on his ambitious installations at the V&A, London

installation:
On the Cusp

Claire Twomey gives an insight into her practice

potter:
Big Ware

Tony Hall makes gigantic terracotta pots at his pottery in Herefordshire

student/survey:
Setting Out

New graduate work to be exhibited by the CPA

international:
Ceramica Brasileira
- Jane Reynolds

Jane Reynolds traces Valeria Nascimento's artistic journey from architect to potter

opening doors:
Turning the Tide

Shirley Uytenhaak reveals her experience as a mature student studying ceramics

education:
Learning and Sharing

Matt Sherratt reports on working with children and their male carers

kilns:
Kiln Care

Geoff Kenward gives a personal response to caring and maintaining electric kilns

glaze:
Simple Glaze Tests

Mike Bailey outlines various methods of devising glazes

potter's day:
A Potter's Life is Terribly Hard

Jean Cairns reports on the ups and downs of being a potter

off centre:
Wood-fired Aesthetics

Adam Welch questions the assumptions that inform wood-fired aesthetics