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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 236

Mar / Apr 2009

Contents...
preview:
New Directions

Dreams Made Manifest' at the Crafts Study Centre, Farnham

potter:
Tilted and Skewed
- Bonnie Kemske

Bonnie Kemske is mesmerised by Robert Dawson's printed tile installations

focus:
Museum in Motion
- Monika Gass

Monika Gass reveals the expansion project at Keramikmuseum Westerwald

commission:
Artist and Industry
- Chris Keenan

Chris Keenan gives an inside view of working with mass production

potter:
Balancing Act
- Amanda Fielding

Amanda Fielding explores Japanese ceramist Kaori Tatebayashi's practice

potter:
Imaginary Worlds
- Penny Green

Penny Green's fantasy figures explore the fragility and vulnerability of our world

biennale:
Performance, Expression, Provocation
- Helen Bevis

Helen Bevis reports on the International Biennale of Contemporary Ceramics

collecting:
‘The Pots Buy Me'
- Sarah James

Sarah James meets Christine Halstead, a ceramics collector for over thirty years

education:
Colour in Practice
- Liz Collinson

Liz Collinson explores colour in ceramics through the eyes of painters

international:
Contemplative Calm
- Brinda Gill

Brinda Gill remembers the Indian potter Indru Bhatia

report:
Cultural Exchange
- Gareth Mason

Gareth Mason reports on the ISCAEE ceramics symposium in Nairobi, Kenya

groundings:
Egyptian Paste
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey investigates the qualities of this self-glazing body

technical:
Just Scratching the Surface
- Fred Gatley

Fred Gatley reveals his ceramic polishing technique

new technology:
Fibreclay
- Piet Reijnen

Piet Reijnen adds small amounts of fine synthetic fibre to clay bodies

potter's day:
A Potter's Practice
- Matthew Chambers

Matthew Chambers explains how he has found his ideal working space at Jubilee Studios on the Isle of Wight

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Emmanuel Cooper

Emmanuel Cooper applauds the move to encourage apprenticeships as a way of learning craft and business skills