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


Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 242

Mar / Apr 2010

Contents...
preview:
Continuous

Brazilian artist Anna Maria Maiolilno creates a site-specific installation

potter:
Making It Happen
- Jasmin Rowlandson

Jasmin Rowlandson reveals how a recent move to Suffolk has inspired her work

workshop:
Potters and their Potteries
- David Whiting

David Whiting offers a personal insight into the workplaces of well-known potters

potter:
Cool Metropolitanism
- Ian Collins

Ian Collins discovers how Kate Scott's tin-glazed tableware has an urban edge

potter:
Organised Chaos
- Nicolette Loizou

Nicolette Loizou explores Japanese-born Ikuko Iwamoto's porcelain forms

international:
Mirror and Partner
- Nesrin During

Nesring Durning investigates Rebecca Maeder's smoke-fired outdoor sculpture

travel:
Taking Up
- Rebecca Yeo

Rebecca Yeo meets Peruvian potters and observes their smoke firing techniques

perspective:
The Medium, the Message
- Orly Nezar

Orly Nezer explains how Israeli ceramists are addressing tough political issues

clay:
Layering, Stretching and Colouring
- Jo Connell

Jo Connell offers alternatives to glazing

groundings:
crystalline glazes
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey reports on recent experiments

potters day:
A Potter's Day
- Catherine Boyne-Whitelegg

A day in the life of part-time potter Catherine Boyne-Whitelegg

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Jim Hamlyn

Jim Hamlyn argues that in the care of a sensitive teacher, creativity can be taught